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 on: September 15, 2019, 09:40:26 am 
Started by MagnetMan - Last post by snowman
Yeah check for the tracker being planted just in case .

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 on: September 14, 2019, 06:39:28 pm 
Started by MagnetMan - Last post by felix


Kin Bass-Turds.....


Seems to get worse every year........ lucky escape for you tho......

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 on: September 14, 2019, 06:10:33 pm 
Started by MagnetMan - Last post by Aka_Gilo
There's a video doing the rounds on Facefud of an attempted scooter attack on a guy on a bike not far from me. The guy fought back and battered a couple of the fuckers, but worrying that you have to look out for that shit when you're out on your bike. 

Thank that bitch May and the Tory party for decimating the police force, so the scrotes know the  chances of getting caught are near- non existent.

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 on: September 14, 2019, 06:56:29 am 
Started by MagnetMan - Last post by FTM
That was a close one. I read the other day professional thieves are sticking tiny trackers to bikes they want to steal and then later going to the place where the bike is kept and stealing it from there.

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 on: September 13, 2019, 11:45:15 pm 
Started by MagnetMan - Last post by MagnetMan
Started a new job in Manchester a couple of weeks ago and yesterday went to work on the Tiger for the first time to the new place. Chained the bike to a bike security loop, put a disc lock on front wheel and a U-lock through back wheel parked at side of our building. When I got back to bike at end of day I found a note stuck to it with a phone number asking me to call about an incident with the bike.
So gave a call and was told that a group of scrotes on scooters had been all over my bike checking out the locks etc obviously with a view to stealing it. Glad I'd put all the security on that I had but very worrying that there was such a close call within a few hours of parking up on the first day I'd used it to go to Manchester.
Just be careful when you're leaving your bike anywhere and make sure you lock it up well the thieving little fuckers are everywhere.

 6 
 on: September 13, 2019, 07:25:25 pm 
Started by Yoozy - Last post by whitey
yea i did, no where special but i had a day off work, and the sun was out so i went around mid wales, done 140 miles all in, it was nice in the sun but a bit could in the shade under the tree canopy, i think our riding season is slowly coming to an end.

 7 
 on: September 12, 2019, 06:44:56 am 
Started by garry - Last post by felix


Yep....... he's had a few so found it straight away....    happy88

 8 
 on: September 12, 2019, 05:50:41 am 
Started by garry - Last post by FTM
It's showing Diag-1 because someone has connected the Diagnostic wires together. Lots of people do this, they see the wire disconnected, thinking it's come apart they plug them back together, next time they start the bike Diag-1 shows. Just tell him to find the little white connector and unplug it. It's under the seat or behind a side panel from what I remember.

 9 
 on: September 11, 2019, 07:35:32 pm 
Started by garry - Last post by felix
Duncan Disorderly from the AP forum snapped it up....


"Picked up this 2002 Tuono RSV-R as it seemed cheap, only saw it in a back garden in the dark!!. Was not running but put a battery on and it started first time. Even rode it home 20 miles. Now in daylight it looks great and all original #120 showing 20k. Came with a new standard Can, spare set of seats, TI and standard chips and an RSV personal number plate.Tyres are dated 2008!!. Showing fault code 'Diag 1' if anyone has any ideas on that?." (TPS)


Looks nice after a clean:







Bargain !!

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 on: September 11, 2019, 07:13:17 pm 
Started by garry - Last post by Aka_Gilo
Worth it for the Onlin forks.

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