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Old 08-26-2010, 04:56 AM   #1936
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off topic....

anyone watched jery_c cannonrock on ewetoob?

pertty funky...

the original is worth a listen too...

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Old 08-26-2010, 05:02 AM   #1937
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well shite man!!! that 'd be about the coolest thing ever....

where did ya get it?

trilbys are rare these days...
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Yeah I know, but they dont travel well by mc.

Brands Exclusive, dont let your missus go there got some nice touring shirts there too.

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Old 08-26-2010, 05:05 AM   #1938
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Yeah I know, but they dont travel well by mc.

Brands Exclusive, dont let your missus go there got some nice touring shirts there too.

https://www.brandsexclusive.com.au/u.../login/?next=/
damn you man i need a referral.....


or theres the "waiting list"

not my scene this waiting thing.

fish

currently listening to "the barber of seville"
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:57 PM   #1939
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this thread is in need of a few bike pics and no better place to start than this wicked BMW



ahh, at last excellent bike taste! well done ma'am. this looks remarkably like sheryl 'cept i jettisoned the corbin after the inmates caned me for it.

pardon me for gloating, inmates:

SMALL WHITE R65


So it began about here about 20 months back



Hadn't attended too many rallies. And sometimes there was a bit of this



Jettisoned









So ...



Here's my yoke.



the clock



From underneath/beind



the foot brake



the left foot peg



Note the triangular assembly purpose built to hold the peg (it's adjustable too!)



That black disk on the right is the keyless ignition sensor. you get near it with your magic little circle and presto, she fires up.



This is the battery under the saddle, looking back at the bike, You can see the carbon fibre box we had made to replace the air filter unit.



Here's the battery from the other side looking down the bike.



Here's a view of that air filter filler-up'erer




The new fuel tap with a mechanical temp built into the dip stick



Note the metal fuel line



A wider shot of the teft hand side with the pods



Those carbies are faultless i tells ya. Start every time on cue.



And on the other side



A noble entry into the 59 club ...



Note the italian tarrozzi fork clamp and english made mirrors (so nice in the felsh)



And the italian indicators, very old skool. she looks loooong



Saddles been cut down and gel inserted. manx style. + new springs








Other side









Nice italian tail light under the cowel










Now for the overview, to end this love affair of mine











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Old 08-26-2010, 08:48 PM   #1940
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Very nice! You have done a nice job, but why wasn't it at the OCR so the boy's could test it's burnout quality at the pub.
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Old 08-27-2010, 12:14 AM   #1941
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Shmerel, Nice!

That is a beautiful bike Shmerel!
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Old 08-27-2010, 01:07 AM   #1942
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Yeah good stuff Shmerel

It was great to watch it come together in Olds Cool

'Hacks' is the one to watch now, so many Oz versions starting including your own.

Clancy
Dave
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to name a few others, keep up the good work, blokes
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Old 08-27-2010, 01:11 AM   #1943
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Guys, this is the "Aussie OFF TOPIC Chat Thread"..






















Any more of this "On Topic" shit and i`ll have to dump it..
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Old 08-27-2010, 01:21 AM   #1944
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Gross departure from the rules...

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Guys, this is the "Aussie OFF TOPIC Chat Thread...

Any more of this "On Topic" shit and i`ll have to dump it..


Poor Nev... the kids always play up on the relief teachers... don't they?
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Old 08-27-2010, 01:56 AM   #1945
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Guys, this is the "Aussie OFF TOPIC Chat Thread"..






















Any more of this "On Topic" shit and i`ll have to dump it..


Be careful fellas Any more of this talking about bikes in here and
the mods will be out of a job
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Old 08-27-2010, 02:31 AM   #1946
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Guys, this is the "Aussie OFF TOPIC Chat Thread"..

Any more of this "On Topic" shit and i`ll have to dump it..
So how are the paper weights going Nev and BTW I think I'm being stalked!!!!
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Old 08-27-2010, 02:38 AM   #1947
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ok blokes I want to tell you about the new diet sweeping the working world. It's called the Chillian deep dirt diet


It consists of
1. being buried alive for four months
2. being sustaind by food in a tube
3. exercising underground - mmm start digging boys
4. learning how to climb out of a 90 cm wide pipe in three months time.


I think it is time to say a prayer for these men - just the thought of being in a large crowd scares me - imagine being buried alive under tonnes of rock in a space the size of your average living room WITH 30 PLUS others- and knowing you will have to keep your sanity for three to four months - without daylight, sanitation, family, personal space, and no bikes.


May God help them.
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Old 08-27-2010, 02:40 AM   #1948
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ok blokes I want to tell you about the new diet sweeping the working world. It's called the Chillian deep dirt diet


It consists of
1. being buried alive for four months
2. being sustaind by food in a tube
3. exercising underground - mmm start digging boys
4. learning how to climb out of a 90 cm wide pipe in three months time.


I think it is time to say a prayer for these men - just the thought of being in a large crowd scares me - imagine being buried alive under tonnes of rock in a space the size of your average living room WITH 30 PLUS others- and knowing you will have to keep your sanity for three to four months - without daylight, sanitation, family, personal space, and no bikes.


May God help them.
Amen. Like spending more than an hour in Gad's company. God help them.
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Old 08-27-2010, 02:45 AM   #1949
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Be careful fellas Any more of this talking about bikes in here and
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From your mouth to Gods ears..
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Old 08-27-2010, 03:03 AM   #1950
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