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Re: Tankbags

... i have comfortably done 10 days on the road with 30 litres and that included waterproofs , tools, maps and spare oil as well as clothes (whew) Take what you need, not what you think you will need ;) The trip I did to Phillip Island I took 2x 50L Ventura packs zipped together (lol) I used half ...
by kiwikrasher
Today, 00:44
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Tankbags
Replies: 37
Views: 186

Re: Tankbags

50 litres .......what you taking ????

i have comfortably done 10 days on the road with 30 litres and that included waterproofs , tools, maps and spare oil as well as clothes (whew)

Take what you need, not what you think you will need ;)
by Blade
Yesterday, 21:36
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Tankbags
Replies: 37
Views: 186

Re: Tankbags

... https://media.givi.it/XN-Prodotti/foto/XS307.jpg I've also bought a couple of 40L Lomo Motorcycle Drybags with some Rok straps to make it easy to take them on and off (for clothes and stuff), so it should be more than enough - i reckon i can do a week with 50 odd litres of storage and Mrs Cookie ...
by C00kiemonster
Yesterday, 19:35
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Tankbags
Replies: 37
Views: 186

Re: advising your younger self

Take Frankie's monowheel school
by Kwacky
Yesterday, 17:57
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: advising your younger self
Replies: 16
Views: 141

Re: In the end had to be a kawcker.

Cavetroll87 wrote:That looks very nice, happy new bike day! when do you take her home?


I,ll pick it up on Saturday to take her home. 8)
by Fireball
Yesterday, 15:01
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: In the end had to be a kawcker.
Replies: 20
Views: 106

Re: In the end had to be a kawcker.

That looks very nice, happy new bike day! when do you take her home?
by Cavetroll87
Yesterday, 14:57
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: In the end had to be a kawcker.
Replies: 20
Views: 106

Re: Just one bike

... bulbs that i haven't got a replacement for or some kind of mechanical issue. Of course, with my bikes being older, getting a replacement part can take a while.
by sir thomas blanchard
21 Jan 2018, 22:11
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Just one bike
Replies: 62
Views: 471

Re: In your professional opinion..

... But agreed with lots here do your degree first and talk with manager, just got to realise that I'm sure he's been there as well, it's prob taken him many years to get to his position and his level of experience. When you have done your degree then you can decide what you want to do. We've ...
by Rossgo
21 Jan 2018, 13:50
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: In your professional opinion..
Replies: 11
Views: 104

Re: Buying a new bike soon.

... honda cos it only works out about £80 a month. (beer) I,m not working yet but going to interviews these days a lot. So until I work again gotta take it easy on spending. ($) I went for an interview to a big factory in Wolverhampton 2 weeks ago for a project management role and still waiting ...
by Fireball
21 Jan 2018, 11:45
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Buying a new bike soon.
Replies: 19
Views: 114

Re: Buying a new bike soon.

Kwacky thats great but I need to buy a new bike to take advantage of their monthly paying schemes. I dont want to pay cash hence looking for a good deal on zero interest finance deal etc.
by Fireball
21 Jan 2018, 06:00
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Buying a new bike soon.
Replies: 19
Views: 114

Re: Bargains

Blade wrote:You should come over here. Bike all the gear you need and your dream bike and then take the scenic route home (giggle) and enjoy the ride 8)


If I was shopping for wet weather gear that would be an ideal proposal :P
by kiwikrasher
21 Jan 2018, 01:17
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Bargains
Replies: 139
Views: 8886

Re: What are you doing today ??

Didn't get much sleep last night approx 3.5hours in total as jet lag is still an issue. Anyway woke up to take my partners little sister to footy. I'm the morning I text her to ask of footy was still on due to rain with no signs of stopping. Got a reply back saying haven't heard ...
by Rossgo
20 Jan 2018, 13:28
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: What are you doing today ??
Replies: 9790
Views: 175447

Re: advising your younger self

... advice about bikes from people that don’t ride. 2, Buy decent gear and wear it, a denim jacket & DM’s are not good enough. 3, When Trackdays take off - go and book one ASAP, it’ll make you safer on the road. 4, Buy and enjoy at least one, big, fast two stroke before youre 25.
by Deegee
20 Jan 2018, 00:12
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: advising your younger self
Replies: 16
Views: 141

Re: Bargains

You should come over here. Bike all the gear you need and your dream bike and then take the scenic route home (giggle) and enjoy the ride 8)
by Blade
19 Jan 2018, 14:13
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Bargains
Replies: 139
Views: 8886

Re: What do you want to vent about today?

People who go into work when they are ill (because they take time off so often for no good reason) and then pass the bugs around the rest of the staff.
by duke63
19 Jan 2018, 12:56
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: What do you want to vent about today?
Replies: 1813
Views: 42248

Re: Just one bike

... on a twisty lane on a sunny day I really think I would be buying a blade. Do it all bike = FireBlade. Tour, track or commute they do it all and take the mileage well with cheap parts and plenty of spares available. Mate had an 85000 mile bike that ran faultless and just had regular servicing ...
by Kwacky
18 Jan 2018, 13:27
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Just one bike
Replies: 62
Views: 471

Re: In your professional opinion..

Thank you for all the input.. it's something I really need to take the time to consider fully. Maybe I am being hasty but I've been thinking like this more often than not over the last 12 months or more. Some interesting views on what learning is though ...
by Cav
18 Jan 2018, 11:30
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: In your professional opinion..
Replies: 11
Views: 104

Re: Just one bike

... seating postition but can still move about on it like a sports bike when needed. I’d be very interested in your opinions on it if you were to take one out for a blast.
by kiwikrasher
17 Jan 2018, 22:44
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Just one bike
Replies: 62
Views: 471

Re: Just one bike

Do it all bike = FireBlade.

Tour, track or commute they do it all and take the mileage well with cheap parts and plenty of spares available.

Mate had an 85000 mile bike that ran faultless and just had regular servicing and consumables with no major expense or work.

Lot of bike for the money too.
by Blade
17 Jan 2018, 18:49
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Just one bike
Replies: 62
Views: 471

Tankbags

... for the dearly departed RC8, so I'm updating my luggage for the Street Triple. I want one that locks to a ring on the fuel cap i think - easy to take off and no scratches on the tank. Not too big (its not a big bike) but it's got to be useful for touring (i'm debating a big waterproof stuff bag ...
by C00kiemonster
17 Jan 2018, 16:51
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Tankbags
Replies: 37
Views: 186
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