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  1. Not a joke but funny anyway, if your a sensitive soul look away. Forget that if you were a sensitive soul you wouldn’t be in this forum. Poor woman πŸ˜†
    9 points
  2. With winter gear and always wearing a buff I got half way up the hill last week and wondered why my head was cold. Only forgotten to put the helmet on, it was still on the wall outside the house.
    9 points
  3. Thought I'd post a shot of the bike looking relatively clean, 'cause I'm not really an avid washer. (Errr, of the bike, I mean - I'm very clean personally speaking.)
    9 points
  4. I'm helping my dad sat, he has made some new gates for his rear garden entrance, they are a bit heavy for him to hang on his own so he wants a hand, he is 90 so he's not done too bad making them, sorting the posts and welding the brackets up.
    8 points
  5. So after 12 years of not being on a bike due to a prolapsed disc in my neck, on Sunday 22nd Nov, we took my new bike for a ride. I've bought myself a MT Rapide carbon fibre helmet, which is incredibly lightweight as well as the GT750. Fil (my better half) followed on his Triumph Tiger 1200 & we managed 93 miles around Herefordshire and Worcestershire, with a couple of stops. Cold day, but good to be back. Took a couple of photos as below. Need to clean the GT, which isn't one of my strengths...maybe wheel her out of the garage tomorrow & get the mud off...
    7 points
  6. 7 points
  7. Hi, This was me back in March, pre lockdown, trying the GT750 for size - she arrived last week finally from the dealers.
    7 points
  8. Well you can’t be single handedly responsible for all of them... can you? πŸ˜‚
    6 points
  9. I'm not bothered anymore . I have to say that really because I've just lost 100 hp and gained 100 cc . Still got the same castle though . ( And colour scheme , and bag ....)πŸ˜‰
    6 points
  10. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did? Cheers Ian
    6 points
  11. This is Canales! And it's a difficult one to call......because it's not an abandoned village in the strictest sense of the word. However......I've been there many times over the years and never seen a soul. And during that time more and more properties have been abandoned and left to crumble. It really is Omega Man territory out here.....because there's nobody to be seen, the buildings seem to be devastated........and all the while a Pandemic rages amongst the general population. To make it even more startling, it's alleged that somewhere out in the remote areas around this plac
    6 points
  12. Hmmm... unfortunately COVID has pretty much decimated my business so I've found myself forced into what feels very much like retirement a few years too early for comfort. I'm trying to adapt, but I can't help feeling that the secret is having the right mindset and that's the struggle for me at the moment. Anyway, still hoping that things pick up next year and I can snag myself some work.
    6 points
  13. If I have to talk to six before I can leave then fine, I'll stay.
    6 points
  14. Just done a search and the only things I've posted about, multiple posts though, were when I was rebuilding a mess of a 1989 Suzuki GSX750FK. Just thought I'd bring my profile up to date since then. This is quite a bit longer than I intended but once I started I just couldn't stop! My history started in 1974 when I bought my first bike, from Nettletons in Gloucester. It was a Honda CB175, passed my test one month later (it was a lot easier in those days!) because there had been a cancellation. I was still in the RAF so with postings abroad, and marriage to an anti motorbiking wife, I did
    6 points
  15. Your not the only one in those shoes, after 10 years I am again looking at court. Luckily there has been only the bare minimal allegations and no grounds to base them on, I have been lucky. Although 10 years of struggling to see your own child takes its toll, in all aspects of life include career (and associated in come etc). The statistics are clear "Suicide is a significant national social issue in the United Kingdom. In 2019 there were 5,691 registered deaths by suicide in England & Wales, equating to an average of 18 suicides per day in the country. Suicide is the single biggest
    5 points
  16. means your not a mechanic but you are a biker .... who ever said your not a biker cause you dont fix your own bike is a twat.
    5 points
  17. I find that when that happens here I wake up with weird apparition nagging me as well, kind of weird goes on all day. Some times start to think that one is real, it can bring on headaches.
    5 points
  18. Tier 3 is a hybrid of the old tier 3 and the tier 3 + we had last time, some elements from tier 2 were added to the new tier 3 and tier 3 + was removed, tier 1 was made up with what wasn't deemed to kill you from the old tier 1 with a few additions You can drink a glass of warm milk on Thursday but only before 11am and only if your standing on one foot, must be your right foot, left foot has to be used on Mondays, no one else can be in your house while your drinking the milk but they can help you pour it on Wednesday as long as they had some on Sunday. Basically they just put all the
    5 points
  19. All the talk of toothache and hiccups pushed me over the edge. I know what this leads to........Toyota F@cking Aygo's!
    5 points
  20. Love them. Waded through page after page after painfully boring page of stuff on piston heads about garages until I also turned into a total garage geek πŸ™„ so warning ahead is boring stuff about garages. Duratile and Ecotile are the two brands that kept coming up as most durable. I went with Ecotile just cos Duratile was out of stock. You need to look at the industrial options only if want them to last and withstand weight. Easy to lay (jigsaw is much easier than the recommended Stanley knife), don’t appear to need cleaning (although apparently the black and very dark grey
    5 points
  21. 5 points
  22. Jealous wanna be mod alert... His campaign manager will be along to comment shortly
    5 points
  23. My boy in NL got his test results......NEGATIVE! Thank f**k for that......I hardly slept last night worrying about him!
    5 points
  24. New shocks and a chain and sprocket set and that's just about it .
    5 points
  25. I spent the latter part of the day chopping up wood To fill the woodstore, and remove the pile of wood blocking the bike in. The left side was empty before I started, I'm now drinking for medical reasons 😁
    5 points
  26. This weekend I will be messing about with forum software as I have been doing for the past week
    5 points
  27. Targets locked on and in range @XTreme, just give the order .....
    5 points
  28. It will take time to get used to and it will take time to get it looking and working well! Stick around and give it a try
    5 points
  29. His mechanical ineptitude was legendary..........but when he got on a bike...... He'd turn up at a meeting and just say......"Which direction does the track go and what's the lap record?" Then completely blitz the whole event, different machines and classes throughout the day. In fact half the time he didn't even know what he was riding I'm sure!
    4 points
  30. Right it's official there is definitely some sort of apparition in one of the first pics, it's a bit fuzzy and it's not that clear but make what you can, it's beyond me, I'm now a believer
    4 points
  31. Don't give up on it ... i did one of my flounce moments when it changed .... but it works well ... stick with it ..
    4 points
  32. Fook me that's the funniest thing I've read today, and you owned up to all those sites πŸ˜‚
    4 points
  33. I just had this shared to me earlier and thought I'd post it here. Anyone else got some similar stories? They are always good for a laugh
    4 points
  34. Sorry everyone for not saying hi on here sooner been busy with work and trying to fix my bike πŸ˜‚hope you are all well.
    4 points
  35. I was inspired by the legendary hair removal cream reviews on Amazon.
    4 points
  36. If this doesn't work I have not got my tree up yet... Is my first photo on the new forum
    4 points
  37. WayHey! I actually won something
    4 points
  38. 4 months into my retirement πŸ˜€.....going great! It would have been even better without the lockdown and restrictions! On the plus side....I can't remember having so much sleep!........after years of getting up at daft o clock.πŸ‘
    4 points
  39. Casuals .... while i'm riding from Rotherham to Salisbury in February ... the only Motorbike on the trunk roads ... I often wonder where the Wonder Ninjas and their plastic fantastic spaceship bikes are hiding ... then April arrives and the sun comes out and they appear in their Dainese finery and me and my 400cc thumper or 300cc two stroke get sneered at. But i'm not bothered ... I just keep riding ... 16000+ miles on the Himma and the MZ's in the last 12 months .... Casuals ..... HA!
    4 points
  40. Well, I'm settling into it quite nicely now. I phone my old boss every now and then so that I can gloat. Just need lockdown lifted and get out and buy a new bike and it'll all be rosy...
    4 points
  41. Got my daughter her first request was to go for a ride on the bike... She will be trying out heated body warmer...
    4 points
  42. Wife's been buying shit on Facebook again - guess which chump had to go and pick it up.
    4 points
  43. Great review! But what do they do to my bike? How do they make it better? I will now try to purchase these two mods. Where can I find them? SBS? I heard there were other mod' that were really underated and they make your bike look sexy af! Search up @Six30 and @XTreme.
    4 points
  44. I thimk thei hare jusht trynig to steel @Six30 TOTY trophee
    4 points
  45. nice one, your a valued member , im glad i've changed your mind about doing a Flounce
    4 points
  46. I way prefer the look of my old stomach but I don't sulk about it.
    4 points
  47. Thanks for the tip ! I shall bear it in mind next time I wish to procede out at a leisurely pace with no particular timescale in mind! (Post edited for people not currently using English as their first language, possibly bought on by too frequent encounter with European lorry drivers?). Cheers Ian
    4 points
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