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    TZ350

    ESE's works engine tuner

    Thread Starter: TZ350

    . This is Thomas a Vietnamese race mechanic, you know that place where they have all those hot 50's and 125's are big bikes. Thomas, ESE's Race Team's Tuner is fettling number 9. adjusting the port timing for Taupo. Its hard to see but he has taped a degree wheel to the magneto flywheel...

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    Rcktfsh

    Optimistic sellers

    Thread Starter: Rcktfsh

    This trader must be pretty hard to outdo as far as optimism goes. Bike has been on the market for a year now, wonder when the penny will drop he''s dreaming at that price. You'd have thought after a year he might have got round to the little bit of tlc required to get running. ...

    Last Post By: F5 Dave Yesterday, 21:24 Go to last post
    The_Dover

    South Auckland Thursday Night Ride

    Thread Starter: The_Dover

    Alright then you homo's in order to save a 100km round trip to the Albany Pub and avoid the attention of the filth I'm organising a South Auckland Thursday Night Ride. Organising being a loose description. I have a route in mind, sadly I don't know where the pubs are around south yet but I will...

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    husaberg

    Oddball engines and prototypes

    Thread Starter: husaberg

    As the title says........

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    merv

    MotoGP 2020

    Thread Starter: merv

    Okay I'll start the new year's thread this time to save jellywrestler doing it. So Alex Marquez is now confirmed as Marc's team mate at Repsol Honda. It will be interesting to see how he goes in the first tests later today as he hasn't really set the other classes alight like his older brother...

    Last Post By: F5 Dave Today, 13:19 Go to last post
    Haufen

    the clean two-stroke thread

    Thread Starter: Haufen

    As our beloved two-strokes are likely to disappear in the not so distant future, this thread shall serve as pool a for anything clean two-stroke related. The goal of this thread is to provide information, share the latest news and publications on two-stroke technology and discuss possible ways...

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    RDJ

    Rode a trike today

    Thread Starter: RDJ

    ...Spurred by the fact that my THJR has been put off again, thanks Covinda. Knowing that a change from two wheels to three was in the wind, I've previously ridden trikes so the handling especially steering was not a total surprise. (Late model) Harley Triglide. Interesting (from my...

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    BarryM

    Helmet cam / bike cam

    Thread Starter: BarryM

    Hi everybody, First post from beginner rider... I am looking for advice on helmet cam or bike mounted cam. Helmet mounted? Frame/bars mounted? Battery operated or hard wired? Also any advice on quality makes?

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    old slider

    Sidecar suggestions

    Thread Starter: old slider

    Hey guys, Feb 2013 I had a dream to get a sidecar built for my rickety and quickly aging body and also enable me to pick up my grandkids from school once they start, I had nearly two years before the eldest one started. I now have two grandkids at the school, one will be starting her 3rd...

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    Ngunguru massive

    Fxdf rear tyres

    Thread Starter: Ngunguru massive

    2009 Fat bob and eats rear tyres for breakfast had the dunlop the metzeler me880 and me888 , the metzelers only lasting a few thousand kms. Don't get me wrong I'm after performance over longevity but these are ridiculous, anyone got suggestions (other than slowing down), I'm thinking of trying the...

    Last Post By: old slider Yesterday, 21:49 Go to last post
  • Pink Ribbon Ride 2019

    The 16th Pink Ribbon Ride is on Sunday 6 October 2019

    All motorcycles, trikes and scooters are invited to this amazing event that proudly supports the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.

    Badges are $20

    Go to www.FaceBook.com/pg/PinkRibbonRide/Events to register.

    The ride will depart from the Auckland Netball Centre, St Johns at 10.30am sharp and end at Western Springs Stadium.

    There'll be coffee, a sausage sizzle and raffle tickets for sale.

    Further info at www.FaceBook.com/pg/PinkRibbonRide or contact Julie 021 614 646, email julie@neale.co.nz

    Looking forward to seeing you there.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Pink Ribbon Ride 2018 started by Julez View original post