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- 22 Mar 2020, 09:06
- Forum: Bike Chat
- Topic: Fancy a ride out this year? Where are you?
- Replies: 31
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Sorry dude, the covid pandemic has put things back a bit, I won't be out for a few weeks at least Hope you have a nice spin Probably lost my job mate because of all this nonsense but fk all this shit, it's literally nothing to worry about health wise. I would be worried if it was called ebola etc b...
Had a great one a couple of weeks back in France. I was in a hire car having an evening drive up Mont Ventoux in Provence, I came round a left hand hairpin and onto the straight, there was a fairly gentle right hand bend ahead and a biker came round over the centre of the road, headed straight for m...
I agree but in part for different reasons, I completely agree about the egotistical "I've got blue lights brigade". My main issue is having an emergency service completely dependent on volunteers, if the idea behind the scheme is to remove an extra duty from police and ambulance there has to be some...
I still stick my nose in here occasionally but worsening arthritis in my hands means the bikes have had to go. When auto gearboxes are good and appear on the right bikes, I'll do a reappraisal.
Having a clearout, all open to offer but don't take the piss. Kriega US30, hardly used £80 Dainese back protector, metal honeycomb one £50 Optimate 3, used but very good, includes the bike adaptor £30 RST leather jacket excellent nick I think it's a 44, I'm between size L and XL to get an idea £60 R...
- 23 Feb 2018, 18:49
- Forum: Bike Chat
- Topic: Favourite Bike Features (Cosmetically)
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3475
Pretty much this, I'm a terrible push bike steel frame geek and tubular trellis frames look amazing, I hope somewhere they'll always be made, it's encouraging that Kawasaki have them on a new state of the art bike. A bit of a weird one but the fork ends/Spindles on the RC30 are gorgeous, mechanical...