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Post by Clarkey » 10 Mar 2019, 19:53

J..R wrote:Still here, and still on the Intruder,

Pop on now and again to have a nose but spend a fair bit of time offline when not out taking photo's.
Cheers for the reply, good to hear from you

What size is the intruder? You had it long?

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Re: Fishing for lurkers...

Post by Cabernet » 10 Mar 2019, 20:02

Clarkey wrote:
10 Mar 2019, 19:53
J..R wrote:Still here, and still on the Intruder,

Pop on now and again to have a nose but spend a fair bit of time offline when not out taking photo's.
Cheers for the reply, good to hear from you

What size is the intruder? You had it long?

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He got his 125 Intruder after a tine on Lexmoto cruiser as I recall.

Got be 3.years on the Intruder now John?
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Re: Fishing for lurkers...

Post by J..R » 11 Mar 2019, 11:04

Clarkey wrote:
10 Mar 2019, 19:53
Cheers for the reply, good to hear from you

What size is the intruder? You had it long?

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Its only the baby of the bunch the a k2 Intruder Vl125lc, but compared to the other bikes in the past I definitely wish I would have found one of these when I first passed my cbt years ago.
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He got his 125 Intruder after a tine on Lexmoto cruiser as I recall.

Got be 3.years on the Intruder now John?
It's around 17 months in all, I had the Lexmoto Arizona prior to this for just over 2 years, and apart from a few little problems which have been sorted I really can't complain, I did buy something to lift the bike up last year though which makes cleaning/lubing/maintainence a lot easier as compared to the Arizona it doesn't have a center stand.

On the plus side though it flew through the MOT with a set of "noisy" pipes on it, and only one advisory for a light crack on a fork seal which is getting sorted out soon.

How it was when I first bought it:
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How it is now (needs a clean after riding this weekend to the comic con)
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Post by Stumoores » 11 Mar 2019, 11:05

This fishing thread has netted quite a few now. Good to hear how everyone is doing, even if things may be tougher for some now, the spirit is obviously still present.


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Re: Fishing for lurkers...

Post by finchey63 » 11 Mar 2019, 17:52

Hi everyone.
I've not been around for a while I do keep my eye on the forum now and again.
I've still got my old but loved cbr, I've not really been riding for a couple of years, I've kept the servicing an mot updated.
So hopefully this year I'm going to be getting out a lot more, maybe see some of you out and about. 👍

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Post by Clarkey » 11 Mar 2019, 22:09

J..R wrote:
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Cheers for the details and photos. You sound made up with the bike which is great - still got a soft spot for Yamahas even though I don't currently have one

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Post by Clarkey » 11 Mar 2019, 22:10

finchey63 wrote:Hi everyone.
I've not been around for a while I do keep my eye on the forum now and again.
I've still got my old but loved cbr, I've not really been riding for a couple of years, I've kept the servicing an mot updated.
So hopefully this year I'm going to be getting out a lot more, maybe see some of you out and about. Image
Good to hear from you, and nice to know you still have the bike. It's easy to plan to go out then suddenly it's winter again isn't it. Fingers crossed you get chance this year, an 'old cbr is plenty for anyone, great bikes

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Post by Clarkey » 11 Mar 2019, 22:12

Stumoores wrote:This fishing thread has netted quite a few now. Good to hear how everyone is doing, even if things may be tougher for some now, the spirit is obviously still present.


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Couldn't agree more, it's nice to hear from them and see the forum isn't quite as forgotten as it sometimes seems - let's hope we get a few more posts now with the weather showing signs of picking up

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Re: Fishing for lurkers...

Post by Cabernet » 11 Mar 2019, 22:17

Clarkey wrote:
Stumoores wrote:This fishing thread has netted quite a few now. Good to hear how everyone is doing, even if things may be tougher for some now, the spirit is obviously still present.


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Couldn't agree more, it's nice to hear from them and see the forum isn't quite as forgotten as it sometimes seems - let's hope we get a few more posts now with the weather showing signs of picking up

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Post by lee » 11 Mar 2019, 23:15

Cabernet wrote:
Clarkey wrote:
Stumoores wrote:This fishing thread has netted quite a few now. Good to hear how everyone is doing, even if things may be tougher for some now, the spirit is obviously still present.


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Couldn't agree more, it's nice to hear from them and see the forum isn't quite as forgotten as it sometimes seems - let's hope we get a few more posts now with the weather showing signs of picking up

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They are not "them". We are "us", just some of us have been quieter.

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But you put a “they” label on us......


Its like assuming a gender identity these days....


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