On 25/06/2014 sbm wrote:
>In other news, I got my P2 motorcycle license yesterday. Automatic transmission
>restriction gone, I can now ride a real motorcycle as my mate would say,
>I already sold the scooter.
Great news sbm! I am pleased for you.
You might also be aware of the following good news...
Re 'other news':
I notice on another thread that technogeekery is changing bikes...
> KTM SM950 is for sale, as Iím after an adventure bike for more dirt-oriented use. I bought it new in 2008, and have enjoyed 6 years of trouble free, fun riding.
>Nothing to be done to her, 7 months rego, just buy & ride off into the sunset.
I reckon a change of tyres would likely meet your new need unless you have goat-tracks in mind.
As testimony, I have not long back fitted full knobbies, and have recently been enjoying local snow covered red clay tracks. My bike is possibly heavier than yours due fit-out, but is basically the same machine...
Re your comment of 'productive life' in that link, I disagree, and there are other posts on that website attesting to 100,000+ km bikes of identical pedigree efffectively being "just run in" ...
Came across a golden-oldie ...
(Not sure it is favourable to Honda riders these days? ... ~> especially seeing how Marc Marquez is blitzing the MotoGP scene at the moment!)
Bear with me, I will get the code correct sooner or later...
(Three rubbish attempts at posting a vid link deleted here.)
Post edit re ajf post under the floorboards;
Yep, that is the one.
Thanks ajfclark, I shall be studying how you did that closely!
Re the vid;
I reckon that even simey would appreciate the footie style 'don't argue' moves (a nice backhander or two at 30 secs), the blond dancer-woman pulls on the pseudo-drummer...
On 15/07/2014 Capt_mulch wrote:
>Hmmm, how about Honda DRIVERS? - scored a great second hand CRV that is
>doing us just fine - it's even got a camping table built into the boot!!
What about them? They are cages aren't they?
~> You need to start your own thread if you want an excuse to froth about 'mokaCARS'...
Heh, heh, heh.
~> I may be up your way come Sept.
~> ~> Save an aid climb for me!