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- Sat Feb 29, 2020 10:08 am
- Forum: ACCESSORIES
- Topic: Lowering Africa Twin weight
- Replies: 7
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Hi, I am on my 2nd AT but when I bought the 2018 I was determined not to resort to lowering it like I ended up doing with my previous 2016 bike. Well after 23,000 miles in last 18 mths I recently resorted to fitting a LUST lowering collar for the rear spring (and slipped the forks through to match) ...
- Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:16 pm
- Forum: CLOTHING
- Topic: Klim Overshell Pants - Caution
- Replies: 27
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i witnessed a mates low speed lowside (no names but he is on here) wearing some Klim gear and it literally fell apart. The worrying thing was that the hip armour came out but he was very lucky not to receive tarmac rash as there was a gaping hole about a foot long. I think he only escaped more sever...
Our little group of 5 are going up thursday about 10.15am from TT services fuelled then brecky break at Dumfries (McDs) around 12.15pm but we are staying at Inchree on Thursday night and doing a ride on Friday before getting to Strontian at teatime for the other 2 nights
- Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:11 pm
- Forum: WELCOME NEWBIE
- Topic: 10 year break from biking now I’m back
- Replies: 14
- Views: 1272
I swear by my Barkbusters (others are available) i had a 28 years gap after getting married in 1976 so your 10 years should be ok.
As you can see from the countries listed in my signature below, I'm a bit of a novice when it comes to motorcycle touring and with just 70+ years of riding between me and Mike, we'll need all the help that we can get when it comes to helpful advice... who'd have ever thought that labour could be so...
If this is how you prepare for a trip i don't see a very successful expedition ahead for you. A free service these days is a treat by the dealer to sweeten the sale deal. Mind you £150 does sound a bit steep, they are usually about £100 'ish. The itemised bill will show every single thing they charg...