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    Senior Member TwoFish's Avatar
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    Shuttleworth Snap. No contest.





    Eeeh 'tis grim dahn Sarf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grafix
    I like the mad look and good pillion seat too. However I hate those indicators - BMW persevere with 'em but I will never get on with them.
    Yeah- they do take some getting used to and it's the only thing I don't like about the bike. The rest is great though.
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    GSXR750, but decided I would be better off in Cornwall with a KTM Superduke - still saving...

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    Nothing like Eighty Cubic Inches between your legs now and again.

    Not as often as I'd like these days.

    Us old boys have to take it easy.

    Ride in the middle of the road, on some big bad ass bike with loads of noise and presence.

    Wear boots with steel toe caps as much to kick offending car drivers as to protect yourself from your own errors.

    And carry a hammer

    Belt the hell out of their wings if they get to close

    f**king car drivers.

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    Grumpf I could see you on a hog, boots in the breeze, tassles hanging off your sleeves enlightening the kids of hythe on what it means to be born to be wild...

    For me it was a Suzuki SV650 for commuting. Awesome light nimble bike for city life and moderate journeys....

    Over two hours and numb-arse-itis became a serious problem.

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    GSXR 750 for me.

    but she is tucked up in a nice warm garage in her blanket for winter.


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    Got this kid works downstairs, in the kite shop, he's also a test rider for some bike magazine or other. Anyway he was cracking on the other day about this new beemer, reckons its got everything, cruise, abs, heater, cd/dvd, computer controlled everything, said he was riding it up the motorway no hands just steering it using slight movements in the slip stream, reckons it's a car really just happens to have two wheels, perfect commuter device.

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