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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...

    Last Post By: Frits Overmars Today, 12:36 Go to last post
    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, 20:30 Go to last post
    Autech

    MotoGP 2021

    Thread Starter: Autech

    Okay I'll start the new year's thread this time to save Merv doing it. Got a big shuffle in teams for this one boys, lets hope Ducati have finally cracked on to a good combination with Miller and Bags after so many years. I'm also hoping Aprilia will have fixed their engine gremlins from...

    Last Post By: mulletman Today, 19:34 Go to last post
    F5 Dave

    Broken bones; A-weight-ting is the hardest paart

    Thread Starter: F5 Dave

    3 months. I hadnt really gone more than a week without riding a bike since I was 17. 3 bleeding months, it sucks. All for a silly fall on the slowest corner of the track in practise. 6-8 weeks they said for broken clavicle. Yer kiddin! Sheesh. But 3 months on & its still broken. ...

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    el chupacabra

    Yamaha RZ/Banshee build

    Thread Starter: el chupacabra

    Hello, long story short after years of owning RGV250s and having a couple of seizures chasing performance i decided to hack up my frame and fit a set of banshee cases i got from the states knowing that they had more potential for a lightweight race bike. (just for track days and the odd club races)...

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    Jeeper

    New bike recommendation

    Thread Starter: Jeeper

    Thinking about changing my bike. Bought the BMW G310GS about 3 years ago purely for commuting as it was really comfortable for my size. COVID took care of the commuting problem (mostly work from home now). What I was looking at now is something that can actually do some out of city travelling...

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    jim.cox

    Well done, lads!

    Thread Starter: jim.cox

    Well done, lads! https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/motorcyclist-clocked-ludicrous-220kmh I've done 220 on an unlimted german Autobahn - and I know how far you have to be looking down the road and how fast things happen - can't imagine what that would be like on a kiwi country road. Plus...

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    dangerous

    OMG... Dangerous is a newbe

    Thread Starter: dangerous

    yip... hey its gotta be better than putting a hiviz vest on and joining the ulysses off the sports bikes and onto a adventure bike, after getting into trail riding a year ago it got me thinking about a more comfy bike to tour on and take alternative routs like I do in the 4wd... so here goes...

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    crshbndct

    ANother bike reccomendation thread.

    Thread Starter: crshbndct

    6'2" 105kg.(but losing weight rapidly at the moment) Have around 10k to spend. Currently riding a ZXR250, which is obviously not the best for me, given the age and mileage. I like the riding position, maybe something a fraction less crouched. My wife is quitting work soon to have a baby, so...

    Last Post By: Southern scratcher Yesterday, 23:01 Go to last post
    Wrestler

    Compact sleeping bag

    Thread Starter: Wrestler

    Hi, I am planning a big trip next summer and my wife has decided she will come along on the back. This puts a premium on space. Can anyone recommend a compact sleeping bag for touring? Well now have to get 2 in our kit.

    Last Post By: FJRider Today, 16:09 Go to last post
  • Bodir

    by Published on 8th December 2009 13:17
    1. Categories:
    2. Protests

    Updated 17/12

    Recent events have changed nothing, we are still going ahead with the "Who's Next" campaign

    What:

    Meet at Viaduct Habour (the car park in the centre, past the Maritime Museum) using up all the available car parks.
    Have some biker friendly food and drink in the area while educating the public.
    Ride up Queen Street. (Route TBC)
    Deliver Christmas Cards and Presents in smaller groups.

    When:

    Saturday 19th December

    Meeting Viaduct 7:30 am
    Rollout Viaduct 10 am

    What else:

    Please send me names and addresses for presents. Still room for more

    Theflash is printing out some Christmas cards. Thanks!!!!

    CrAzYMoFo is supplying the coal. Good on ya!!!!

    PrincessBandit is supplying the oranges. Sorry you can't make it yourself.