Yeah, this bike is starting to get annoying a bit.
Checkout palmer products. I had one on the smt and was great.
Be careful with screen sizes. I had an issue with the SH300 screen being a bit too tall and it collects a lot of fine mist which added to a visor can decrease visibility to a dangerous level.
Lushest Joshua tree ever at a weird little oasis in the desert.
Clearing out my workshop / garage,
I have a KZ400 that was working, then taken apart for a tracker / bobber project. Engine will probably need rebuilding, all parts kept together. V5 inc.
Will get some pics when i'm next in there.
So guess what happened today, FINALLY.
Two minors, not even fussed.
Celebratory lap of town for a can of Guaraná afterward. Felt so so so strange jumping onto the DR after three days straight on a bandit.
@pdlouche - congrats mate! Now the real test....
Awesome job mate! Have fun on the DR. Just in time for some muddy action I suspect...sweet.
Yes mate, nicely done! Time for some rampage.
Chuffed for you buddy, the bike looks mint.
Boom. Nice one!
Well done, enjoy the DR :)
Absolutely knackered. Months and months of worry evaporates. And now the fun of learning to ride knobblies on wet tarmac.
Actual footage of me when he said I’d passed:
Well done mate!
Nice project. Can't remember who was into GSX1000 GS1000 on here
Reynolds 531 frame as well!
One stretch of the Fosse Way and now I’m waiting to pay a recovery van, as I have no tools or tubes with me.
All part of the joys of biking. I've yet to change a tube on the R80 but I've ridden 10 miles on a flat to avoid having to get a recovery van with no ill effects before, obviously took it very slowly.
You have pretty good luck don't you
@PhilDAS I try to think positively; it was a rear flat, and I didn’t get thrown off. No harm done to anything but my wallet. And yet. Fuuuuuucking hell, what does an uneventful day feel like?
@Airhead totally would have, especially with rim-locked tyres, but 30 miles from home was a bit much. About 5 miles away was my grandma’s, her neighbour is a biker and I bet he’d have had a spare 18” on the shelf but I didn’t want to risk owing him a favour.
My instructor did me a solid and came to collect me and the bike. I paid him some cash but it was still much less than it should have been for immediate call-out and rescue.
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