Hepco &Becker Gobi panniers and rack in very good condition to fit any Transalp 650 model.
these cost apx £650 new, now surplus to requirements. £300.
im in Southampton, collection in person preferably, but I’ll discuss other option if required.
John, 07500 214851.
Am I not looking hard enough or is there no section for CRF 1000 on this forum ? The other dedicated CRF 1000 forum Iv'e found seems to be tailored to the USA rider. Wheres the best place to discuss on this side of the pond ?
I have just bought a complete loom/wiring harness for my dommie project however when it arrived ,although looking similar it is obviously not for a dommie
it is prefixed on the loom on the white sticker MY2A is this an SLR/FMX Loom if so will it fit? I thought dommies were mn9 is that...
Just browsed the MCN bikes for sale pages, as you do, and kicked the search for @'s up.
4 total, 3 of which are private.
2 of those private sales are 50+k miles old, and one of them is a bitsa to my eyes . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . but they all want £3k plus for their bikes...
Following answers from an earlier thread, the following question arose.
How much kit & weight do we lug around on our bikes ?
I'm sure there will be some fab & interesting answers, of which bike is capable of transporting the biggest & most kit, excluding the rider & pillion.
So please do...
I have recently bought a honda xlr 125 unknown to me that it was a road bike with all the bits taken off will it be ok as a off roading bike and will it be diffecelt to buy parts for.
Which section is it best to discuss this bike in.
A coupleof guysfrom the air cooled rd forum have set up a DT forum for anyone with an interest in DT,s with special interest in the earlier ones but all people interested in DT,s welcome you do not need to own one, if you used to own one and want too discuss your memories with others come along...
AT had it's annual trip to the dealers (I know, I know...) for service and MOT.
Collected the bike, jumped on, front brake lever almost comes back to the bar. Hmmm. Tweaking the span adjustment stops the lever coming back close to the bar, but still far more spongey than it was before it...
I've noticed in a number of threads that people struggle to righten their ATs after a spill etc, so I thought I'd check to see if anyone has any particular method ... for me, this works:
1) Curse, whilst studying the situation (be brief, as fuel will normally be coming out from...