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whys the rum always gone?
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oh come on thats just taking the piss :mrgreen: i have enough trouble staying on standing on the pegs let alone sitting on the bloody tank:toothy10::toothy10::toothy10:
 

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it's about an hour......
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i have enough trouble staying on standing on the pegs let alone sitting on the bloody tank:toothy10::toothy10::toothy10:
Maybe thats where we are all going wrong. Lets all sit on the bars and tank and see how we get on. Chad, you lead....
 

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whys the rum always gone?
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Maybe thats where we are all going wrong. Lets all sit on the bars and tank and see how we get on. Chad, you lead....
ok give me a couple of months :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
 

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Brilliant, I remember fancying a Honda super dream with Tkc's when I was 17. The farmer had it for sheep farming. :-D
 

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After trading in my DT175 trail bike for a Super Dream, I did (briefly) ride the 'Dream off road and thought, "If I could have an engine as flexible as this in a frame with some ground clearance, it would be awesome!" (At the time I'd never ridden a four-stroke off-roader though, so my expectations were low.)
 

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Older, but no wiser!
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After trading in my DT175 trail bike for a Super Dream, I did (briefly) ride the 'Dream off road and thought, "If I could have an engine as flexible as this in a frame with some ground clearance, it would be awesome!" (At the time I'd never ridden a four-stroke off-roader though, so my expectations were low.)

Funny that talking of expectations, I always thought that a 4 stroke would transform my off roading after 20 years of smokers, so I bought a new DR350. Still prefer the noise, smell and zap of a peaky 2 stroke.
 

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peice of pi55 done the stunt at 2.08 :thumbup:
 

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You can ride anything off-road if you try (me -Gilera SP180 scooter), but riding it like that is another thing altogther :toothy10:
 

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OVALTEENY !!!
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Quite an innovative way of weighting the front wheel - sit on the handlebars - I don't think they will teach that at the BMW offroad school
 

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Saw this on another forum, great vid if you can spare a few minutes.

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Tosh, i was doing that sort of stuff only the other day, and the ground was proper gnarly not a posh mx track.....










.... Then I woke up!!
 
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