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- Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:44 pm
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: Pints per mile....its all in the maths
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1434
Don't forget 10% of road accidents are caused by drunk drivers !!!! 90% therefore are caused by sober drivers! Better to be safe, drive drunk? I've always thought this to myself.....if someone causes an accident by shit driving, then they are breathalysed. If they are over the limit they should be ...
Steve, a lad who works up the road from my unit has one. It has the LOUDEST pipe I've ever heard. I'm pretty sure I can hear him leave home about three miles away and all the way to work. The front wheel is very rarely on the ground and he does pretty impressive 180 stoppies too. Bloody Hooligan !!!...
- Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:26 pm
- Forum: ACCESSORIES
- Topic: Puncture repair - tubed tyres
- Replies: 22
- Views: 3297
Been reading this thread with interest and have a question, if you take the special trip out of the equation do you all carry full tyre changing tools, pump, spare tubs etc all the time or not and if the unfortunent event happenens do you call your friendly roadside assistance I carry minimum of ch...
- Tue May 30, 2017 7:32 pm
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: That old "which is the best tyre thread" again.
- Replies: 16
- Views: 1823
Mostly road with dry trails, I like the Meffo explorers. On tarmac, they are great wet or dry. MT21s are a good all round trail-tyre and will cope surprisingly well in loose stuff, and even a bit of mud if you don't push it. I found the front wore quite quickly on the road; it was pretty wrecked aft...
- Wed May 03, 2017 7:18 pm
- Forum: ABR Midlands Rally 7th-9th July 2017
- Topic: ABR Midlands Rally 2017 sign up thread (7th-9th July)
- Replies: 340
- Views: 36999
I think Lee and I will definitely be there and probably a handful more TRF boys
The 10mm dia Kryptoflex cables will deter a casual thief but any cable lock can be "nibbled" through reasonably easily with good set of electrician's side-cutters. Use with either a good quality small D-lock or maybe an Abloy 340 padlock. I'd cover things up so scum can't see if it's worth the troub...
- Sat Apr 15, 2017 7:34 am
- Forum: ACCESSORIES
- Topic: Adventure bike mirrors for Suzuki DRZ400S
- Replies: 5
- Views: 585
I use these, good quality. http://www.wemoto.com/parts/picture/vm-e-366/ Me too and I've recommended them to many and have yet to be told I was wrong to do so. They are cheap and they work. Mine are set up so I can just fold them to the middle when on tight lanes. I have one on my 200 stinkwheel to...