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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
Have posted this elsewhere, but it belongs here:
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That is one pretty moto
I know we have banged heads before monsignor Chopper - but I must admit this is an excellent addition to the Adventure World
My old BSA 500
WOW, Aladdins cave. Are they for sale ? I gotta get to Turkey !!!
all for sale!
actually there are lots of airhead GSes (incl. basic and kalahari) and other types of airhead bm s here. If you want I can post some more photos and the contact details of the shop. The owner of the shop sells most of these bikes back to Germany and as you guess he's a rich man by now.
Beautiful bike you got there! I really like what that guy Kenny Dreer is doing at Norton America. If I had the bucks I would have one.
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Thanks Bruce. The Norvil is great fun, but the ergos are a bit stiff for my aging back; this was near the end of a 500mi weekend, and the spasms were intense.
I like the NA 951 as well, though it's a source of great controversy among the traditionalists.
Thanks GT! I keep the fairing in my garage most days, cause with it installed, I get about 8-10 degrees lock-to-lock, a major pain for anything but high speeds and wide open spaces.
I had an RD when I lived in Canada too. Sold it when I moved to the States because my friends told me it wasn't worth taking....
Love the Norvil, but my other Norton appeals more to the traditionalists:
Regretfully, I'll probably be putting Black Beauty up for sale sometime soon, but life must go on.
Shes only 22 years old but i have owned her for 15 years & its still in the shed. EFE cams & a few other bits in the donk, 99 hp at the tyre.
Love those old Kats First real superbike I rode. Makes you feel like a manga comics character
You know it still makes the hair on my neck stand up when your in 3rd & you pop it back to 2nd & open her up to 7000. I once went on a trip with a mate, he was on an 11 kwaka & was an exceptionally fast rider. We rode through the Gibralta ranges for about an 60 miles never getting below 100 mph & often touched 130 mph... I followed him & lost sight of him very quickly & i ran out of fuel about 5 miles out of the next town...she is thirsty at that clip. We used his battery overflow tube to syphon his fuel into a drink can on the roadside.
But i still remember holding that throttle open for ages thinking i was on a missile.
Two Katanas posing together, yet 12,500 miles apart: