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  1. Bikes For Sale / Wanted
    Africa Twin RD04 - £1,900 One of my bikes has to go, I'm afraid. So... Africa Twin RD04. 51,000 miles. MoT until November and taxed until the end of February. Photos taken in the last few weeks: I'm not sure of the value yet. Once I've done a little research (there don't seem to be any...
  2. Chatter
    Found this on Therevounter forum - Transport Research Laboratory: High Conspicuity* Garments for Road Workers, Final Report. I refer the reader to Figure 10 on Page 37. And the powers that be are still trying to force "Highly Conspicuous" Hi-Viz Jackets on users motorcyclists in the totally...
  3. Transalp
    Hi folks, I am currently doing some research into buying a second hand Transalp and have a burning question. Is the XL700 5 speed, 6 speed or both? I have seen 2007 - 2010 versions advertised with 5 speed & 6 speed, even by Honda dealerships. Can someone please shed some light on this for...
  4. XL
    Hey, Can anyone point me in the right direction of the rotor puller for this bike. Got sold a puller to fit but its too big (its the two part one) 27mm 1.0 LH thread. Done a bit more research and it appears the 22mm x 1.5mm RH thread (internal) should do it - but want to make sure this time...
  5. Chatter
    My colleague and I have been nominated for an Enterprise award for a research project that we did with Leicestershire Constabulary on Mobile Data Technologies. To win we need as many votes as possible, so I'm hoping that some of you nice XRV peeps might be able to support us. I can't promise...
  6. Chatter
    New research indicates motorcycle commuting reduces traffic congestion and emissions No surprise for any of us I suppose, but it's good to have something to back it up.
  7. I'd like to introduce myself....................
    Hello! after a long search for a touring bike with off road capability I settled on an old TransAlp 650 - 2001. (lots of helpful advise from Tramp on the way...) which give me some spare cash to mod it. Got to say this has been a great place to lurk and do research and I am looking seriously and...
  8. The Longest Day
    Just set up a just giving page for the Trip to turkey next year Me and 3 mates will be doing the trip on XL600LMF's More info to come and pictures of the bike which i am rebuilding at the moment. Hope to get some goodies to auction off on here soon All money raised will go to Cancer research...
  9. Chatter
    I asked Dave if I could post this and he said it was cool. A friend of mine is setting up a business in Central London (and I'm helping him a bit) that will allow people to hire a bench and tools and work on their bike, provide training in basic bike mechanics, run seminars and provide...
  10. Transalp
    well iv been looking at new end cans ( after mine developed a nice whole and cannot be welded as the whole area around the lower clamp is rusted and rotten, by bike is only 2003 aswell :() been looking at a few makers and well lets just say theres no way im paying around £250 just for a new...
  11. Charity Events
    Cancer Research Long Way Home 2010 Hi all, Myself & my old buddy Chris (suds750) have both been affected by Cancer. Chris lost his father and I lost my mother in law. So we have decided to go "The long way Home" riding our motorbikes around England, Scotland, Wales then back to London. We are...
  12. The Longest Day
    Ladies & Gents, on behalf of Spinal Research we will be taking a rideout from Boxhill over to Sammy Miller's Motorbike Museum on Saturday, 20th September. We'll be meeting up at 9.00am at Boxhill, have a coffee (or brekkie for those that want it) and then leaving at 10 am with an ETA of 12.00...
  13. Past Charity Events
    Hi ladies & gents, I'm involved in organising a ride out to Le touquet in France on behalf of Spinal Research on the 7th of June. It's a cross club / forum event and various clubs & forums are taking part such as Gixxerjunkies (they have 22 riders coming), Londonbikers (5), Visordown, Suzuki...
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