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Old 07-05-2017, 07:41 PM   #1
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Default Oh yeah, there a couple of bikes at Bayles as well

Fortunately I used the camera with the colour film for the bikes.

BMWs vision of the future circa 1988. Shame its missing the integrated panniers.


Started 2nd kick


I'm guessing this is one of those "round toit" problems


If it was reliable hands up those who would want this.


Finest "East" German engineering


The answer to all side stand problems


The Hinge. The mighty 1972 T500J with its whopping 47hp and frame made of rubber. If you think Marquez is good with a bike going sideways you have never ridden one of these at speed,


In case you forget


The the photos of the day (my photos, my choice) awards go to




Balance of the pics here.
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Old 08-05-2017, 02:40 PM   #2
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Default Re: Oh yeah, there a couple of bikes at Bayles as well

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The the photos of the day (my photos, my choice) awards go to


Balance of the pics here.


Agreed.

Another set of trademark-K1W1 pics , always a joy to look at.

There are more gems following that link, too.
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Agreed.

Another set of trademark-K1W1 pics , always a joy to look at.

There are more gems following that link, too.
Ta.

BTW do you recognise the tyres on the AJS?
They are 90/90 x 21 Michelin Sirac trail bike tyres. The guy said they were the only things he could get that fitted. There were none of the old style replica tyres available.
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