Gregory wrote:I would love to see yours and Matts cruisers on the river bike path! Count me in when you finish the new bike. That will motivate me to finish my new bike.
voicecoils wrote:I'd encourage anyone interested in meeting other EV fans and builders in real life to join your local Australian Electric Vehicle Association branch:
AussieJester wrote:Agreed i joined up there a few weeks back after stumbling upon the site couldnt believe how many West Aussies were there and they have regular meetings too! Seems to be predominantly Car and motorcycle owners there atm...
How long you been in OZ for Voicecoils and how much longer you staying for ? Enjoying your stay i hope?
voicecoils wrote:I've been Sydney over 6 yrs now. I came over to do uni here, time goes by fast! I'm in visa limbo at the moment now that my course is over. I'll have a better idea how long I'll be able to stay in a few months!
spike wrote:Also not an Aussie (yet), but been in Perth for over two years now.
AussieJester wrote:Have you thought of moving here permanent? Being here 6 years you must be starting to get an Aussie accent too hahaha..Is your Girlfriend an Aussie girl or from back home?
Charging my credit card a few thou was the first step in the application I know what you mean.Getting residency here isn't an easy or cheap affair if your not a refugee...My ex-wife was from The Netherlands and it took a good 18 months to get her residency and we were married! Its around a grand just to apply this is non-refundable if your application is unsuccessful too ...
Best of luck which ever you decide anywayz Voicecoils, if you make it back to WA be sure to get in contact can catch up for a chat.KiM
AussieJester wrote:spike wrote:Also not an Aussie (yet), but been in Perth for over two years now.
Can we count you in on a group ride sometime in the near future then spike? What suburb are from Mate? Up in Lesmurdie myself...(hills...Kalamunda Shire)
1000w wrote:Hi there all,
I have the Cyclone powered cruiser and I am looking at a hub motor build using a mountain bike.
Yep, PR is what's in the works. I don't think I've got an Aussie accent but friends and family in the States now think I "talk funny" . Yep, Aussie GF, we've been together for close to 4 yrs now.
spike wrote:I should be able to get off the leash for a group ride. I live in Wembley Downs (work in Subi) but could come over to the hills if that's where it's at. Still got my northern pommie accent though so you might need an interpreter
p.s If anyone else has other suggestions please suggest away mine was just that a suggestion nothing set in stone...
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