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Hey did you guys catch the Business section of The Vancouver Sun this morning? Trev Deeley died yesterday at the age of 82. That's too bad, that guy is a legend. I guess he's a very important individual to Harley people...but he was also the first person to introduce Japanese motorcycles to the English speaking world (according to the paper) so we have him to thank for that. Member of the AMA Hall of Fame and the BC Sports Hall of Fame. Quite an accomplished individual.
 

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R.I.P., dude. Trev was Harley before the attitude, and he deserves a little respect. I wonder if there will be a lot of bikes following his hearse? I'll be there for sure.
 

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Haven't heard anything about a funeral procession yet, but I'll be monitoring the BCCOM website. They'll have the details.
 

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rest in peace trev deeley. To show my respect, I will test drive the snot out of one of your motorcycles at the demo tomorrow.

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RIP Trev.

I went down to the demo days at Trev Deeley's and I didn't see any memorial or mention of it there at all. When did he die?
 

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RIP Trev.

I went down to the demo days at Trev Deeley's and I didn't see any memorial or mention of it there at all. When did he die?
I think Friday, the day before the demos at Trev Deeley HD.
 

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I think I'll show. That is my first weekend of freedom! (from studying)
 
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