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Oasis

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About Oasis

  • Birthday 29/08/1978

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Bike(s)
    Triumph Explorer and Keeway Superlight 125
  • Location
    Chorley
  1. Ello folks, Long time no see! I've been mad busy with work and other boring crap. Got a new bike though! Traded in my 2017 Triumph explorer Xca for the new Triumph Tiger 1200 XCA. It is a great bit of kit, with an up and down quick shift, TFT dash as well as a lighter engine to name just a few.
  2. My friend is selling his Daytona 675. It's a mint bike which he hardly ever uses as he commutes on his Speed Triple. If interested send me a PM and I'll put you in contact. Bike details : 2011 Currently has 3,500 miles on the clock. 2 previous owners. Arrow under seat exhaust. Full Triumph service history. Mint condition. Located near Blackburn, Lancashire. £5,500
  3. Also Triumph have a remap designed for the aftermarket Arrow exhaust. But it works well on most other cans like scorpion, yoshi etc. Give a dealer a bell for a price if you don't want to do it yourself. It'll be about 50 quid.
  4. Have a ride up and I'll sort it for you Lat.
  5. http://a2bikes.co.uk/browse ER6 is on there. Cheers mate! I've been looking for that!
  6. Sorry, £19.99... https://www.optimate.co.uk/products/tm101-usb-charger
  7. That's the older opti connection. Optimate do one that converts into a USB for the old type and new. They're about £7.99.
  8. I'm not too sure how true this is. But I have been told by a few A2 riders that have been involved in a crash, that the insurance refused to pay out due to the bike not being on the list of approved restricted bikes. All had found kits from aftermarket suppliers, some didn't come with the certificate as well. I don't know where this list of bikes lives, if at all. But I now mention it to people just in case, specially if the manufacturer doesn't list a restriction kit as an original part option.
  9. Piaggio's can be a nightmare with parts. But the best place to get advice from is www.fowlersparts.co.uk
  10. Give me a shout on a price for the centre stand.
  11. Looks like the garmin wins then! I should have gone with my gut and got a garmin. Always used their gear in boats. There's a new tomtom out, we got a few in work. Will check out if they have fixed any issues.
  12. I used my phone as s sat nav for ages. Started off with copilot but as you couldn't ask it to totally avoid motorways no matter what, I switched to Here maps. It was a good sat nav but then they updated it and it kept crashing. Moved to the Tomtom app and paid for a years subscription. Worked faultlessly and got me to loads of places around the uk. Both on bike and in cars/vans. So I thought I would bite the bullet and buy a Tomtom 410. It's a great bit of kit and had some very good features. Like the choice of great motorcycle rides in the UK and Europe. But... It needs a phone connec
  13. You lot are gold! Thanks for your thoughts, much appreciated.
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