Later in the year I will be rebuilding my front forks with progressive springs, in respect of the seals do I need to order one of these kits:
2 Oil Seals
2 Dust Seals
2 Retaining Clips
2 Inner Bushes
2 Outer Bushes
Or can I just order the seals?
Also what fork oil...
I have just sold my 1990 600 Transalp and am looking to buying a newer one. I have had a couple of test rides on 700s and have noticed a lot of heat coming out of the fairing vents onto one's legs. I think this would be a pain when it is hot. I have had issues with this before (BMW 1000RS) but...
Got a call yesterday from the Harbour Master in Hayle as kids have been down, broken into my boat, smashed all the windows and tried cutting it loose
The big boats from St.Ives have been going up Lelant Estuary through the winter or for works for hundreds of years with no problems, why is it...
When I went on the condolence website I noticed that the funeral is on Monday. Anyone from here going?
I thought about it as its only about 100 miles from me but I am not sure if this would be appropriate. I mean I would love to pay my respect and I think it would be nice if some XRV'ers would...
Does any one have any experience of riding an enduro on an XR250R particularly with respect to gearing. I am running 13/43 at present which is fine for the open trails and green lanes I have been riding. But for an enduro.is the stock 13/48 low enough or do I need to go lower?
Safe in the knowledge that my rugged good looks belie the fact that I am getting on a bit I was wondering how many riders on here are, shall we say, 65 or over? Please be aware that any infomation provided will be treated with respect and only used for p*ss taking purposes. ;):D
PS I know that...
I know this should be in the charities section but so many from here have been on a ride of respect I thought I'd place this here
Lest we forget
Wootton Bassett Rocks! Wake Me Up When September Ends - YouTube
Thanks to the guys who orgainsed this, i met some of them, maybe not all, and had great time and a memorable expereince.:cool:
Thanks to the other riders we met, good to chat, good to have someone who knew where they were going once in a while, and all had a smile on their faces:D
Over the past few months I have borrowed my partners learner bike (YBR 125) every now and again, and I've probably done 200 miles or so on it. And you know what, the way learner riders are treated by other motorist is appalling. I've probably seen more sh!te driving and acts of aggression in...
Just watched the NW200 on TV, my God what a bloody hero that Michael Dunlop is. Father killed in practice and he went on a few days later to WIN the 250 race, and against the likes of Mcguiness !!!!
Massive, Massive Respect takes serious guts to do that.
I had forgotten just how crappy and difficult it is to ride this time of year in the dark and rain ! Fortunately now i can choose not to , its bad enough in a car , so big respect to all those of you who choose to commute daily on the bikes .
In preparation for my taking part in EnduroAfrica in November I have been getting as much off road time as I can.
I have aquired a lovely little 225 serow which I trust implicitly on the steepest of slopes and the most rutted of roads. I have also tried the @ on some of the less challenging...
got up this morning looked at temp gage -5 you dudes that commute to work in this have my upmost respect 8) use this thread to give yourselfs a pat on the back . i work in it all day but controlling a motorcycle in these conditions cant be much fun . :shock:
im humbled. respect !!!!!! :headbang: