I'll service his Aston Martin fleet at my certified workshop, Notdodgy. At Notdodgy we're not dodgy like all the other dodgy mechanics, you just hand over keys and "Ill bring the car back" to you fully serviced
More truth that it is not only Chinese Notruns that take our money but companies like Norten that promise big, deliver little.
Two times in 60 years of bike buying I put money down on a bike that wasn't quit ready for the road. First Kenny Dreer took my deposit only to let me know no bike was coming, gave my money back.
Next Motus, lent money to family for down payment. When California delayed delivery for pollution equipment, got his/my money back.
Found Triumph America in 1995, yeah, hic ups, poor dealers, ect but brother in law still has 1996 Thunderbird I gave him, brother has given his grandson 98 Trophy and I have several 99s still running.
New Nortons never finished one type of bike from conception to warranty work that didn't get delayed time wise or mechanical reliability wise.
Just our of curiosity, here is a list of bikes I have owned, some not long, some longer. Put your list underneath.
1. Yamaha YB100
2. Honda H100S
3. Honda CB125
4. Kawasaki Z200
5. Yamaha XV250's (bought brand new)
6. Yamaha XV535's
7. Yamaha FZR600
8. Honda CBR600
GM has just announced the end of iconic Australian car brand Holden. One of the key reasons given was that GM are exiting the Right Hand Drive market. What does this mean for the British Isles? Any rumblings or press coverage over there?
Now, I don't know if this is restricted just to London, but I really needed to vent about scooters and drivers in a Toyota Prius.
Let's start with the easy one. Drivers of Toyota Prius' are always SO. DAMN. SLOW. I know it can be frustrating being on a bike stuck behind a slow moving vehicle...
When I was doing research as to which big boy bike I wanted to buy once I had my full licence, I initially tried to find out which year of the Bonneville modern classics range would be the best to buy. I never did find out an answer to that questions, but I did come across an article on Bennetts...
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