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Discussion in 'Australia' started by OldOzy, Jul 8, 2009.
Photoshop special, and not a very good one at that. I prefer her in B&W though
I like Strong women and Pink BM's are ok.
Anyone know what the extra bit of frame is for, i had a 90s, i've never seen it before.
I'm just a learner, I'll try do better next time.
The mind boggles at what that zip is for ??
It's a frame brace. Common on early boxer racers all 'round the world.
what set of hills in WA are they bootlace??
Wasn't in that condition on Saturday but did clean up a bit better for racing on Sunday of the weekend just gone.
But yep, sure is a nice example
Thanks for all the wonderful pics you put up.....
Do you know what it stopped or was for ?..
My 90s never shook her head, did a lot of travelling on her and between trips it was used as a paddock bike.
Never felt her flex.
It was to stop the frame flexing. It connects the swinging arm mount with the steering head better.
It may not be noticeable on the road, but on the track those frames flex pretty bad.
Is that your bike?? I may have a few more pics if you want me to post them.
My beautiful old GPz, killed by a 4wd about 3m on the wrongside of the road. Rust in pieces.
Gone are the days, when I use to have hair
Same bike and rider on the road to Arakaroola and the Alce in 78'
And one for Touring Dave
Lake Harry Ruin in the mid 80's. A bit of fencing wire can fix just about anything.
Same bike the following year
A couple of sidecars built in the garage at home. Late 80's
camping on that