Technical and tyres
I've recently purchased a second hard Derbi senda xtream DRD sm 50, and its front lamp doesn't work, the bulb is fine and the wiring is ok, just wondering if anyone could help me out on why it isn't working.
The bike is stuck in 5th gear and I was told I need a new selector spring/arm does that sound right? Because I'm new to bikes and don't really know.
Thanks guys! that really helps.
It appears majority did do or will carry some sort of rucksack during their riding (regardless of size).
Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum so look forward to talking to you all.
Due to an ankle injury and "age" lol .... I have recently been finding it really difficult to manoeuvre my 2010 Honda CBF600 so have decided to change.....
A new 2017 Kawasaki Z650 Ninja KTR should be under me on the 1st June, I'm so excited!
New leathers in Black & Green are proving to be a bit of a problem though so wondering if anyone can suggest any or have any for sale to suit a 5'3 lady, thanks in advance
Legal and insurance
hello, I have been looking for a Track only motorcycle, I found one for sale with no V5 at first I was put off by this but I've seen lots of track bikes for sale with no v5 difference being they have (or at least said) that they have matching frame and engine numbers. This bike is said to have "track" stamped on the frame number and engine space, I've never herd of this being done? I was told it was manufactured like it to be a track bike from new. It looks like a machined Finnish not defaced with a grinder and stamped with a hammer and stamps. any help and advice on this would be appreciated. Thanks
Touring & travel
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Nice bike and pictures, also nice to see a family into bikes as well.
Hope you don't mind but I believe that registration numbers online are a bit risky as it gives those that want to clone yours so they can leave a trail of offences behind them and for you to pick up the consequences.
This is true.
Bike thieves can find out where the bike is kept ie: at the registered owners address and come round a steal it.
So I agree wholeheartedly about no showing reg numbers online.
Buying and selling
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Doesn't he need them to wear tomorrow?