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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Pezz_gs, Apr 8, 2020.
Yup, we all will just have to get on with it...
Remain careful but move forward
I might have to finally do something with the old xs650 I was given about 15 years ago
This may be a little scary
What's the price limit for the scrapheap challenge? Going by the prices being asked for rusted up junk better put a $10000 limit on it
I have wanted to do a scrapheap adventure ride for at least 8 years and the first time it was possible, due to work was 2020.
But during that time I have accumulated enough sub $1000 bikes, I shouldn't need any more.
So I'm told.
But you can never pass up a bargain.
It couldn't end up half as confused as that pair of Ossa twins in the blue thing above.
A thing of true and rare beauty.
Anyone know of a Daihatsu 1L 3cyl diesel lying about?
I was being responsible and not looking for the turbo version.....
What about twin turbo all wheel drive?
I think that unless that thing lifts itself on startup like a Citroen it's failed on all counts.
And what's the mechanical arrangement on the bike?
Looks like hydraulic motor driving front wheel, maybe the same at the rear.
It would be a bugger on roundabouts.
Hydrostatic front and back, read about it here.
It has air bags.
You can read the link above.
I better get one then eh?