Hey all just wondering does anyone know this place? The brother wants to drop down and look for a winter fixer upper. Bit wary of breakers after reading some old posts on here about certain places so want to check first.
AM NOT SAYING THIS PLACE IS SAME AS ONES IN OTHER THREADS.
The first ten teams on the list have been sent their paperwork! I will be sending it out in batches of ten. Once this first lot have been fully signed up and have sent everything back the next ten will be contacted.
First Ten Teams are:
Crash Test Dummies
Team Big Test Icicles
Team to beat is looking like Ed Manly's again. Ed, Guy Martin, Cody Nally and James Kelly.
Ed will be setting up an autograph booth during the day, "no fat chicks" he says and James Kelly & Cody Nally will be hosting a... [Read More]
SUZUKI is recalling certain model year GSX-R750s and GSX-R1000s over a defective chain adjuster which could cause the chain to fall off.
Recalled bikes include certain 2011-2014 GSX-R750s and 2009-2014 GSX-R1000 motorcycles, affecting 23,000 bikes in the US and 3,752 in the UK.
The Japanese firm’s summary of the recall says: ‘If a gear is missed while upshifting, the strain applied to the drive chain after the next shift may cause the rear axle to move, damaging the left-side drive chain adjuster.
‘If the drive chain adjuster gets damaged, the drive chain may come off causing
Movistar Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi is still motivated to fend off team-mate Jorge Lorenzo in the fight for second place in this year’s MotoGP title chase especially after pipping him to the post at Phillip Island last weekend.
rossi, before he caught the gay
The nine-time world champion has an eight-point lead over Lorenzo with two races left to run while Dani Pedrosa is now left hoping for a Marc Marquez style mistake from the Yamaha duo... [Read More]
I've been thinking of getting a set of leathers a jacket and pants that could be zipped together for weekend blast and maybe daily commuting. I have gear I use daily so this would be in addition.
I made my mind on dainese set.
I am not in a rush or anything and my question is is it better to get something now or in 1-2 months time bearing in mind there would not be used that much or wait till new season? Dainese haev fixed prices so prices would probably ne similar etc??
fook me i just cant help myself, put a nice shiny bike in front of me with a for sale sign and im poking in the depths of the wallet for a few sheckles............
the cuz was selling this yoke that he just got in on a trade, 1993 pan euro with only 24,000 miles, yup 24000mls, tis very nearly mint and i dont mean dungdeal mint, i mean really nearly mint, one mark on the front mudguard and a scuff on the rightside mirror casing - thats it !!, i couldnt resist it, dont like green normally but this was too good to pass up, rides like a new bike, traded in the old pan and gave a few yoyos with it and am fookin delira, pity the weather is shite at the minute, not really getting a chance for a long spin.
cant wait for a sunny day ... [Read More]
Always found myself drooling over stuff on this site. Somethings can be very pricey but spotted a bargain that I want to order but have never heard of anyone ordering from it.
So hoping someone here has some good reviews.
tissues at the ready folks
Flew over very early on Saturday morning, back home yesterday afternoon. It was my first ever time at a track in England. Well set up. Track is fucking amazing, watching it on TV, I never appreciated the elevations, drops and camber of the circuit. It's like a fucking roller coaster. Plenty of good spots to spectate from and a great atmosphere there, just a pity that Kiyo got injured but there was still some great racing to be seen. We did the pit walk on Sunday morning and it was great to see all the racers up close, they were all sound, signing away and having a chat, pictures taken etc. Next year, fuck that flying over bullshit, I'm bringing the bike!!
I have my a2 motorcycle test coming up in Galway in a month, would anyone have tips or advice?
My main worries:
I heard I'll have to go on the Coast Road. I'm a bit nervous about driving at 80kph due the wind, curves of the road and occasional pothole. How strict are they about sticking to the speed limit here? Would I get away with going 70kmh for this stretch.
Any advice for the uturn? Find them fairly hard.
Any other suggestions greatly appreciated. I have a pretext booked but still fairly nervous.
Does anyone know where I could source the following?
I have two of these THK rod ends on a gear shift rod and I've split the rubbers that were holding some grease around them. (Could probably do with replacing one as it's a bit rusty). My local engineering crown have the rod end but no rubber boot. Anyone know where I could get both or just the rubber boots?