Back on the road again

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Back on the road again

Post by J..R » 05 Dec 2020, 10:17

Hello,

Before its mentioned, yep I'm still on L plates!!! hopefully this year now that work has picked up I'll be able to get them removed at somepoint!

Bike is currently 6 weeks old & is a little Hanway Black Cafe Racer 125

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Post by Clarkey » 06 Dec 2020, 08:32

J..R wrote:Hello,

Before its mentioned, yep I'm still on L plates!!! hopefully this year now that work has picked up I'll be able to get them removed at somepoint!

Bike is currently 6 weeks old & is a little Hanway Black Cafe Racer 125

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Nothing wrong with L plates mate, bet you're doing more milage than most of us

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Post by J..R » 07 Dec 2020, 17:32

Clarkey wrote:
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Nothing wrong with L plates mate, bet you're doing more milage than most of us

Hope you're enjoying the bike Image
The bikes booked in for its first service at 600 miles on the 22nd, just over 8 weeks since I picked her up!

Currently sat on 489miles with being used daily for work!

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Post by Cabernet » 11 Dec 2020, 21:26

That's certainly a move in the right direction JR. Much friendlier on the figure 8s I bet.
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Post by J..R » 31 Dec 2020, 07:35

Cabernet wrote:
11 Dec 2020, 21:26
That's certainly a move in the right direction JR. Much friendlier on the figure 8s I bet.
It definitely is for sure, only problem so far I've had is a fecked inner tube due to potholes on the industrial estate that I work in :(

Was due to go in for its service on the 22nd, but the mechanic had to self isolate so its still awaiting it (want to keep the warranty intact), and now with the mechanics place being in tier 4 and halton being in tier 3, it looks like the service is going to have to wait.

Its currently sat with a decent cover on and coated with ACF50 whilst I'm working from home though.

Perhaps it may make an appearance at 3 sisters if the events still go ahead next year.

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Post by rumpoldstilskin » 30 Jan 2021, 10:46

I love the look of these Hanways, nearly bought a salvaged one from Copart last summer but couldn't get registered in time (was only paint damaged) well crafted bikes IMHO, don't really need ewt more for where we live, love the model you have too, rode the scrambler type and although great the knobbly tyres made my junk numb

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Post by J..R » 14 Jun 2022, 20:03

Unfortunately the bike no longer looks like that, as per my post in general it was stolen nearly 2 weeks ago this week.

It has been found but its not worth claiming on the insurance for as the excess is £1150 on a £1750 bike.

From seeing it in the flesh and knowing that you are unable to get major parts for it (snapped frame underneath the engine & subframe) it now looks like this.
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I do have another bike though!
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