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    NW200 is on BBC NI today, Thursday and Saturday if you're interested.....

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/nor...eland/48187687

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    Service time....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    Service time....
    The owd shed's looking proper mester!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    The owd shed's looking proper mester!
    Not enough bikes in there for my liking, 7 in mine and there's no room to swing your cock around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    The owd shed's looking proper mester!
    Thanks! Pretty much there now as things get moved to best place
    Getting a 6' metal cupboard next as the shelving units getting a bit full . Beer fridge might be on the horizon too but I'll have to lose tool space and the kitchen isn't far so weighing it up. That, and if I do she might make me move in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redad View Post
    Not enough bikes in there for my liking, 7 in mine and there's no room to swing your cock around.

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    Only two at the minute, once the RF's out the way, doesn't she look skinny with no plastics?
    Then the C11's getting put together as the rest of it arrived yesterday
    Reckon I could fit 3 in and still have usable shed space, possibly 4, any more and they'd have to come out to get me in


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    Only two at the minute, once the RF's out the way, doesn't she look skinny with no plastics?
    Then the C11's getting put together as the rest of it arrived yesterday
    Reckon I could fit 3 in and still have usable shed space, possibly 4, any more and they'd have to come out to get me in
    I'm slightly jealous, ive got a biggun but can't do much with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redad View Post
    I'm slightly jealous, ive got a biggun but can't do much with it.

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    I constantly fight the urge to buy, restore and build a collection (like TL's, blades, gsxrs and 4/7/9R's, love the 90's me), it would stop it being a workshop and just be storage and I like my other projects. I don't ride enough to warrant them and I've Only just managed to persuade her two's ok with the odd mates/brothers in for work. Might be adding a 125 though, I'm trying to convince her she should do a CBT. She did an hour taster and liked it so you never know.

    TLR: it's small but I've got 18 stone to ram it in with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    I constantly fight the urge to buy, restore and build a collection (like TL's, blades, gsxrs and 4/7/9R's, love the 90's me), it would stop it being a workshop and just be storage and I like my other projects. I don't ride enough to warrant them and I've Only just managed to persuade her two's ok with the odd mates/brothers in for work. Might be adding a 125 though, I'm trying to convince her she should do a CBT. She did an hour taster and liked it so you never know.

    TLR: it's small but I've got 18 stone to ram it in with.
    I think I have a problem, I'm reluctant to sell stuff although having said that I did list the GS, although no one's going to pay what I want for it so that's ok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redad View Post
    I think I have a problem, I'm reluctant to sell stuff although having said that I did list the GS, although no one's going to pay what I want for it so that's ok!

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    The thing is bikes are fucking cool, even just sat in a shed they're talking pieces and fucking cool, especially the older ones, they've all got stories and scars.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    The thing is bikes are fucking cool, even just sat in a shed they're talking pieces and fucking cool, especially thr older ones, they've all got stories and scars.
    You aren't wrong.

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    New lid arrived today, went blue to match bike.
    And so did the air filter, so I finished the service and reset the reminder. Fuck you BMW and your extortionate costs. As mentioned before, exactly the same thing made by the same company but BMW makes it 50% more expensive. It's a very car like air filter, so was the oil filter.
    In the good old days there used to be just a tank here....

    Last edited by Joao CarvAndy!ho; 24-05-19 at 00:24.

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    Not one for nipping to the shops on.
    http://www.motorcycledaily.com/2019/...ming-from-bmw/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    New lid arrived today, went blue to match bike.
    And so did the air filter, so I finished the service and reset the reminder. Fuck you BMW and your extortionate costs. As mentioned before, exactly the same thing made by the same company but BMW makes it 50% more expensive. It's a very car like air filter, so was the oil filter.
    In the good old days there used to be just a tank here....
    The good old days have never gone away at my house.

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    The planning has started in earnest for my next big cycling adventure; US coast-to-coast, which I aim to start in May next year. My aim is to link the ride to charity, most likely something to do with addiction.

    Any US cousins know of the best resources available? There is a whole range of routes available and I'm erring towards the 'trans-america' route as this is the path most pedalled.

    Last edited by Fitzcarraldo; 17-06-19 at 14:53.

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    That’s a long ride

    Shame Keith isn’t here , I bet he has done it twice
    Backwards


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    ...on a Cargo bike.

    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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    ... Getting blowjobs every 50 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD View Post
    That’s a long ride

    Shame Keith isn’t here , I bet he has done it twice
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    90 days covering 4000+miles. Depending on the route chosen, spans 11-14 states. Part therapy, part purpose. The one I really want is the 'opium trail' but one or two of the countries covered are off-limits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzcarraldo View Post
    90 days covering 4000+miles. Depending on the route chosen, spans 11-14 states. Part therapy, part purpose. The one I really want is the 'opium trail' but one or two of the countries covered are off-limits.



    Would be a bee if a slog and achievement.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD View Post
    That’s a long ride

    Shame Keith isn’t here , I bet he has done it twice
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    Where’d he go? I had a bit of a break and he’s disappeared.

    Oh FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonalair View Post
    Where’d he go? I had a bit of a break and he’s disappeared.
    Chesterfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzcarraldo View Post
    90 days covering 4000+miles. Depending on the route chosen, spans 11-14 states. Part therapy, part purpose. The one I really want is the 'opium trail' but one or two of the countries covered are off-limits.
    Have you done along to7r like that before?

    I'd love to do something similar. 2 week tours have been my limt.

    doyen of boomer energy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redemption View Post
    Have you done along to7r like that before?

    I'd love to do something similar. 2 week tours have been my limt.
    Similar. Maximum (so far) is a 18 day across Turkey east-west. Done a few 8-12 days in Europe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzcarraldo View Post
    The planning has started in earnest for my next big cycling adventure; US coast-to-coast, which I aim to start in May next year. My aim is to link the ride to charity, most likely something to do with addiction.

    Any US cousins know of the best resources available? There is a whole range of routes available and I'm erring towards the 'trans-america' route as this is the path most pedalled.
    Lucky man Fitzcarraldo, one ride I too have had my eye on for years.

    I think this is the official website for cyclists

    https://www.adventurecycling.org/rou...america-trail/

    Crazy Guy on a bike is full of journals by folk who've actually ridden it giving a far greater insight into the challenge you seek to undertake.

    https://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/..._id=21779&v=Ob

    Seeking a bed for the night? Can highly recommend making use of

    https://www.warmshowers.org/

    Hope that helps for starters. Need anything else, just ask.


 

 

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