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Durham4416



Member Since: 10 Dec 2012
Location: Middlesbrough
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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover HSE Td6 Zambezi Silver

Well iv had just shy of 30 cars since I turned 17 nine years ago so it's only right iv had a few bikes aswell Smile started off with a zx6r when I was 19 then had a 2 r1's up until 2011 when two young children put me off riding on the roads as I was just being stupid so I took up club racing last year, started on a k6 gsxr 600 then moved on to a 07 r6, little 600's are great fun to race/track but r1's are perfect for the roads Smile tried adding a pic of a 100mph + wheelie on my blue r1 but vids don't seem to work, I agree with a few comments above regarding not understanding if your not a biker, I love cars but there isn't a car that has the soul of a any bike, plus riding a bike is much more rewarding when you get it right

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Mark6r



Member Since: 25 Jun 2012
Location: South Lanarkshire
Posts: 86

Scotland 2009 Range Rover Westminster TDV8 Stornoway Grey

Had a black 2008 R6 but sold it nearly two years ago, currently looking to get another bike miss the rush you get when you get it right. Looking at an 2004 R1 the same as you have in the pic my favourite R1 also looking at BMW K1200s don't know which way to go. (Hitting the 40 this year)Going to the TT this year with a couple of mates for a couple of days so will wait and see seems to be plenty for sale at the moment but I guess that will change once we get a bit of dry weather. Gone

59 BMW 520d touring
56 RRS tdv6 hse
02 td 6 hse

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Durham4416



Member Since: 10 Dec 2012
Location: Middlesbrough
Posts: 248

United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover HSE Td6 Zambezi Silver

The 5vy r1 is an awesome bike, the silver and black r1 was a 5pw but was actually an 05 plate as it was pre registered, both excellent bikes and the 5pw can be picked up for 2-3k

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Playsatan



Member Since: 10 Feb 2013
Location: Glasgow
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Scotland 

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JohnnyDangerous



Member Since: 16 Dec 2012
Location: East Sussex
Posts: 806

England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Java Black

The Hayabusa that tried to kill me is coming back together, new brackets gauges and a Ti exhaust, airbox mod and later programmable ecu, just starting to get the bodywork back from the paintshop.

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 One day your life will flash before your eyes......................................make sure yours is worth watching!

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JohnnyDangerous



Member Since: 16 Dec 2012
Location: East Sussex
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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Java Black

Kawasaki went straight thru its MOT and is for sale on Ebay (2.5K if you want it)
 One day your life will flash before your eyes......................................make sure yours is worth watching!

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ebajema



Member Since: 24 Mar 2011
Location: New Plymouth
Posts: 4687

New Zealand 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Galway Green



New addition to my stable, waiting for me in Singapore !!! MY 2010 5.0 SC Galway green and sand interior!!
Have the Faultmate MSV2 Extreme to be tinkering with the settings etc. !!
Suzuki B-King rider Smile

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hammiegt



Member Since: 28 Sep 2013
Location: wrexham
Posts: 125

United Kingdom 

I have a modded and tuned 76 Suzuki gt750 3cyl 2 stroke w/c and a doggy old vtr1000 firestorm[img]




[/img] 2003 ffrr v8 vogue

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BILLTU



Member Since: 23 Jan 2013
Location: Glos
Posts: 73

United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.4 V8 Java Black

You can never have too many toys!





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 2006 4.4 V8 Vogue SE
Honda CBR 1000cc Fireblade
Bultaco 350 Sherpa

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dolph34



Member Since: 14 Sep 2015
Location: Kildare
Posts: 552

Ireland 2011 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.4 V8 Java Black





GSXR has traction control, quickshiter, 168.9 bhp , ohilns shock, reworked forks, brembo master cylinder and road legal track tyres.

As discussed elsewhere, bikes are where its at for speed. Someone did point out that a multi million pound F1 is quicker around a track than a 1000cc sports bike but i really didn't think getting into an argument using that logic was worthwhile, i could see MIG 23s being brought into the discussion. MIG would proberbly be cheaper than an F1 though !!!!

These days ( now 52 ) the weather forecast has to be checked , the roads bone dry and the sun high in the sky before i venture out. But when you do , the feeling is fantastic. I grew up in South London and the bike scene was huge, Chelsea bridge, Heston services and box hill to name a few. Back then the gumball boys would race around the m25 and we had great fun destroying Ferraris and Porsches, at all.

Anyway , had the R1 from new and only got the Gixer this year. Had about 30 odd bikes at this stage starting with a 350lc. Handling and brakes on the Gixer are superb and 300 kph is only 20 seconds away. Fun and very very cheap compared to any car that can match or beat the straghtline speed. 2011 VSE
GSXR 1000 K5
R1 1998

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p38arover



Member Since: 16 Dec 2015
Location: Western Sydney
Posts: 677

Australia 2004 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Adriatic Blue

Only the XJR1300 remains. The V-Strom has been sold as has my wife's CB400.

 Ron B. VK2OTC
2004 L322 V8 Auto
2007 Yamaha XJR1300
Previous: 1983, 1986 RRC; 1995, 1996 P38A; 1995 Disco1; 1984 V8 County 110; Series IIA

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Flyingfocrs



Member Since: 18 Oct 2016
Location: On the croft with the horses
Posts: 23

Scotland 2008 Range Rover Vogue TDV8 Java Black

2006 Ducati ST3 because having one potential money pit just isn’t living dangerously enough. LOL

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CS



Member Since: 14 Apr 2015
Location: Edinburgh
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Scotland 2012 Range Rover Westminster TDV8 Zermatt Silver

Triumph Trophy 1200 now, big comfy tourer.

Dolph, I'm impressed to read that your GSX R has a "quickshiter". I had the 1100 back in the 80s, great fun all round Europe until I wrote it off in '87. Only Range Rovers since 1988

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dolph34



Member Since: 14 Sep 2015
Location: Kildare
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Ireland 2011 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.4 V8 Java Black

The GSXR has the Bazzaz system, which has traction control ( handlebar mounted control, 10 positions ), with 2 engine maps , 1 for full power and 1 with limted power in the lower gears for the wet conditions. The quick shifter is awesome and on full throttle it sounds lovely with the gear changes flowing into one another without hesitation. The bike also comes with a slipper clutch as standard which takes some getting used to but makes corner entry alot safer !!!

I had a 1989 1100k after 6 no. GSXR 750s but while the power was amazing it didn't handle.and I traded it back in after 4 days. The maddest bike i ever had was an RG500 with a stan stephens tune, it was scary fast and you couldn't keep the front wheel on the ground. Also did about 3 miles to the gallon. The slabside GSXR of 1987 was gorgeous and my first superbike was a 1986 GSXR 750, i drag raced a few of your 1100s and thought I had hit neutral after 3 rd gear, they would just disappear!!! 2011 VSE
GSXR 1000 K5
R1 1998

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