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post #231 of 234 (permalink) Old 07-27-2018, 09:56 AM
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Main Motorcycle: 1971 Tiger 650
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Lovely bike. Well done.
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post #232 of 234 (permalink) Old 06-05-2019, 03:16 PM
Main Motorcycle: Bonnie T 100
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Other Motorcycle: Norton P11
Extra Motorcycle: 1957 Matchless G3C
I'll try and bung some in before I get kicked orf again.
Aha! got it. It's all sad stuff. The Trumpet's gone, the Honda's gone, never mind, and the Norton's going next month, c'est la vie..
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post #233 of 234 (permalink) Old 06-06-2019, 12:07 AM
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Main Motorcycle: 2016 Thruxton R
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Location: Pacific Northwest, USA
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Other Motorcycle: 1974 Norton Commando
Extra Motorcycle: 1967 TR6C
1974 Norton Commando 850 Roadster - I've owned it since 1978.

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post #234 of 234 (permalink) Old 06-06-2019, 02:00 PM
Main Motorcycle: 2015 Indian Chief Vintage
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Location: Live outside of Austin, Texas in the Hill Country
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Other Motorcycle: 1979 Triumph Bonneville
Extra Motorcycle: 2004 Triumph America
THIS IS MY LATEST BIKE A 1960'S SEARS 106 cc, I got a few months ago. It was made by Gilera an italian bike maker. Presently Trying to get a spark. Doesn't have or need a battery , not even a key! The tank emblems seem to be always missing, probably removed in shame! I have already bought some shiny emblems to slap on the tank.

This is an example of my first bike in the late sixties, It handled my paper route and my freedom from home!
It is so lightweight, less than 200lbs, I could do wheelies all the way down my block.
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