No mudguards Paul but I've got a SM blue headlamp cowl if you're interested.
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Another option maybe (don't know if flights/accom are already booked), I rented a dirt bike in lanzarote - and took the ferry over to fuerteventura one year, don't remember the company name but they were fine with me taking it on the ferry (30 min trip) and I remember they had a beta alp and a wr25...
- Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:29 pm
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: abs off road .. whats your expieriance ?
- Replies: 20
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I have the same bike as Minky but I haven't ridden it off road much yet so I can't comment on off-road use but I definitely know that it works on tarmac. Near my house is a junction where rubber/diesel gets left on the surface, when the road is wet I can quite easily lock up the rear wheel on my DR6...
Welcome Mike, what tyres have you got on your bike? I know that the subject of tyres can be boring but at this time of the year on a Transalp you will need something with a bit of bite to make progress as most of the trails will be muddy. If you have road tyres on it then you could still ride the gr...
- Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:02 am
- Forum: GREEN LANES, TRAILS and OFF-ROAD
- Topic: House of Lords Select Committee NERC Review.
- Replies: 28
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Absolutely, these idiots like Gleam who want us banned completely are mad if they think the police will have the time and resources to stop bikes riding. They haven't got the resources to stop twats using their phones in vehicles let alone police green lanes. When was the last time you came across a...