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    Posted: 27 Apr 2015 at 15:44
Here's my 1979 R100RT, at Doel in Belgium, an abandoned village on the sea...



Harley FXST (1989)
Harley FLHS (1989)
BMW R1150GS (2003)
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got to love a twin..

 
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Here's mine, a 1994 900 Monster that I've had from new.
 
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The WR was a fab, revvy, 5 valve and just over 100kg. The monkey was a 'big valve', cammy 150 and a lot lighter! Both completely different to the LM but both loads of fun!
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That's the daughter on the NC30 and me CBR600F which I px'd for the V7
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Here are mine;
 


 
I like twins...   Thumbs Up


Edited by Dukedesmo - 11 Feb 2018 at 18:27
Le Mans 2
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Ducati M900
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Current:

'Generic Sportsbike #116' aka 2003 Yamaha YZF-R6.


Zontes Panther ZT125-8A


Previously owned a 1989 Yamaha FZR1000RW ExUP, 1982 Suzuki GSX400FX which never ran, Yamaha RXS100N and a Chinese step thru called a Haotian Swift, as well as another couple of Guzzis.  Technically I also owned 2 Vespas my mother left me in her will, a 1969 Primavera VMA2 and a PK100, but I didn't ride either.
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For all your engineering- ultrasonic and aquablasting needs see WWW.bike-aquablasting.co.uk
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Here's mine:


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Originally posted by Mopar Pete Mopar Pete wrote:


Here's mine...

Beautiful... can't beat an Evo Thumbs Up
Harley FXST (1989)
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Thanks, it's very well sorted and a pleasure to ride - well, putter about on despite the 40 degree rake......a bit different to the 1100 Sport Injection.....It would seem that I have very diverse tastes, but always a "V" Twin!!!!
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1951 Gilera 150 Turismo. Given to me in boxes when I lived in Italy, and I restored it. Good fun to ride, very slow and girder forks mean you have to watch the potholes.




Guzzi lover doing my own thing: http://www.italianmotormagazine.com
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Outside your house ? 😉😉
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Here's one of my others-currently the only one in one piece-a 2006 GSX1400 with impossible to photograph holographic metalflake paintwork! Love this bike, bought it new and I would find it very difficult to part with it Smile
 
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Lovely bike.
Like the engine guards had them on our Suzuki GS500. Saved it on the first day.
Even short arses like me could ride them 1400's they had a low seat.
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