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Topic: Peak District
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PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 22.11.2009, 21:19   Subject: (No subject)
looks like a good ride out them laneís start of nice and seem to get harder and harder from
them pics. all good full i expect
Topic: lol
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Replies: 2
Views: 4554

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 22.11.2009, 21:09   Subject: (No subject)
the two lads in the vid are they close friends of yours very close friends ?
Topic: well i think its funny
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Replies: 5
Views: 2842

PostForum: Just For Fun   Posted: 21.11.2009, 21:41   Subject: (No subject)
new one to me in my little world
Topic: well i think its funny
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Replies: 5
Views: 2842

PostForum: Just For Fun   Posted: 21.11.2009, 21:21   Subject: well i think its funny
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaB40TLQE8M
Topic: mancherster trf
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Replies: 6
Views: 6850

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 01.11.2009, 18:05   Subject: (No subject)
join up and see


thinking about it
Topic: mancherster trf
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Replies: 6
Views: 6850

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 31.10.2009, 22:26   Subject: (No subject)
it looks like he knows a lane or too
Topic: mancherster trf
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Replies: 6
Views: 6850

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 31.10.2009, 22:02   Subject: mancherster trf
any one out there a member and if so whats it all about? other than whats on the web site ie where and when is it all going on
Topic: bit of an off .......
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Replies: 9
Views: 8809

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 18.10.2009, 20:07   Subject: (No subject)
tyres get your self sum michelin ac10ís there grate of road i use em only problem is that they handle so well on the road when i need petrol i will not even ride the 4 miles to the petrol station im g ...
Topic: TTT dirtbike trail....
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Replies: 17
Views: 16607

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 10.10.2009, 20:42   Subject: (No subject)
Hit them berms and just wind it on!!!

and on and on untill you can no more
Topic: TTT dirtbike trail....
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Replies: 17
Views: 16607

PostForum: Supermoto and Off-Road   Posted: 09.10.2009, 21:30   Subject: (No subject)
Feckin hell that looks dangerous
theres no danger there no more than a ride in rush houre trafic
at that speed if you have an off you be ok if you wear the right gear
all good fun n a good work out
Topic: enduro motorcycle do thay need directional indicators
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Replies: 21
Views: 22829

PostForum: Motorcycle Tech Questions   Posted: 06.10.2009, 21:08   Subject: (No subject)
If direction indicators are fitted they must meet the requirements of this inspection, but need not be fitted to a machine which:
. cannot exceed 30mph / 50kph, or
. was first used before 1 August 1 ...
Topic: enduro motorcycle do thay need directional indicators
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Replies: 21
Views: 22829

PostForum: Motorcycle Tech Questions   Posted: 06.10.2009, 21:03   Subject: (No subject)
oops i mean
www.ukmot.com/bike_1-1.asp#text_top
Topic: enduro motorcycle do thay need directional indicators
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Replies: 21
Views: 22829

PostForum: Motorcycle Tech Questions   Posted: 06.10.2009, 21:00   Subject: (No subject)
andthis seems use full
www.ukmot.com_bike1-1.asp#text_top
Topic: enduro motorcycle do thay need directional indicators
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Replies: 21
Views: 22829

PostForum: Motorcycle Tech Questions   Posted: 06.10.2009, 20:34   Subject: (No subject)
Maybe this will help


http://www.motuk.co.uk/mcmanual_150.htm

good link thanks
 

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