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Author: Rob Slade

It has been a busy week on the ABR forum with new threads coming thick and fast. Among the highlights from last week, we’ve got a thread of motorcycling photos from the past (well worth checking out!) and a discussion about what three pieces of kit you could never live without.

Toady wants some advice on which SatNav would be best for him. He wants it to cover all 45 European countries, lifetime updates, curvy routes, the ability to store up to 50 routes and the ability to reverse routes, all while being easy to use. Any suggestions? Head to the forum to help.

Teflon Jnr is asking what everyone’s favourite bike movie is. He’s a fan of Freebird and wants to know what everyone else thinks. Drop by the forum to join the conversation.

Moto al has started a thread consisting of people’s motorcycling pictures from the past resulting in some pretty awesome results. Share your photos by dropping in on the thread.

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Foley is looking at getting into green laning and as such is hunting down his first off-road bike. He’s found a Honda CRF250L with 5,000 miles on it with extras such as hand guards and a bash plate. It’s advertised under £3,000 but he would like to know what people think it is actually worth. Pop onto the forum to pass on your advice.

Exrm193 wants to know what your top three pieces of kit are that you simply can’t live without. His own choices consist of a 4×4 tarp, down sleeping bag and heated gloves. What are yours? Let us know on the forum.

Robson is about to buy his third bike and is feeling guilty that it may be too many so he wants to know if many other people have more than two bikes? Share your two-wheeled collection by heading to the forum.