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Discussion in 'Australia' started by JohnG., Apr 25, 2008.
Having, owned an SS Darmah (howa uncomfortable canna I amake you ride) and a 900 Hailwood Replica (It's a ride day, I'mma not a gonna start) I, too, can now (with the elapsing of time and onset of dementia) see the funny side of this.
PS apologies for the stereotyped language my Dukes spoke.
I feel your pain...in fact I'm still feeling to this day.
A two-up trip Sydney to Tweed and back, on the Darmah in 1979, has a special place in my memory.
A long distance bike it wasn't!
I understand completely. I rode my MHR 2 up to Cairns and back.Had to hot wire it from Marlborough and I sprained my ankle when it kicked me back in front of a bus load of tourists on the way back the bitch. I still love her though
I rode my Darmah from Brisbane to Adelaide back in 1978 and never had a problem.
Didn't break down and I felt fine.
Maybe I'm weird ( geez, left myself open now haven't I ), mind you I was a lot younger, fitter and skinnier.
May be a few others here that resemble your comment.
Darmah's are the comfortable version and I've still got my baby....and yes to the last line
Thought nothing of touring on the 750 Sport way back. Not sure I would enjoy that now days.
So I go and get a 450 single to restore (was mine back in 85) Will see how that is for touring on. I think I know the answer.
If Claude can tour on his old thing you'll be good to go on the Ducati.
But but but (no pun intended)
Backbreak Vs Upright (And yeah I was soft in my yoof as well as now)
That's what I've been lusting after lately. Anyone want to buy a ktm 950 ADV and a Multistrada.
I have a woody.
that is all.
It's those bloody seats!
And the soft C*cks complain about BMW GS seats
Nice. Do you still have it?.