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    Nice one Adam, my it's as old as my daughter - argh, don't tell I said that....


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    im in the middle of taking my test so i can also become a biker.....should be fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by airconadam
    hi fellas theres mine its a 1976 honda xl 125...
    Those were good bikes. I had a 1974 XL250 I rode everywhere and some places I should not have (straight up, straight down, ditches, trees, rocks,... you get the picture )
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    hey us ice man i think they were all very similar arnt they wel iam due to sell this at the moment and change so if anyone is interested just let me know ihave alot of detail about this bike but let me know thanks alot

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    o yer us ice man and they climb anything as you say tress rocks etc there great adam

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    I saw a bike thread, and I couldn't stay away. Here is a pic of my RC-51.



    I put a lot of mods into it, use to race it, but now it is just for the street. To expensive to have track days.

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    Trouble is, we can't see the bike
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    Is that you can't see the pic? thumbnail? or that I can't bring it over for a play date?

    Or is it that I am fat...lol.

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    NO, can see the photo without problem, I'm not sure about the routing of the exhaust pipe though
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    The only excuse I have is it looked good on paper.

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    Ducati M-900, dubbed Il Monstro (Monster) by the Italians.
    I wanted a 914 when I bought the Monster, but I just couldn't pony up the extra money for the 914.

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    you have excellent taste in bikes, awesome machine and on the twisties there aint much that will get away from you. Is yours the fuel injected one or carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    Aldematt
    you have excellent taste in bikes, awesome machine and on the twisties there aint much that will get away from you. Is yours the fuel injected one or carbs.

    Ian
    Thanks Pooh. Mine has the dual Mikuni 38mm carbuerators.
    It's a 1994, so it's been around a while.
    I've had three normal maintenance valve adjustments on her and her top speed is only about 130, but you're absolutely correct, she's a beast in the curves.

    I've owned the Japanese made motorcycles and they are nice, but my Ducati weighs 404 lbs. (dry weight) and my Aerostich kneepads have seen their share of scrapes when I was a younger lad.
    My wife won't let me drive like that now.

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    Mine wont so I do not tell her, but she has a 620 Monster of her own so she does know what they go like. My Monster is a M900ie which is off the road at present due to some slight modifications I am making
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    nice ihave just bought a 2006 honda cbf 600 but gota have a restricted to 33bhp but its all a learning curve any one intersted in this take a look thanks alot fellas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    Mine wont so I do not tell her, but she has a 620 Monster of her own so she does know what they go like. My Monster is a M900ie which is off the road at present due to some slight modifications I am making.

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    Very nice bike Ian! I love the custom tail exhaust and the carbon fiber accents around the seating.
    Sweet color scheme too.
    I'm going to see if I can dig up some photos of my Monster to post.

    Very cool bike indeed.

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    Alde
    the whole back end is from a 999 as is the forks wheels etc, a work in progress but will be done early next year.

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    I had a gsxr- had to sell it tho!!!

    God how i miss it.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
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    the whole back end is from a 999 as is the forks wheels etc, a work in progress but will be done early next year.

    Ian
    I thought so.
    I remember the old 888's had that same look in the rear. Those trellis type alloy frames are unmistakable Ducati. Very nice.
    I like the 'tricked out' effect you've given the Monster.
    Good luck with it.
    Post some pictures of your progress and the completed project, if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris96 View Post
    I had a gsxr- had to sell it tho!!!

    God how i miss it.........

    Chris
    I used to ride with a GSXR owner.
    I could give him all he wanted from 0-90 and after that, I could do nothing but choke on his exhaust.
    Very fast.

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    06 R1 racebike, has more than enough Ohlins, etc get anyone excited!!

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    Ride 07 R1 absolute perfect for myself as were the previous 3 R1`s Ive had . I Tried the blade and the gsxr but found the R1 better each time

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    I have a 2006 Suzuki C90T motorcycle fully dressed loaded with custom accessories, and drag pipes.

    I can honestly say i have ever ridden as my only source of transportation. as per some of the posts i have seen in here. ALL Leisure Riding here.

    So i guess this may make me sad mate but i certainly wouldnt change it for anything.

    I am thinking of buying a Suzuki Hyabusa or Yamaha R1 for some crazy riding, but have not yet got the old lady commited to my thoughts on this sensitive subject



    Keep on riding dudes

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    Got a couple of bikes although never really been much of a race bike fan. Rallies were better.

    Main bike at the moment is honda CB 11X but its a bit duff in the winter so I`m trying to get my KLR 650 back on the road ( short of plastics and rear shock if anybody has some lying about ).

    Any body into chops ? ( not lamb or pork )

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    Hello i also got an r1 mines an early 1 year 2000 the mad 1

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    Hi all
    1979 Triumph T140 Bonneville Custom, always in a constant state of rebuild/modification. Its last incarnation was around 77bhp/150kgs wet weight, which though good for a bike pushing 30years is cold comfort when an R6 passes me and nearly sucks me out of my boots !

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    Two Harleys - a 1963 Duoglide ( Panhead ) that i've owned for nearly 20 years and a 1998 Sportster 1200cc that i bought last July cause the Pan was playing up and the wife was fed up of me sulking without a bike that worked.

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    OK guys, like someone else said right at the beginning of this very long thread “bikes aren’t really my thing”. However, I have owned and ridden the following:

    • NSU Quickley moped when I was a kid (remember them? – death traps)
    • BSA 250cc Tiger Cub (used to get through more oil than petrol – another death trap).
    Basically I've been in 4 wheels since I was 17 - far better for attracting members of the opposite sex - and having it!!Anyway I digress. Whilst on a holiday in Canada last year my son & I spotted a chopper in Unionville (nr Markham) that looked remarkably like the the Indian Larry tribute bike that we had seen built one of the Discovery Channel programmes. The attached pictures are of the bike as we saw it and one of a TV screen shot of the real thing. On the day the some of the bye standers claimed it wasn’t the “real McCoy”. We begged to differ and a heated argument took place. What to you guys reckon? No doubt the USA/Canadian members will have a better view on this one. Appologies for the porr quality mobile phone photos.
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    Greengrocer
    sorry to correct you but you either had a Triumph 250 Tiger Cub or a BSA C15 250 the engine was the same but with some slight frame mods. I have a 1960 BSA C15 in the garage but unfortunately it got submerged in the floods last year and I have not had chance to get it back on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    Greengrocer
    sorry to correct you but you either had a Triumph 250 Tiger Cub or a BSA C15 250 the engine was the same but with some slight frame mods. I have a 1960 BSA C15 in the garage but unfortunately it got submerged in the floods last year and I have not had chance to get it back on the road.

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    Hi Pooh/Ian. As I said in my original post "I don't do bikes" so I bow to your superior knowledge. We are talking some 38 years ago so the old grey cells are struggling to recall the details. I think it must have been a Triumph since I do remember it as a Tiger Cub & not as a C15 250. Either way if it had the same engine it must have leaked oil the same which ever version. I can recall riding it Willesden tech on my day / evening release days and returning to a puddle of oil under the machine which was leaking from the crankcase oil feed to the external push rods? (am I correct in this description?). I seem to remember that the previous owner(s) had bodged a repair on the bolt which had been "araldited" in place due to a stripped thread - hence the leak (no AA checks in those days - It only cost me £17).

    Oh what fun when you only had to pay your mum £5 a week keep and spent the rest on beer, women and an annual holiday away with the lads.

    I take it you are not an expert on American Choppers?
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    Guys,
    Have a look at these bikes, not everyone likes it, but its a special in all ways! It may never beat Hondas, Yamahas, Suzukis or Harley, but it does make you feel different and special, it classic piece.Available in various capacity, max is only 500cc, enough to get the feel!
    And the good thing is that its much cheaper than any grand bikes(Approx $3000 u.s.).do take look at pics!
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    Hi - nothing wrong with an Enfield mate

    Obviously no longer made in the UK - but still a classic

    Although i own 2 Harleys i love old Brit bikes

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    Add me to this list. Dirtbikes are more to my liking but still like road bikes all the same.
    Currently in the shed:
    Yamaha WR426
    Husky CR125 (Sons bike)
    74 Honda XL250 Motosport ( waiting restoration)
    Honda Pilot (US & UK boys will probably know what this is)
    Just need to find time to enjoy them before the body gives out

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank View Post
    Out and about in the big white van today fixing customers A/C left right and centre. Just loved it when the traffic started to get backed up and noticed a "BIKER" coming up between the lanes.
    Nudged the van over and reduced the gap - hey - guess what ? the biker gave me 2 fingers!!!

    Sad gits!!

    (Only joking guys!!)

    (Those London bikers surely do deserve it with their attitudes)
    Bikes are allowed to filter in the UK - You deserved two fingers --- LOL

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    I had better own up and join the list. Pinarello paris for the road. Specialized hardrock for the rough stuff. Ps............ the wife will not let me add a Ps as it involes lycra , ladys and hot sunny days

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    not on american choppers as they are not designed to go round corners or stop when you want them too, I am more for the riders bikes as well as the classics , 1963 Ducati Brisk, 1960 BSA C15, and a 1960 Vespa VNA 125 Scooter, as well as the two Ducati Monsters the boss and I ride all year round.

    I beleive once a biker always a biker no matter what you are riding, it really annoys me that some of the guys I ride with wont acknowledge scooter riders because in their minds they are'nt proper bikers, my question is has it got two wheels and an engine then it is a motorbike.

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    My current ride is ---- nothing.

    Learnt in the army on the old BSA B40, and since than have owned :
    AMF Harley SS175 (trail bike)
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    Suzuki GS425
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    ** The KawaZuki was a one-off I built in the 90's :
    GPz750 unitrak frame, ZX10 wheels with Pirelli Dragon GT tryes, CB1000f four piston brakes on custom Ali hangers, ZX Turbo Bodykit, Suzuki GSX1100f engine, Mikuni RS36 flatslide carbs, Dynojet Stage 1 tuning kit, Hi-Flow air filters.
    Tested on a rolling road : 130bhp, 82lb/ft torque.
    I clocked up 82,000 miles on that bike during the first 2 years of 5 years as a bike courier.

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    I was a Rocker back home. I built two nice Norton Dominator cafe racers-Manx seat, Manx dropped bars etc. Was in the 59 club and travelled to London from Scotland.
    Had a Royal Enfield Continental GT 250 as well.
    A '59 Tiger Cub, a Tiger 100 cafe racer, a '49 BSA Bantam, a Norton Big 4, a Norton 16H, a suzuki gt 350, a Yamaha xs 250 and my last bike was a Yamaha fj1200.

    I love bikes, but haven't had one since coming to the US.
    I really wanted a Norton commando and a Triumph bonneville export but never did get round to getting those.

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    I bought a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa about three years ago, still scares the crap out of me but still love the top speed and acceleration, Within the posted speed limits

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    I just got rid of my Ducati 748sps,Good i miss her...Bloody kids ruin all my fun!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greengrocer View Post
    OK guys, like someone else said right at the beginning of this very long thread “bikes aren’t really my thing”. However, I have owned and ridden the following:

    • NSU Quickley moped when I was a kid (remember them? – death traps)
    • BSA 250cc Tiger Cub (used to get through more oil than petrol – another death trap).

    Basically I've been in 4 wheels since I was 17 - far better for attracting members of the opposite sex - and having it!!Anyway I digress. Whilst on a holiday in Canada last year my son & I spotted a chopper in Unionville (nr Markham) that looked remarkably like the the Indian Larry tribute bike that we had seen built one of the Discovery Channel programmes. The attached pictures are of the bike as we saw it and one of a TV screen shot of the real thing. On the day the some of the bye standers claimed it wasn’t the “real McCoy”. We begged to differ and a heated argument took place. What to you guys reckon? No doubt the USA/Canadian members will have a better view on this one. Appologies for the porr quality mobile phone photos.

    are you sure you took these photos mate? I found this one on the web

    <img src=http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=1&dateline=1296159097 border=0 alt= />

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRASH101 View Post
    never really been much of a race bike fan. Rallies were better.
    Ever done the Farmyard Party ?

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    I have a Husaberg FE450 enduro bike which is designed for off road usgage. This is a great hobby
    as the chances of getting knocked off my bike on the road by car drivers is limited as cars cannot go where my bike can. As I live by Salisbury Plain I have a large area where I can go riding. The great thing about an enduro bike is that you jump 20ft in the air and land without breaking anything on the bike.

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    Ever done the Farmyard Party ?
    First rally I ever went to way back in '92. Haven't been since '06.

    Been nowhere this year so far. How about you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by suctionheader View Post
    This is a great hobby
    as the chances of getting knocked off my bike on the road by car drivers is limited as cars cannot go where my bike can. As I live by Salisbury Plain I have a large area where I can go riding.
    Look out for them landrovers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    Greengrocer
    sorry to correct you but you either had a Triumph 250 Tiger Cub or a BSA C15 250 the engine was the same but with some slight frame mods. I have a 1960 BSA C15 in the garage but unfortunately it got submerged in the floods last year and I have not had chance to get it back on the road.

    Ian
    The T20 tiger cub was a 200 cc. The Cub was bantam not a C15.

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    New 2009 R1 Delivered 1 hour ago , off to have some fun now (back to work)

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    Well, as all in this life i prone to be broken, I try to have things of highest quality. So here it is:
    2002 BMW F650GS Dakar

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    Got my new R1 last July, saw it in the window of a yam dealer in Melton Mowbray in England. Just saw this flash of red and black as I passed by the shop window! Anyway, came back a few hours later and went to the shop - fell in love with the bike - 08 R1 in Haga santander livery. Couldn't keep away...sleepless nights...had to go back and do the deal. Got it on a sat morning and just couldn't keep off it. 4 months later and the paints peeling off the panels that get hot and I'm pissed! Phoned Yam dealer and got it in for a respray!!!!! Brill, business as usual. Guess what...4 months later and the bleedin paints peelin off again. Angry phone calls to the Yam dealer quotin sale of goods act 1972 (ammended) and I get the original panels put back on, with a brand new petrol tank - competion white - fab. Im still waitin for the £800 refund for the non-standard paint job, but I'll get it in the next week or two. Gonna put the money towards a nice hol in Jamaica next year. Motto: the quality of the original Yam panels cannot be beaten, I was unlucky, apparently this rarely happens, but it did, and it caused me untold grief!!! The bike is back to standard, albeit with an R&G tail tidy, a solo rear seat conversion and a pair of Michellin Pilot Power 2CT tyres, and its now the dogs danglies...
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