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m@ttsFF



Member Since: 12 Dec 2017
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Another rider here ...

Currently 4 bikes in the stable plus a Vespa ...

Recently changed the Diavel for a ...

Multistrada - great all rounder and the dog likes it



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R30 , tuned .. great fun


Ducati project bike ...
rebuilt uprated, lightened motor and stripped back aiming for 100hp and as close to 150kg as I can get


‘75 Honda MT250 Elsinore , had one as a kid and this is getting a full restoration





Passed the little ginger scoot on to a mate recently who loves it , still have the 300GTS

 4.2 SC

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John w



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Some nice bikes there.
I am a bike nut too. Basically anything with an engine Cool
I started riding before I was 10 and never been without a bike.

Interesting to see the ST3 up the list, I had an ST4S for 6 years, replaced in 2010 with a new 1200 multistrada. Changed that for a newer one in December 13. This is our main touring bike, nothing else appeals, although the BMW XR is a close call.

My other road bike is an 08 R1 (pre flat plane crank). Doesn't get ridden as much as the multi does everything I need of it in comfort.

I have lots of others too, covering off road, vintage, veteran, etc

Here is one of the classics , a 1972 ducati RT450 (one of 5 ducatis I own)

 Too many toys, not enough time

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m@ttsFF



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Nice

Is that a local trail? Will be looking for some gentle off road trails when I finish the old Honda 4.2 SC

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John w



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Hi matt,
It is local depending where you are Laughing

It isn't a green Lane, I was observing at a trial on land at Deepcut, near Frimley.
Join your local TRF. My local one meets in Ripley. They have summer rides down most of the local lanes.

Your Honda looks lovely. You going to Telford this coming weekend for the classic off road show ? Too many toys, not enough time

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m@ttsFF



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Well , I was going with Surrey😀
So yep that’s local enough - familiar with the nearest BOATs, but not looking for anymore than a Sunday morning bimble on the old girl.. when things dry out , but TRF evening could be on the cards in spring
Not going to Telford , I’d only come back either with, or searching for, another bike I can’t fit in the shed 😀 4.2 SC

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John w



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I know that problem well Rolling Eyes Embarassed
Simple enough to solve, just build another shed Laughing

I keep saying I'm only going to look, or to collect bits.
Came back with 2 bikes last year Rolling with laughter Too many toys, not enough time

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