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Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by Night Falcon, Jun 18, 2013.
I was obviously late to the party. Cool guy though.
Watched this last night. Impressed with the tech available on a 250 (me ignorant of these tings).
Nice bike. It's twice the price of a new Beryl the Yellow Peril but quite possibly is twice as good.
So would you have that as well as your current WR?? Or instead of?
I'm looking at a lot cheaper <5k. It would be as well as, different tool for a different job. Probably going to be a 450, it's got to be different to the WR. The WR is heavier than all the 450 enduro/motorcross tackle with half the go...
There's a few used 250F's out there but they often look pretty scruffy and I'm not sure if I want to take on a very high revving 250 that may or may not have been looked after. I figure that 450's perhaps don't get worked as hard all the time and there appear to be quite a few nice ones around that have "only been trail ridden."
Thought I would just post this video. French Pass , Bulwer and Titirangi bay.
Might be useful for study. Episode two is been worked on , that Is Golden bay.
Hope it works.
How to take the dog for a walk.....Marlborough styles...
Anybody down there know this guy? His other videos are interesting, repairing old tractors, graders, dozers etc.
I like it that he did not drown out the braap braap with music, that made that clip so much more interesting.
Very cool, great country to ride
That's bloody good...
If your squeamish don't watch this there are 5 videos episode 2 is where all the action starts
Be interesting to see how the T700 come out of it
Pia is out riding pillion to get used to bikes again and Kenneth is back in hospital with an abscess in his abdomen but walking the corridors of the hospital.
The T700's are still in the shop.
just watched ep2
i thought they were a bit exuberant racing through those muddy puddles
99% of the time muddy puddles are fine but if you are expecting to ride through hundreds....
Would take a lot of time to make that. Very clever.
I think it said 500 hours in the video description!
Crikey! Another CRM...
A guy turned up with 2 postie bikes at a recent Vinduro. They left me in the dust, lol.
One for you @Box'a'bits although you have probably seen it. A piece of video artistry. How are you doing?