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Discussion in 'Australia' started by S2W, Nov 29, 2007.
If riding at night in a group, turn your mirrors out and ride on high beam.
Every bit of light helps
We tried this but sometimes you need something that's in the tank. Can be 2-3 days till they catch up depending on the mission.
Handy advice tho'
I bet there's a few here with tanks, not many places they can't go
very well said mate i agree
only too true...
nice post, raider, but as someone who has lived in a swag for 20 months i can assure you the smell never worries you oser
Exercise your sense of humour at every opportunity.
Serious is for work, riding is for fun..
And like raider says, don't be that arsehole that everyone in town remembers.
I like your work Raider
So true..... and when there are 'problems at home' this becomes even worse.
just be cool man
Don't act like a wanker just cos you ride a bike
the locals hate it
it makes the rest of us look like dickheads........
and we need more of that like i need more ketamine
(want and need are very different btw)
Some wise words of wisdom given to me some years ago by an old Californian biker by the name of Tom. One I alwas use when people ask "Why are we filling up again."
If your going to ride on half a tank of fuel.
Make sure it's the top half.
mmmm, Joff how long was it since you had been riding :eek1
Don't use your sidestand on an off camber road & make sure you know where your cat is at all times.
Ah, it's not you I'm worried about, mate - it's the poor bastards you're riding with
I get the bit about the sidestand , am puzzled about the cat.
Unless it was a pussy joke?
Maybe the cat was hiding in the 'engine bay' of a giant land yacht
I generally try and get the flat fixed as soon as I stop, while everything is still warm and pliable... then maybe a cup of tea time.
If you put it down the road , run / limp straight to the bike and pick it up while you are feeling no pain and the adrenalin is still pumping - leave it 10 minutes and you will be too sore, weak and shocked to get it back on its wheels.
And #1 on the advice to keep the tank as close to full as possible at all times, that way if you do get a serve of bad fuel it will be diluted to something that will still work not to bad.
If it Jams force it if it breaks it needed replacing anyway!!
Never eat anything bigger than your head,