Strangely never heard of that.
Semi-CSB time. I know one of Tals brothers, Ben, who owns the best and coolest bikeshop in Copenhagen, Ben Ben, where they sell absolutely amazing steel and Ti frames build by another brother, Ari. Cool family.
Would be ideal, but no Haynes or Clymersfor this. ´82 Guzzi V50, same as mine...
@lynx: I'll suggest that. He's got tons of tools, but mostly pretty rusty.
Any ideas for good motorcycle related christmas presents that are actually useful?
For a 60 yo old aspiring hipster dude. Long beard and an 80ies bike.
Budget is around 50 pounds.
Have thought about tool rolls or something.
The eight is wrong though.
There's just no correct way to do it: A correct eight would be totally confusing being upside down next to nine...
It's a remake of the logotype they used in the 80ies or thereabouts.
Undoubtedly this thread animated them to start using it again though.
I want to do a project like this:
Yeah, it's in german I don't understand it either, but it's a cool moped with a 1500w e-bike kit.
trip advisor is a poncey word for drug dealer.
How about changing your mind again and decide to sell the controltech terminators?
Got another set of bars, but now the end sections are a wee bit too short to fit levers, switchgear, and grips.
I have tried google, but I can’t find anything.
Is there a product like bar end weights that extends the bars so I can put my grips on over it? I need to extend about 15mm...
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