@CagivaELEfan Exactly. Cod, Hake, Haddock etc etc are fine. See Piglets 2 examples.
Technical and tyres
Looking to get a full set up (gloves, one piece and boots) for my first purchase and wanted to see what peoples opinions on quality etc was.
I've been doing some research but reading company descriptions isn't going to tell me what it's like to live with and how long it will last! Any opinions on brands to go for? I'm willing to spend as much as I can afford to get good quality and I imagine its the same as helmets? You get what you pay for in functionality, comfort, features etc? Also I'm more than happy to admit that I want them to look the part haha! This is obviously not as important as long as the gear isn't rotten looking and is long lasting, as comfy as possible and safe.
Will be used on an R6 for daily and back road blasts
A good idea to spice up world superbore bikes is to put a sex doll on the back, or even better put the girl on the front. I followed the series from 1989 but it's a total bore now it's time may come around again but with GP racing as good as it is I doubt you will see superbore bikes as popular as it was in the 90's.
BSB & TT
Isn't it funny how they are 1200cc, with a bit of ballast, against 1000cc bikes. Am I the only one to notice how much faster down the straights the Duke is.
So why is the Panigale being replaced by a V-4 powered bike in 2019? But yes, Ducati has used the twin displacement advantage to quite a few Superbike titles.
Legal and insurance
Just out of interest, which insurance company are you using? I'd be on the phone to them every day, pestering for an answer.
Just got the "Driving Experience Declaration" form to fill in.
Is just asks -
How many years no claims do you have?
How long have you been driving for?
Insurance company from a price comparison site, Pink Pound Insurance Company.
Hi, just a footnote to your question, you can have 5 rider faults on the mod 1. So I cannot see how you failed for what your saying. You must have had a serious fault for something or not met the speed in one of the high speed exercises.