Ladies and Gentlemen,
New member blackbirdflyer saying Hi to the Honda Trial Bike community. I am rebuilding a Honda XL 500R (1982) and hope that I can benefit from your collective expertise with the project.
My machine has suffered a camshaft failure (ouch) and needs a full top end...
For sale a *********** shock shock for an xl1000v of any year.
The shock has remote preload adjustment, adjustable length and compression and rebound has a 175 - 185 spring currently fitted.
Has been in my cupboard for a few years since I sold my first varadero, so would benefit from a...
The Carpathian 2 Wheels Guide project has reached the 2nd Edition: Touring Romania.
This edition proposes 28 routes (over 8100 kilometers - 5000 miles), features more than 70 sights and covers all the territory of Romania.
Unlike the 1st edition, this one is addressed solely to the bikers who...
I need to replace the chain and sprockets. So far (45.000km) the sprocket shaft of my wife´s RD13 has seen only Honda sprockets (given the poor history of damaged sprocket shafts with the Africa Twin). However I hate to spend the extra dough since the DID kits usually come with a JT...
I can't help myself when cars at the lights try to blow me and my trusty steed off the lights.
Tonight it was an flash black Audi S4 , I gave him the benefit of pulling away first just to see if he was up to it and then unleashed the Vara and put him in his place , not once but twice.
I like tea.
This time thirty years ago, I was probably drinking tea and chatting with like minded motorcyclists at the High Beech Tea Hut.
Future generations of us & them might not be so fortunate to benefit from the convivial facility.
Save High Beech Tea Hut !
It has probably been asked b4 (had a look but could not find anything)
The swingingarm on a Dommie is not exactly hi tech , I know it works otherwise Mr Honda would not have used it,
However has anyone used a n other swingingarm?
would a beefier s/arm be of benefit?
what other s/arm has been...
A lot of us on here are people 'of a certain age' and have or will have ailments. I have certainly benefitted from other members kind words and thoughts in the past when I've had problems so why not post here if you'd like to talk about your aching limbs etc. I see on another thread that J has...
I have recently had two women I know, both married get really excited that I have an AT.
'Oh!! an Africa twin' and a weird lustful look in their eyes. My wife likes the bike and agreed with the other womens.
Should we keep this a secret benefit of AT ownership.
I have never had a member of the...
For all you hard working folk out there... Three easy steps to financial success
Fiddle your housing benefit by pretending you live in rented accommodation while actually having your own house.
Get caught and sentenced to 300 hours community service
Result earn £150 per hour tax...
Well guys, whadya think ??
Is this the new material that will revolutionise industry ?
I note that the initial concept was hatched in a UK university, Manchester I think, and wasn't patented.
Now the rest of the world have jumped on the bandwagon with China having 2k patents pending, whilst UK...
or is it blackberry? I dunno, I'd prefer a "me" fone or whatever it's called. Not that I'm a technophobe or anything...:rolleyes:
Anyway, madame MooN has decided she wants a blackberry (thingy) but can't decide between a 9380, a 9360 or an 8520 & I haven't a clue what she's on about. Having...
I was wondering if someone could explain the benefit of Heavy Duty Clutch Springs?
As I was changing the clutch plates on my bike (Honda MTX), I decided to change the springs as well and I bought a Heavy Duty set.
With the new springs, it's more than a two finger job on the clutch...