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  1. Dominator / FMX
    Hello! A quick question: are there any differences in the back-cover (most importantly in mounting points) of the speedoblock depending on the generation, i.e. are they identical and/or swappable? Happened to break the mounting ears on mine of a 1995 RD08 while carelessly tackling a motocross...
  2. Chatter
    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 !
  3. Ride Reports and Pictures
    …what else would you call the days that follow a 24 hour nonstop off road ride up and down the Alps peaks :eek1 ???? Nevertheless, the desire of keep riding the West Italian Alps was too strong to stop us from riding :p3rry. I arranged for my friend Jeff of Colwyn Bay Motorcycles in North...
  4. Chatter
    Just reading next months edition of this newspaper and they are doing a comparison review between the Crosstourer and the Africa twin. It takes up 4 pages if you include adverts, the forum is recommended so is rugged roads in the review so back handers there i guess:D:D:D. Guess i'm wondering...
  5. Chatter
    If you wanted to understand how it happened, read on…. Stavros is the proprietor of a bar in Greece. He realises that virtually all of his customers are unemployed alcoholics and, as such, can no longer afford to patronise his bar. To solve this problem, he comes up with new marketing plan...
  6. Travel
    I thought you lot might fancy some inspiration to travel from Sam Manicom's latest book. :) I've done my review here...... http://www.xrv.org.uk/forums/product-reviews/56819-sam-manicom-tortillas-totems.html Chapter One Predators and the Border Queens ‘Get your motor runnin’, Head out on...
  7. Chatter
    Just found this story on the BBC News web-site about Indian children teaching themselves with the aid of computers. It seems that the very philanthropic Professor Sugata Mitra, stumbled across this and has had some amazing results. Children teach themselves Sort of restores your faith in the...
  8. Chatter
    Please see the following and respond if you can. These lanes are slap bang in the middle of quite a few runs across the Plain. Dear Members and past Members we need your support, Wiltshire CC propose to close a number of BOATS around Stonehenge to motorised vehicles, notices have been posted...
  9. Charity Events
    Normally email chain letters get binned before I read them but this one is closer to my heart Thanks for reading The average British soldier is 19 years old…..he is a short haired, well built lad who, under normal circumstances is considered by society as half man, half boy. Not yet dry...
  10. Chatter
    I dont normally get involved in political shenanigans, but this has got me a bit rattled ('compulsory' - another erosion of our/our childrens freedom), and was released low key in News of the world (but i found it on the internet) : By Ian Kirby, 12/04/2009 PM Gordon Brown intends to...
  11. Ride Reports and Pictures
    The plan for this year’s bike trip was to first revisit the Somme battlefield and then move down to the D-Day beaches in Normandy. It's turned out to be a very long trip report to write so I'll post the Somme and Normandy visits in seperate threads. Here I am with my trusty Varadero packed and...
  12. Other Bikes
    Hello All, I am a new member with limited (NO) knowledge and this will become more obvious when you read my post. I have just acquired an XL 250 twin shock to use for beach racing and although it is still in fairly traditional set up, have used it. After a rather unspectacular fall where the...
  13. Chatter
    There can't be many sites which have three generations as members. Just in case people can't work it out me, the artist formerly known as Mabel and mini Mabel :D:D
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