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Post by Clarkey » 07 Sep 2019, 23:32

Barts dad wrote:Used to be great. Spoiled by one or two knob heads
It did used to be great for sure. Even with the recent fewer posts I still like checking in, just a shame more people don't join in or start discussions as you can see from the members list there are quite a few logging in

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Re: NWB

Post by cupidstunt » 08 Sep 2019, 11:09

pip wrote:
07 Sep 2019, 19:50
cupidstunt wrote:
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Hi Pip

Think Cabinet has packed his bags and left he has been conspicuous by his absence.
bloody hell you two were like Ali and Frazer
That's right but someone had to keep him in his place but i know that he did love me. :D
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Post by Cabernet » 06 Oct 2019, 17:43

pip wrote:
01 Sep 2019, 18:17
Image
That Guzzi has handlebars now (not clip ons).
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Re: NWB

Post by pip » 18 Oct 2019, 11:54

Cool how's it going kev ,long time no see

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Post by Cabernet » 19 Oct 2019, 11:53

pip wrote:
18 Oct 2019, 11:54
Cool how's it going kev ,long time no see
Was out with a fellow Guzzista the other week for a lunch. Also with @Trev a fortnight back to Sleap airfield. Did two days through France for a 4 day rip round the Picos and the Santander ferry back. Been doing the Pennine Guzzista breakfast meets and a few tootle after. Two Cadwell trackday. That's been it really. Got a Guzzista weekender at the end of the month. Actually starting to get back into it now the weather's cooled. Definitely becoming more of a Goldilocks biker
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Post by CRM » 24 Oct 2019, 10:12

I would also say i am becoming the same.
I find myself enjoying working on and building more than the actual riding.
This year i have done quite a few trackdays on the CRF450 and the CR250 supermoto's and enjoyed them.
I also ran the PB blade over at anglesey a few weeks ago and struggled riding such and extreme sportsbike - mainly because of my own fitness level or lack of and frankly trying to control a 173bhp 174 kilo wet blade was just beyond me.
I enjoy the supermoto's far more.
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Re: NWB

Post by cupidstunt » 24 Oct 2019, 17:02

CRM wrote:
24 Oct 2019, 10:12
I would also say i am becoming the same.
I find myself enjoying working on and building more than the actual riding.
This year i have done quite a few trackdays on the CRF450 and the CR250 supermoto's and enjoyed them.
I also ran the PB blade over at anglesey a few weeks ago and struggled riding such and extreme sportsbike - mainly because of my own fitness level or lack of and frankly trying to control a 173bhp 174 kilo wet blade was just beyond me.
I enjoy the supermoto's far more.
I think you will find it's called old age :D
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