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» Honda Deauville (650) Mirror
Dec 04, 2016 - 8:48 PM - by Dub13
I dropped my bike last week, was tired typical Monday morning and the stand was not fully down so once i got off it dropped. No damage to the bike but the mirror snapped off. Its grand but the bracket connecting it to the bike snapped. Pic below. Anywhere (preferably online) I could pic one of these up...?

Click the image to open in full size.
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» Irish Experts Trial photos
Dec 04, 2016 - 6:05 PM - by oretom
few pics, couple of old yokes out, no idea what they are!
For anyone thats half interested,
LMC Turkey Trial 11th December Belmont Estate Bray Co. Wicklow
The Turkey Trial will take place on Sunday the 11th of December.
Venue Belmont Estate, Bray Co. Wicklow by kind permission of Mr. David Brabazon
Regs and online entry will be available on www.trialsireland.com front page soon.
53°10`00.52"N~6°05'02.99"W

Last Trial before new year, this is non championship, and a team event, so should be a bit of craic, if anybody wants to come along and see what its all about (id bring wellies maybe)
There are 5 lines/grades sportsman,clubman,semi expert,expert and expert... [Read More]
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» Irish Race dates 2017 - SC and Roads
Dec 04, 2016 - 4:56 PM - by Big Man Andy
Time to start making up yarns for her as to why you won't be around that weekend to babysit, cut the grass or suffer the in-laws!

http://www.irishsuperbikeracing.com/...ad-racing.html

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... [Read More]
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» Photos : First year racing 2016 - Thanks Biker.ie
Dec 03, 2016 - 9:45 PM - by budgerman
So I just completed my first year racing and I must say I enjoyed every minute of it. I was chuffed with the results and ended up 2nd in the Southern Championship and 5th in the Masters. Delighted considering it was my first year.
I would definitely recommend it to anybody who is considering it to give it a go and don't look back, you will not be disappointed. The site here is full of great advice, help and knowledge so thanks to Admin and CO for keeping it running and everybody who contributes. If any newcomers for 2017 need any help feel free to PM me and I will help you as best I can just like members here helped me.
So I suppose I would just like to say big thanks to... [Read More]
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» Degreaser. Which one?
Dec 03, 2016 - 5:40 PM - by Budthewiser
Lads I'm cleaning a bike that bought as a winter project but there's a thin lair of brown shit on the engine and wheels that is proving to be a cunt to get off. I've used muc off spray, white spirits, petrol and a steam cleaner but this stuff is a stubborn pain in the arse. It's coming off but I'm at it fuppin hours, Any suggestions.
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» Bloody Clutch
Dec 03, 2016 - 11:24 AM - by MrZero
Hello,

I have a bit of an issue with my 899, I was on a short trip around the south coast, and my clutch cable snapped. Managed to get to a hotel, where I am now rather than at home, by running multiple red lights etc. Now I contacted all the garages I could think of, and it will be Friday my the time a get a new cable.

My question is, I can drive fine and shift up and down the gears without the clutch (as if I have an option now) but how the fcuk do I get going from neutral when stopped?

I had to resort to starting the bike in first to get going which very rough and felt bad for the bike. What is the best way to get the damn thing going from a stop. I have to ride the bike so van etc is not an option, I have too much work to do this... [Read More]
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» Honda Bros 400 whining noise at speed.
Dec 03, 2016 - 1:01 AM - by Kingbot
Hi guys.

New to proper biking (rode Vespa's for years) and recently bought myself an 88 Honda Bros. I find at speed, well, over 40km anyway, there is a whining from the console/front area which stops when I slow down or stop at lights.


Anyone else ever come across an issue like this and if so, how did you solve it? Not too bad at giving things a go if it isn't too complicated.

Thanks a million.

Kingbot.
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» Skunk Lock
Dec 02, 2016 - 10:16 PM - by Puff, the Magic Dragon
8 Replies | 411 Views
» Jawa and Competition motors in Cork
Dec 02, 2016 - 8:16 PM - by Error52
Stumble across this article. Thought it was worth posting

http://www.jawacz.com/Competition%20Motorcycles.pdf
13 Replies | 399 Views
» S1000R Hooring it
Dec 02, 2016 - 2:24 PM - by evok
http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-...on-bmw-s1000rr


Thought he could have maxed it out..........pussy
6 Replies | 635 Views
» Motocross boots
Dec 01, 2016 - 9:42 PM - by gsfdriver
Howya lads?

Looking for motocross boots in Cork any good places to head for?
5 Replies | 287 Views
» Fog....Krunngggg...Ouch!!!
Dec 01, 2016 - 7:43 PM - by dePeatrick
Coming home late other evening...got delayed....fog came down early....outside town straight road taking it handy and a fresian calf standing beside white line with back to me, scrubbed off almost all speed and went to avoid...SOB turned around just as I was about to pass him and hit front wheel full whack....Krunngggg...

Was only doing about 15kph when hit road but right leg trapped underneath bike, passer by (Martin) and friends were quick to lift bike off me....Ok just a few strained muscles....Ouch...

So...Am looking for some parts for as BMW 600F....Right indicator, Mirror, Hand guard, Brake lever.....Battered ego ... [Read More]
24 Replies | 928 Views
» Voting: Bike Pic of the Month November 2016
Dec 01, 2016 - 6:59 PM - by Bruce
Not too many entries this month (surely due to the weather) so list your 3 favourite pics (does not have to be in any order) and list them like so:

1
2
3

Do not vote for your own picture

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...w1ck1IRmxnU3V3

This month's winner will receive a great prize from SuperBikeParts.ie - an LS2 Rookie... [Read More]
32 Replies | 629 Views
» Modified fly wheel for a wee strom
Dec 01, 2016 - 4:33 PM - by mct25
My wee strom wont charge I replaced the flywheel with a used one appeared to fix the problem stopped charging again i am told that the flywheel was modified does any one know when it was modified so the next time i get one it wont go again new one is 350 euro
5 Replies | 269 Views
» Tax with the old brown log book
Dec 01, 2016 - 4:26 PM - by killer
Hi,

anybody taxed a bike on an old brown logbook..? For years I have down it online but I assume with this I have to fill out the old form and go to tax office..?

thx
9 Replies | 373 Views
» 2 Stroke Porting
Dec 01, 2016 - 2:18 PM - by mmcgtk
Is there anyone decent in Ireland that can port a 2 stroke head.(Not just grind out imperfections) but modify the design of the head.

Is a small 125cc head.

I'm pretty sure I might have to send it across the pond to the U.k but I thought I might try this forum first.
7 Replies | 493 Views
» Wimmin on trial(s)
Dec 01, 2016 - 9:01 AM - by Fledermaus
No,not some prison lesbodrama.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1dStzgUqv-c
3 Replies | 356 Views
» GPS/chancy young wan
Dec 01, 2016 - 8:03 AM - by Kawasaki Ste
Could anyone recommend a decent chancy young wan for the bike that won't break the bank.
18 Replies | 629 Views
» 600 Hornet from 2007 Fairings for Track sessions
Nov 29, 2016 - 11:52 PM - by Hornet thriller
Hi Guys,

I'm looking at the moment for some track fairings for 600 Hornet from 2007.

Found anything really on internet, Is anybody having some for sale ? Even if there are not made for the track, please let me know.

Do you know a company or someone who can create them in Ireland or U.K. Though?

Thanks a lot guys
6 Replies | 331 Views
» Cans for the Z1000.. Where to get ?
Nov 29, 2016 - 9:47 PM - by duck67
Hi folks. Anyone know the Best place around Dublin or sorrounding counties to buy and get fitted decent cans for my 2012 z1000. Thanks.
3 Replies | 287 Views
» Cbr 600 engine
Nov 29, 2016 - 9:13 AM - by bigtwin
Well lads there was someone on here selling a cbr600 engine on 18th October does anyone have his phone number please.
3 Replies | 342 Views
» 2000 + cbr 125 or the like any good?
Nov 29, 2016 - 1:32 AM - by ROB95
So suddenly iv found myself with two project bikes, none fit for the road anytime soon would like/need a little runaround (a2 provisional ) I see the likes of the cbr 125 on dungdeal for under a grand and up the years, are they shite? Or any suggestions for something along the likes? The budget isn't too healthy any advice appreciated
12 Replies | 507 Views
» Race clothing, Biker.ie Dsi
Nov 28, 2016 - 10:58 PM - by Cnut the Great
Luke at Unlimited Industries designed a hoody for me recently and I'm very happy with the result.
I'm waiting for a few samples to be sent down in the next weeks or so.
Im aiming to sell some as a bit of a fundraiser for next year but also for a bit of fun, would be cool to see a few around

I spoke to Admin and incorporated a Biker.ie logo.
Also any item of clothing sold I will make a donation to Dsi.

This is the proposed hoody, he will also be doing jackets but I don't have a picture as of yet.


... [Read More]
26 Replies | 1,187 Views
» Garmin 340 LM in Aldi for 199 yoyo's
Nov 28, 2016 - 6:11 PM - by Japcati
Nice pressie for someone out there.
Also Merino wool base layers for the bike.Grand bit of kit,20 yoyo's



Click the image to open in full size.
... [Read More]
17 Replies | 902 Views
» Camchain soft/hollow pin links - what tool(s) do you use ?
Nov 28, 2016 - 4:38 PM - by -alan-
Ok - I started the reassembly of the CB 450 engine. I have a new DID chain, which comes with the soft/hollow-pin link that needs to have the ends splayed to keep the side-plate in place.

Do I need to get a special tool to do it properly, or is there some other manual/pressing technique that will do the job without mangling the tips of the hollow pin ?

Having got this far, it's definitely something I don't want to do a half *rsed job on..
4 Replies | 319 Views
» Honda XR650L cutting out
Nov 28, 2016 - 4:33 PM - by renniks
A few weeks ago, I had the bike cut out on me just as I pulled in to the carpark in work in the morning. Wouldn't restart, so I pushed it up to where I park up, and went in to work. After work, fearing it wasn't going to start, but optimistic that it would, I went out & it started up as easy as any other normal day - sweet! Got home no bother, though only a couple of miles.
Couple of days later, after nipping into town for a few bits, couple more miles, it cut out as I was waiting at traffic lights - again, no restart. Luckily, just around the corner from home, so pushed it back. Next day, restarted no bother.
Bit of searching and I found this article:
... [Read More]
3 Replies | 286 Views
» Hutchy Q&A, book signing Sat 3rd Dec 2016
Nov 28, 2016 - 3:56 PM - by belfez
Might be of interest to some folks: MCE Insurance Ulster Grand Prix has announced it will host Northern Ireland’s only launch of road racing star Ian Hutchinson’s autobiography on Saturday 3rd December at the new Charles Hurst BMW Motorrad Showroom on the Boucher Road in Belfast. Hutchy will participate in a live Q&A followed by book signings at 10.30am and again at 1.00pm, all fans are welcome to attend.

Its unclear if any of his Tyco BMW bikes will be on display.
5 Replies | 370 Views
» Ulster championship trial
Nov 28, 2016 - 1:32 PM - by oretom
Nice location, quarry overlooking belfast lough
stoppie king in photo 3 is only 13..( he's so small he cut the ends of his handlebars)
good to see we had 5 girls out

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...A3UEtmNTdMR0tB
6 Replies | 216 Views
» amount of grit on the roads
Nov 28, 2016 - 12:04 PM - by sharpbikes
Is it just me thats noticed the huge quantities of grit on the roads the last week, washed and waxed the bike yesterday cleaned the chain and went for a spin up the country, within 10 miles the bike was filthy and when i gt to my destination it was coated in shite! chain completely dry covered in grit, youd swear it was used in the sahara i know its better than ice, but jaysus its a disaster for the chain
33 Replies | 1,233 Views
» Bending the rules!
Nov 28, 2016 - 11:16 AM - by bushman
4 Replies | 503 Views
» Painting rims
Nov 28, 2016 - 12:13 AM - by Gixxer21
Hey, looking for some tips for painting rims I have just bought that I plan to use as my wets for trackdays and racing.
They are silver at the min so what I'm wondering is, how much do I need to sand down the silver? or do I just scruff them up before adding primer?

Might be way off here as I havent done this before so if ye could steer me in the right direction. Cheers all
1 Reply | 229 Views
» painting a plastic fuel tank XT600
Nov 27, 2016 - 5:39 PM - by fzr.rider
hey all. wanted yer opinion on trying to get my bike all the one color. i bought a xt600 with super moto wheels and some of ye may remeber i was asking about sorting the handling on it which turned out to be incorrect wheel spacers at the back meaning the back wheel could actually move from left to right.... got it sorted btw.

my question is, as can be seen in the photo, the bike has 3 different shades of blue, as well as a black mud gaurds and headlight unit.
the tank had a warning saying "plastic tank do not paint" so after doing some reasearch that is because the petrol vapours can penetrate the plastic, destroying the paints adhesion from the inside. online is full of people with solutions including using truck bed linner and just keep re applying it.... [Read More]
13 Replies | 463 Views



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