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- Thu Aug 25, 2016 12:45 pm
- Forum: HOW TO..........
- Topic: Register an Imported Bike
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2 friends of mine recently imported 2 DRZ's from the USA. SVA is required plus MOT obviously. Issues that caused them concern were, 1. Emissions, turned out mot to be a problem. p2p.Headlight beam, DRZ'S are not angled so OK. 3.Parking light, USA bikes don't have these, but a £2.99 jobby from eBay ...
- Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:20 am
- Forum: MEETS & RUNS
- Topic: Overland event 26-29 August
- Replies: 31
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Just heard a whisper that this might be getting close to selling out... but there will be still some gate tickets ... weather is a bit unpredictable this weekend and this site has plenty of spaces inside to sit and chill while watching the weather
Ahhh... so far only fitted them on bikes with seperate seats.KTM Deano wrote:I'm trying to fit mine to the F800GS seat, obviously only to the front section and not the full length of the seat.
Just picked up one from Go Outdoors but struggling to get it to fit. Anyone got any images of what technique they use to fit their? I have mine fitted on a 1200GS kinda reversed... so the two straps for the back "ears" of a saddle go over the two front seat bits that attach to the tank and the elas...
Sheepskin pads are the best comfort addition you can add for preventing long distance numb bum... it's designed for a horse saddle but with already fitted elastic straps and a strap that runs under the seat you can't go wrong with this little beauty... http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/caldene-sheepskin-s...
- Wed Aug 17, 2016 1:52 pm
- Forum: ACCESSORIES
- Topic: Recommend me a cool lower back protector
- Replies: 23
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Used the earlier version of this... and wish i had had it on recently - fits even a big lad like me... http://www.dainese.com/en_en/new-bap-d1 ... 74433.html
- Wed Aug 17, 2016 1:27 pm
- Forum: TRAVEL
- Topic: The days of bothys could be on the way out.
- Replies: 12
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oooh ... well... look what pops up as the first entry when you Google MBA Bothy MAP http://www.mountainbothies.org.uk/locationmap.asp
- Wed Aug 03, 2016 12:32 pm
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: The new face of anti terror policing... on bmw gs..
- Replies: 25
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Watch the video in the link they have tailpacks.Andi_Archer wrote:I dont see any baggage on the bikes for storage of weapons and other neccesary gear?
What glasses you have on in the pic, do you know whether they are available with clear lenses? Dickies do a few as well in different styles and lens colours - I have a clear and amber pair for cycling and when I use my open face around town. http://www.dickiesworkwear.com/en/workwear/products/depar...