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    i'm with that man, the 1150 one!

    Ride them as their design intended

    I used to spend hours cleaning after riding, but they would just end up the same next time, particularly given the joys of the summer!

    I keep a tidy rt, the rest are generally muddy and dirty,lightly washing the worst off with a hose. I keep them overly serviced, covered in protecting oil and well greased up. Staying reliable so far, and continue to serve me well.

    Just enjoying the ride

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    give a fuck

    muddy motorcycle, so do you give a fuck or not??? who cares, just ride the fucking bike......enjoy the ride not the polishing in the fucking garage..

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfpint View Post
    muddy motorcycle, so do you give a fuck or not??? who cares, just ride the fucking bike......enjoy the ride not the polishing in the fucking garage..
    eh?
    you did read all the thread didnt you
    or are you just being abusive?


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    I want to know how to keep the thing upright on even sand roads. When it goes over I need help to lift it again, which can be some time as I ride alone......4 hours on its side in Belgium last week before I could get help to lift it. I had taken all the luggage off, but still couldn't even begin to budge it, not so much as an inch. Staying upright is a must. Not easy on a muddy surface with Tourances. Would love to know how to do it.

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    I get it Enjoy it !! Better getting it Shitty than not Riding it .Bikes are for using
    You Soft Southern Jessy

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    Yo! Mikey!

    Weren't sure if you were dead on Sunday morning or just having a lie-in, so on balance we packed up and fecked off, figuring if you were dead you wouldn't mind... and if you were sleeping off all that Aspall's you'd rather sleep...as it were.

    Ignore the ignorant/southern contribution. We know what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    Yo! Mikey!

    Weren't sure if you were dead on Sunday morning or just having a lie-in, so on balance we packed up and fecked off, figuring if you were dead you wouldn't mind... and if you were sleeping off all that Aspall's you'd rather sleep...as it were.

    Ignore the ignorant/southern contribution. We know what you mean.

    ha ha alright there Chris
    yeah there are some right w@nkers on this forum, spoils it a bit sometimes for me (and i do get the tosser thing)

    Had an amazing weekend - slept so well on sunday morning despite ash's best efforts (only playin ash )
    When I eventually scraped myself out of my (very very hot) tent, there was only womble and badger/s left!
    Went down to suffolk to see the family then rode back on monday - took eight hours of B Roads to get back - absolutely mint ride - red hot and took my TKC's right to the edge - no chicken strips on them now (brave considering the bloody weight I was carrying).

    Looking forward to the next one and if you guys are out and about in future, giz a shout if opportunity knocks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by King Rat View Post
    I want to know how to keep the thing upright on even sand roads. When it goes over I need help to lift it again, which can be some time as I ride alone......4 hours on its side in Belgium last week before I could get help to lift it. I had taken all the luggage off, but still couldn't even begin to budge it, not so much as an inch. Staying upright is a must. Not easy on a muddy surface with Tourances. Would love to know how to do it.
    Essentially, get the front wheel so it points skywards and lift from the bars - it's a knack but not hard. There are a few threads on here if you do a search but easiest is to 'youtube' it, plenty of vids

    Andres
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R1150GS Adventure View Post
    ha ha alright there Chris
    yeah there are some right w@nkers on this forum, spoils it a bit sometimes for me (and i do get the tosser thing)

    Had an amazing weekend - slept so well on sunday morning despite ash's best efforts (only playin ash )
    When I eventually scraped myself out of my (very very hot) tent, there was only womble and badger/s left!
    Went down to suffolk to see the family then rode back on monday - took eight hours of B Roads to get back - absolutely mint ride - red hot and took my TKC's right to the edge - no chicken strips on them now (brave considering the bloody weight I was carrying).

    Looking forward to the next one and if you guys are out and about in future, giz a shout if opportunity knocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Makes a world of difference to the reader........................

    That's the beauty of the English language
    I'm rather with JB on this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timeandtide View Post
    I'm rather with JB on this one!
    Thank you

    I had to re-read the title 3 times
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    hey mark im sure your F*CK just came screaming past my manor

    i tried to catch it , but then figured you don't really need it any more so gave up
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad View Post
    hey mark im sure your F*CK just came screaming past my manor

    i tried to catch it , but then figured you don't really need it any more so gave up
    You'll never catch a F*CK on a Tiger, you need a new bike mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    You'll never catch a F*CK on a Tiger, you need a new bike mate
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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