Hey Guys!I was doing a regular job once and was fully satisfied with it. Some of my friends were making some money from internet, and obviously they invited me to get involved into this but I rejected this offers many times. One day I lost my job
Hi All,Just wanted to say thanks for your help and advice on my thread I posted last week "Holidaying Advice Please".I have now chosen a gorgeous little hotel in a village called Lynmouth in Devon, I am having four nights away all on my lonesome
Yesterday, i was using a petrol station air pump to automatically sort my rear tyre out. It didn't seem to work. I wasn't sure if i'd simply failed to create a seal (damn chain enclosure doesn't let me in easily), or whether it was simply a naff
, and giant Pelicans flying in formations more precise than those of the world's great air forces. When my son was old enough, we bolted on an old sidecar and took him with us. When we ran out of U.S. roads, we started looking overseas. That battered old
Dealers,I need to part ex my Fireblade for something that is Despatch worthy 600cc+, I am ideally looking for one of three scenarios.1 Part Ex for Bargain basement (XJ600 GT550 etc and a large cheque)2 Part Ex for something of similar value
Bought it on friday and I friggin love it, has scottoiler and intercom as well as double bubble and scorpion can shown.Pics are from ebay so thats not my pram before anyone asks Just need the weather to ride the damn thing now 18 months ago I
I have always wanted to take my bike onto a track and am fully aware that it does not get to stretch its aging legs on its daily commutes in London. The only time I get to slide my wheels is on wet manhole covers so I was more than happy last week
didn't expect that!? I'll try a Stella and a Bonio for my lickle pal Congratulations. Ahh... I remember my first 500... It was all drivel. Them were the days...
After a winter of riding through snow, slush, ice and driving rain, I reckon I've done my apprenticeship on 125s. My Yamaha YZF-R125 was the perfect bike to carve my trade on; nippy enough for town, small enough to fit through a mousehole
to work? I've got my hand raised...
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