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Discussion in 'Australia' started by BigM, Apr 17, 2007.
thanks notsoblas'e, will look into that. definitely on the list of adventures to do.
I have been away for too long and am looking forward to Thursday's "meeting" and also for the 9th March ride. Be good to catch up with everyone. Looking forward
We'll see you there tonight guys!
A few of us will be there from 6.30pm.
first over night rider report.
Ride took in 866kms in 2 days from adelaide to loxton, then pinnaroo via Border track. Then onto Lameroo south into Ngarkat to Tintinara and home.
for full report and pics.
Great work with your ride report Rich, good to see more camera work.
May catchup soon
sounds like a good fun ride.
I'll be there
This one will be more suited to your bike, you'll have a ball, just bring plenty of water.
Will be good to catch up again.
See if you can talk Peter K's. in coming too.
OK here's the go, I'll be doing the ride from:
Windy Point Lookout, Sunday morning meet 7.30am depart 7.45am
so if anyone wants to join me I'll see you there.
Temps will be cooler down south 18 - 30C at Yankalilla with dust clearing winds
Return journey for dust clearing beers at Stirling 18 - 31C
Hi Kym(BIG THANK YOU FOR PUTTING IT TOGATHER), Charlie, Michael, Ian, David, Scott, Dave, Jason and John,
Thank you for being fantastic riding buddies and look forward to ride again with you guys. I can only upload one file. I do not know how to upload muiti pics.
PS: Dave, check out this web site. http://cariboucases.com/store/?name=Catalog&mode=i&item=000063 the freight is very cheap, less than USD200.00 so the whole package is less than USD500.00 delivered. Call me @ 0400 816 598 to view the cases.
All the guff here
Well lads I've gone and done it! I flew to Sydney on the red eye flight Saturday morning. By 10.30am I was makin tracks out of town on this baby...
First impressions from a long trip:
- WOW! What a bike! Smiles for Miles!
- Seat is a little tough on the arse.
- Did I mention the sound!?!?!?!?! Music to my ears!
I had one minor/major problem on the way home... fuel... leaking... :eek1 The breather on the right hand side tank that links it to the left tank was leaking from around the grommit. So when the bike is full/near full under heavy acceleration fuel would seap from around the grommet and run down the side of the bike. It's made a bit of a mess of the clear protective film over the stickers and left marks on other parts of the guards and tank..
I'll get it sorted when it goes in for it's 15000km service in a week or so. Dunno if anything can be done on a warranty level in regards to the marks on the guards and tank...?
Anyways it's off to Regency Park tomorrow to get the ID check done and transfer the rego over.
The best way I can relate the purchase of this bike to you is... It's like getting a drop dead georgous new girlfriend - you don't need to be riding her all the time... just looking at her keeps you satisfied at times too!
Congratulations 1WD & safe riding
Awsome ride 1WD, all the best and enjoy.
Just to prove how small Adelaide is...
When I was at Regency Park getting the ID check done, Paul the original (first) owner was there having a check done on another bike he'd also got from NSW. What a spin-out. :huh :eek1
Best part is, is that he's got some bits and pieces from the bike still that he will give me..
See it's not all bad Adelaide being a small place..
I was originally going to ask if that was Goldfinger's old bike - then I saw the NSW reg and thought that it couldn't have been
Have a search around for posts by Goldfinger and you'll find some history to your bike
One step ahead of you there Sir! Did the pre-purchase scout before I commited.
Hmmm... it's 40 odd degrees outside... and I still want to go riding the bike.
A testiment to how great this bike is or just how crazy I am.......... :huh
Anyone up for a ride to Victor this arvo??
Congratulations on the purchase Aaron..