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Discussion in 'Australia' started by hunter_greyghost, Mar 10, 2010.
Now there's a man that enjoys motorcycling!.........GREAT STORY.
Great story, nice to know that sometimes you get a winner :eek1
I can relate to where he was coming from, good to see he got it back
From a rally a few years back.
Found this @ Nabiac Motorcycle Museum - L5T Yamaha, got one of these little beasts awaiting restoration!
Remember the Suzuki Stinger? About 125 or maybe 150. Twin high exhausts and bright, bright, bright colours! i was may 12 or 13 when they were about. This girl around the corner had one. All I remember is the high pipes, bright colours and big tits!
Never seen a bike with big tits.... Sounds like fun.
See one @ Griffith Classic Ride most years, no big tits though!
me an my '47 Beeza dirt tracker at a bike show down here in Melbourne
A bit of a party at a mate's place on Sat night, we ended up in the garage as usual...
Would they not let the BMW in?
Or do you secretely have a Guzzi.
And change the lighting setting on your camera to fluoro. I've never seen a KTM Orange LeMans before.
More my style of Guzzi, luv them old beasts :eek1
I'm very fussy about where I'll park my bike, wouldn't want to catch anything...
'78 XS650E, nice job of converting, not radical - just common sense
Yamaha YL1. 4 speed. Used it on short circuit back in '68. But I could not stay on it.( I blamed all my falls on the short wheel base) but I just didn't have a clue.
Now proposed as a coffee table talking piece. A few screws & carby's & it's there
Got a big generator/alternator on it! :eek1
Some pics (not by me) from a Black Duck Rally, probably 1985.
Nice photos Dave, have some old ones from '70's Alpine around somewhere, I'll have a look
here's one from '79, Huon Valley, Tassy, probably posted before but shit happens!
Some good loking bikes esp. the round case and lav.
Good effort thanks
Bit intrigued by slowbikes pik. Must be one hell of a bumpy road the bird is ridin. Either that or she is doing something she doesn't really enjoy but must make the effort? Anyway, I am all for the Aussie site for old folks......and their not quite as old equipment. I have fingers crossed my '85 gr650 will survive the roadworthy tomorrow and join the throng.