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Yeti

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How many stages is there to a full lecence now?

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McCann

I pity anyone doing the bike test any more :(

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Jake

Suzuki van van , had one a couple of years ago as my first bike, just awesome!

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Jake

Tall enough for what ? lol have you done your cbt/ test yet? I'd get that done first

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pkca123

my bike, with a mountian bike frame strapped to the back :D

its a Sanya 125-11 lol, chinese crap, but its got me about for the past 8 months no problem. it had 3,000 kilometers when i got it, it now has 13,500.

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Joe1337

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Husaberg 400FE, that thing was an absolute animal to ride, but the kickstart was on the left, it needed an oil change after 30 hours riding, and they flood through condensation, so you needed to rebuild the engine just before summer time.

but when it worked, boy oh boy what a bike it was.

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^RAGE^

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My little 50cc yamaha neo's next to my mk3

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pkca123
my bike, with a mountian bike frame strapped to the back :D

its a Sanya 125-11 lol, chinese crap, but its got me about for the past 8 months no problem. it had 3,000 kilometers when i got it, it now has 13,500.

Is it still blown up?

no, fixed now, a pushrod decided to rip itself a new one, quite literally. so replaced them but it still sounded a bit rough, but its sounding smoother with running it.

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sleag40

Holy thread revival!

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Far too cold for this shit at the present time!

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Yeti

It's alright. Pretend you're on a scrambler, sit upright, tense your core and push the bike down into a lean to corner.

Had my scooter out in the snow last year (couldn't get the van off the drive) and it was fine.

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sleag40

Ha! Maybe 20 years ago - they were my only form of transport back then. These days I'm a bit of a cripple with arthritis. Used to be pretty good in deep snow though - the floorboards stop you from falling over!

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geaptildtag

Same with me. Setti gives me the green and plugout connects. Its not apprearing in the list here.

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Collier-666

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Fungus

How did I miss this thread! Here's one of mine, built from scratch.

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Yeti

Well, the journey begins tomorrow. I've hardly ridden anything more than a bog seat in the last ten years. Budget allowing, my aim is to get up to advanced standard by the end of the year. I just know I'm going to start the day making a tit of myself on a 125 though. Never could ride anything you have to rev the nuts off all the time everywhere.

I'm presently eyeing up an NT650 that hasn't moved for a lot of years, so could be very cheap, or very expensive if I don't look at it right.

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