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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. ...

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    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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    Mr. Peanut

    Who ruined kiwibiker?

    Thread Starter: Mr. Peanut

    This site used to crackle with activity, now it feels like a graveyard. All went downhill after they banned WINJA :yes:

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    sidecar bob

    RC30 What does this mean?

    Thread Starter: sidecar bob

    I've been stripping a RC30 today to recommission as a post classic race bike. It has these markings on the head. It's probably an engine builders mark. Does anybody know the origins or significance? Thanks.

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    riffer

    Surviving bad crashes

    Thread Starter: riffer

    I don't post on here as often as I used to. The rise of social media has a lot to do with that, but also I've been a bit away from motorcycling. Two years ago today I slammed into the side of a Nissan Navara at a speed between 60 and 80 km/h when its driver pulled out of a driveway into the path...

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    rocketman1

    Being seen. Why is black the favoured colour for motorcyclists?

    Thread Starter: rocketman1

    Black jackets, pants, helmets, is it fashion, or is it cool to be in black and be hard to see. Most motorcycle stores have majority black clothing for sale Hey I have black jackets , pants and boots, I wear this colour only because, it is the main colour the shops sell. BUT, I have a silver...

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    rudolph

    1973 Suzuki TM250 replica

    Thread Starter: rudolph

    I have acquired a 1973 Suzuki TS250 savage in a condition that is not worth restoring, engine looks like it has never been apart, and the thing isn't flogged out in every joint on the frame, but it looks like it has been in a dusty old barn. Someone has offered me $150 for a pile of stuff I have...

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  • 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