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Old 12-11-2011, 06:46 AM   #1
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How many 2012 MotoGP 50th Anniversary R1s are there?

Want to know what number of 2000 members have,mine is #0145 of 2000.I live near Philly,but bought in West Va. Please post up your numbers here,and base price you paid ,I got mine for $12,995 before extended warranty and tax and tags.And where you live to get an idea of how spread out they all are,Thanks. Kurt J.




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Old 01-12-2012, 11:54 PM   #2
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Hey Kurt. Congrats on your new bike!! Post pics.

Good initiative. I ordered one, got one unit assigned from Dutch Rec Vehicles upstate New York and will get it in a month. Will post pictures and give you info on bike #.

We have very similar style and favorites!

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Old 02-21-2012, 07:07 PM   #3
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i have number 949 in Northern Va. i just joined this forum today, i'll get some pics up soon.. ive alredy got some levers, flushmounts, wind screen, fender eliminator, MGP exhaust on order, magic blinkers coming.... im sure there is more... i spent a ton of money on parts the day after i bought it.
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Old 02-29-2012, 03:49 AM   #4
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How many 2012 MotoGP 50th Anniversary R1s are there?

Just wondering how many bikes are in each country. I have been told there are 20 in Australia but this seams a bit low so I was wanting to see if anyone knew what the allocation is for each country.

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Old 02-29-2012, 08:45 AM   #5
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Well 2000 are made worldwide, I think the US has 700 of them (not sure). Europe has to have a good chunck; but yeah I think 20 is kind of low for a big and rich country like Australia.
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:50 AM   #6
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I thought the US only got 500 of them.. I'm looking at one across the showroom right now.
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:53 AM   #7
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Well 2000 are made worldwide, I think the US has 700 of them (not sure). Europe has to have a good chunck; but yeah I think 20 is kind of low for a big and rich country like Australia.
big? there's only 20 mill' of us, give or take.
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750 for the U.S.A. (1 for me) I'd imagine at least 1,000 for Europe,with 250 left for the rest of the World,so 50 to 75 for our Australian friends.
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Old 02-29-2012, 01:22 PM   #10
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big? there's only 20 mill' of us, give or take.
Big country... Small population. Most are along the southern coast with Sydney, Melbourne, and Victoria Right?
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Australia has 127 dealers listed on their Yamaha webpage. One dealership in Melbourne city has 2 on the floor and I bought one from a rural dealer as did a mate of mine. The dealers are tellin people there are only 20 coming to Australia but I would be thinking as a minimum there would be one per dealer taking into account some of the rural dealers won't sell any. I was wondering if anyone is interested in doing some sort of database to follow what Yamaha are doing. I could plot on a Google map the city and bike number. My one is number 160.
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Old 02-29-2012, 03:58 PM   #12
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Big country... Small population. Most are along the southern coast with Sydney, Melbourne, and Victoria Right?
the whole east coast is livable, but yeah melbourne and sydney are the biggest. (victoria and new south wales).
the whole coastline has people but the interior of this continent is some of the driest desert on the planet.
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the whole east coast is livable, but yeah melbourne and sydney are the biggest. (victoria and new south wales).
the whole coastline has people but the interior of this continent is some of the driest desert on the planet.
Yeah, I checked the map. It's I saw blips along the shore line starting around mid-south and up along the northeast coast. Pretty crazy how you have all that land, but only a small portion desirable. Cracks me up how people want to go visit there. That country has more shit that can kill you then anywhere else.
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Australia has 127 dealers listed on their Yamaha webpage. One dealership in Melbourne city has 2 on the floor and I bought one from a rural dealer as did a mate of mine. The dealers are tellin people there are only 20 coming to Australia but I would be thinking as a minimum there would be one per dealer taking into account some of the rural dealers won't sell any. I was wondering if anyone is interested in doing some sort of database to follow what Yamaha are doing. I could plot on a Google map the city and bike number. My one is number 160.
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Yeah, I checked the map. It's I saw blips along the shore line starting around mid-south and up along the northeast coast. Pretty crazy how you have all that land, but only a small portion desirable. Cracks me up how people want to go visit there. That country has more shit that can kill you then anywhere else.
yep. we have some nasty buggers here!
drop bears are the worst!
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yep. we have some nasty buggers here!
drop bears are the worst!
How are they around the major cities?

Drop Bears lol

A drop bear (or dropbear) is a fictitious Australian marsupial.[1] Drop bears are commonly said to be unusually large, vicious, carnivorous koalas that inhabit treetops and attack their prey by dropping onto their heads from above.[2] They are an example of local lore intended to frighten and confuse outsiders and amuse locals, similar to the jackalope, hoop snake, wild haggis, or snipe hunt.
It is often suggested that doing ridiculous things like having forks in the hair or Vegemite or toothpaste spread behind the ears will deter the creatures.[3]
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Drop Bears lol

A drop bear (or dropbear) is a fictitious Australian marsupial.[1] Drop bears are commonly said to be unusually large, vicious, carnivorous koalas that inhabit treetops and attack their prey by dropping onto their heads from above.[2] They are an example of local lore intended to frighten and confuse outsiders and amuse locals, similar to the jackalope, hoop snake, wild haggis, or snipe hunt.
It is often suggested that doing ridiculous things like having forks in the hair or Vegemite or toothpaste spread behind the ears will deter the creatures.[3]
the nasty spiders: funnelweb and redback for example LIVE in our cities!
well the suburban parts that aren't concrete anyway.
some snakes: tiger and brown live there too.


i thought you'd like the drop-bear thing.
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Just a tip for any visitors, just smear vegimite behind your ears and under your eyes and you will not be attacked by any wild creature.
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