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    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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    Thread Starter: speedpro

    #6 is dead. Long live #6. After 17 years.

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    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...

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    Royal Enfield Interceptor

    Thread Starter: Voltaire

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    Help choosing my bike

    Thread Starter: Modestep15

    Hi all!, I am currently on a 2016 MT07 (LAMs) and I have gotten my full through CBTA (just waiting till June to get it), I'm in a bit of a dilemma on what bike I want to get. I will be commuting about 40kms each day for about 4 days a week in urban streets (maybe a few kms on the motorway but...

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    Where is John Brittens Ducati

    Thread Starter: lozz900

    Who knows the whereabouts of John Brittens pre Aero ducati racebike ?. Tim Hannas book makes several mentions of it, yet I can find no recent photos or information.. Is this it ?

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    RIP Lee Hurley

    Thread Starter: jellywrestler

    ole Lee Hurley fell off his perch in the last few days.There's a man who lived ate and breathed motorcycles and rolled up his sleeves so we could all have fun. Thinking outside of the box was his forte, remember his events, the Sir Walter Rally, the Thousand Milers etc

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    DR200 kickstart

    Thread Starter: nseagoon

    I'm doing something wrong here. DR200 I'm rebuilding. When i install the clutch cover the kickstart shaft rotates when i manually rotate the engine. It then ratchets when i rotate the kickstart shaft clockwise again. I can hold it in place with no force but it rotates with kickstart lever...

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    Pakuranga Hwy - Ti Rakau intersection slippery?

    Thread Starter: dralex

    Does anyone find the Pakuranga Highway - Ti Rakau intersection extremely slippery? I was in the rain yesterday, behind a car at the traffic lights turning right on the Pakuranga Hwy. When it turned green I followed the car and my back wheel just started spinning and I almost ended up across the...

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  • chanceyy

    by Published on 15th March 2012 18:50

    hi posting on Behalf of Adam Foster (email )

    As you may be aware, our father (Malcolm Foster KB: Et Al) passed away over the weekend in the Cliff Hanger hill climb. He was a avid user of your website and thought (quote) "facebook is for pussies". There are many like him that only used KB for networking and therefore are probably still many awaiting his funeral details.

    We are requesting if you can post his Funeral details on your homepage so others like Malcolm can see it when they log in. The official details & event info are on a facebook page under "tribute to malcolm foster" but here are the basic details.

    Ceremony is to be held at the North Porirua Baptist Church, Whitby.

    Saturday 17th March 10am

    Welcoming a bike escorted ride following the hearse and his 4 sons to the crematorium after the service. With the opportunity to reflect and for the family to meet Malcolm's friends and acquaintances at the Sand Bar in Mana after the service.

    More details on the day.

    Foster Family.
    by Published on 19th January 2012 20:37

    Below is a charity ride one of my work colleagues is arranging if anyone is interested in joining in for part or all of the ride from Bluff to Cape Reinga

    For the love of my Brother - Motorcycle Bluff to Cape Reinga - Waitangi ...
    by Published on 17th October 2011 20:26
    1. Categories:
    2. Club Rides,
    3. Club Events

    The Woodville Lions Club 19th Annual Suzuki Coast to Coast Ride on December 10th goes from Himatangi beach via Woodville to Akitio Beach. Registration is at Himatangi at 9.15am. with the ride departing at 10.15am.

    The entry fee is $20, which includes a light BBQ lunch in Woodville. There is a light Breakfast available at Himatangi (user pays).

    At the end of the day there are spot prizes and a meal available for $12

    Wear your High Viz gear to be in to win petrol vouchers.

    Accommodation is available at the Akitio Beach Camping Ground, bookings are essential, Ph/fax 06 374 3450

    Part of this event is a rural ride, please take care.

    For further information, ph Mike James 0274 456 594.

    All proceeds to Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter