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Old 08-05-2018, 02:18 PM   #1
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Default Bayles 2018....Castor Oil and Milky Ways

Weird, patchy morning-muck/ fog across the Yarra Valley.
Johns Hill Reserve, Kallista




The Slide....with maybe some sunshine over Glenburn





The last of the colour along Bourke Creek Rd.






Sun's out in Bayles...and Sgt. Schultz is already there























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Old 08-05-2018, 02:49 PM   #2
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Dual drum, Ram Air!
And a Springer Front End with a ...parking brake?















Cantilevered swingarm, ride-height adjusters....man, those Vincent boyz had it all!







This years' show-stopper!
The word "MINT" doesn't even come close!
















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Old 08-05-2018, 04:40 PM   #3
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Cantilevered swingarm, ride-height adjusters....man, those Vincent boyz had it all!

Tut. tut Glitch your eyesight is obviously failing.
What about the dual ratio rear sprockets? One on either side flip the wheel one way for the highway and the other for more arduous conditions or when the chair is fitted.
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Dual drum, Ram Air!
And a Springer Front End with a ...parking brake?
I would be more inclined to the lower one being a compression release.
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Old 08-05-2018, 05:40 PM   #5
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Tut. tut Glitch your eyesight is obviously failing.
What about the dual ratio rear sprockets? One on either side flip the wheel one way for the highway and the other for more arduous conditions or when the chair is fitted.
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I would be more inclined to the lower one being a compression release.






It's this thing here....sitting like a guillotine-blade on top of the front hoop.
I looked at it a few times and couldn't make any sense of it....but know those "blades" as early bicycle-brakes on dutch-made pushies.




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