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Bert's bike fest

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I'm a noob from socal and was wondering if anyone went to the bike fest last weekend?

was it any good?



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I see this same post online on other forums..same wording and same member:

Bert's bike fest - Kawasaki Motorcycle Forums

bert's bike fest - Motorcycle Forums at Motorcycle Cruiser Magazine

Bert's bike fest - Motorcycle-Journal Forums

Bert's bike fest - ninjette.org

Bert's bike fest - Star Motorcycle Forums: Star Raider, V-Max, V-Star, Road-Star Forum

Bert's bike fest - Kawasaki ATV Forum

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Bert's Bike Fest

Bert's bike fest : Kawasaki ZX Forums: Kawasaki Ninja Forum

(Just Google berts bike fest)

I did however find an image of the event:


Thread should be removed if not replied to as it looks like spam to me, to advertise a dealership or somoething..the website in the add is invalid also.

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