Hi all, long time no speak! Been faffing around over summer on my new AT - Uploaded a silly video of my on my trip to Ireland :D 746 miles in 3 days.
Anyway, have a laugh - I can really recommend the run from Larne > A2 > Derry > N56 > Gweedore > N56 to Donegal :D:D:D:D Everyone so friendly, go...
It has been nine years since our last post on the Forum. That came the night our T/Alp went to a new home as it was too tall for my wife & at the time we needed bikes we could both use as required, as we only had one car & both worked.
Lot's of bikes & lots of up's & down's since then, we...
After being helped out by the friendly and helpful Ian (quaycrest) in my search for a rear wheel, I was wondering if anyone had a decent RD07a front wheel they were thinking of selling? Ideally it would have a black rim with ss spokes if at all possible!! Nothing like being fussy!! lol...
made the trip again with our trike friend Barry. One of the best find was a hostel in Menaggio (COMO), western side of lake Como, there is only one in the village so you can't miss it (Lake Como|Menaggio Youth Hostel "La Primula") , very biker friendly and 45 Euros will get you an en-suite room...
The VMCC bike jumble at Shepton Mallet is this Saturday (1st March)
Not just vintage but old modern bits, projects, bikes. Many stalls under cover, friendly atmosphere.
At the last one I found Africa Twin and Harley parts I was looking for.
I am in the process of arranging a holiday trip for myself and a few other bikers mates to North West France in May/June this year and thought I would ask the XRV collective if anyone has any recommended biker friendly hotels, gites or b&b's they could suggest in this area?
The "Gentlemen that do Lunch" would like a recommendation for a decent caff that's bike friendly somewhere in Northish Wales.
Phil the Shandy and myself and hopefully others will be meeting for lunch and rideout tomorrow/Thursday, and are looking for a decent alternative to the Ponderosa...
Anyone have any experience of chrome effect powder coating?
I was in collecting some bits from my friendly local metal finishers and they showed me a couple of samples of chrome powder work which they are playing with and while it's not got that deep shine of real chroming being more like...
A few of us Hereford Herberts are heading upto to Scotland on 15th Sept. Can anyone recommend a biker friendly campsite in Fort William or Kinlochleven. Preferably with a pub (or one nearby)!:)
Hey all. Well having been made an offer too good to refuse, I'm now the owner of an XR4 and having ridden the only couple of tracks I know about in my area, I need more!:blob7: So the question is, has anyone got any good places I can take my new toy? Bolton doesn't seem to be the most off-road...
Whatever next? Those crazy French have come up with Biker friendly petrol pumps.
How long 'til we see similar here?? I'm guessing about the Thursday after the the end of the World.........
Having just posted my first, (heated grips) thought I'd intro myself (Les').
To old to worry. Experience = The Hard Way.
Just consumed a double brandy to celebrate my first post anywhere ever.
Rare occasion as I drive a london Bus.
News tonight tells of Rider killed with bus collission. I...
Dunno about that, but I would sure love a go on one. I am pondering swapping the TA for a Varadero, but for trail use, this would be serious fun!!
Have to be the "high speed" model though :)