Brand Anti-Affiliation

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Re: Brand Anti-Affiliation

Post by lee » 19 Feb 2018, 19:58

Stumoores wrote:I got T boned in the first one. 11 years later I tried again lost the front end in Trafford Park. It has no rationale other than, I've only had 2 and been hospitalised both times.

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Sounds more like the bikes have a stumores anti affiliation!!


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Re: Brand Anti-Affiliation

Post by Stumoores » 19 Feb 2018, 20:35

Never even been close to any mishaps on any other brand.

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Post by Cliff » 20 Feb 2018, 07:52

For me it’s Kawasaki.
It probably stems back to when my lad was getting into riding. He had a few dirt bikes, but the KL200 was a dog. I was fixing it constantly. Then one day it put him in hospital with concussion, so it had to go. (Goody was with us when it happened.)
My mate has a bike shop and said most of his work is Kawasaki's. He reckons they should stick to tractors 😁

Now I know the new ones are amazing and win races, but I still never look at them.

BTW, you are all wrong about GSXRs and their owners. Salt of the earth, every one of them ... 😂


Anyway, I’ve sold it.
It's all about the TT ....


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