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     i am into vintage stuff;   cx 500 and a silverwing.       vin

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I don't own myself...what is this exercise stuff?...:laughing2dw:

But my elder son has one of these...an electric bike. I did have a go on it and would describe it as the same as the 'travellaters' you get at the airports. You pedal normally, but the bike goes at 3 x the speed you expect. It's quite unnerving..and what a price! You could buy a nice, SH car for this....this is £4Ks worth.....:swoon: In it's standard form it can go at a max speed of 30 mph....but it can be deregulated to go a lot faster...just don't get caught!

Electric bike.

Electric bike.

Electric bike.

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Pipedream Sirius hardtail, which I've had for 4 years.

I changed the brakes, saddle, pedals and other odds and sods on it.

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50 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

 

My GP approves...

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My ar%e doesn't!!

:yes:

It's a womans seat:thumbsup:

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22 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Thanks :thumbsup:

 

Now you tell me!
:taz:

Sorry I'm not laughing, much.:laugh:

Best value for money saddles I've had are these 

https://www.merlincycles.com/charge-spoon-cromo-rail-saddle-106422.html

I've got one on one of my bikes and it's better than one that cost 5 times the price.

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Dug my 1988 model Diamond Back out of the shed for my 'daily exercise'. Had to buy two new tyres as the old ones had rotted. :whistle:

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I may even dig out the Yamaha SR 250 that has been in there for years. 

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Trying to get my girlish figure back on track on the stationary trainer. I'll wait until we have a few days of rain to clear the roads of salt dust before I venture out with either bikes. 

You know the drill: One hour cleaning time for every minute on the road....:rolleyes:

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2 hours ago, Robin S said:

Dug my 1988 model Diamond Back out of the shed for my 'daily exercise'. Had to buy two new tyres as the old ones had rotted. :whistle:

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I may even dig out the Yamaha SR 250 that has been in there for years. 

I got some Schwalbe semi slicks for the old trek that's on the back in my pic.

They're cracking tyres and I think they're under a tenner each.The centre of the tyre is about 3/16" thick too

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2 hours ago, Turpinr said:

I got some Schwalbe semi slicks for the old trek that's on the back in my pic.

They're cracking tyres and I think they're under a tenner each.The centre of the tyre is about 3/16" thick too

Yes, £15 for a pair on Amazon. I thought it was a pretty good bargain.

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6 minutes ago, Robin S said:

Yes, £15 for a pair on Amazon. I thought it was a pretty good bargain.

£15/pair, even better.

I ran over someones England pin badge a few years ago, the pin had gone up the middle of the tyre but hadn't pierced it.

They last a long time :thumbsup:

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i  like LOTS of excercize,  its keeping me alive.  built a device  to hang on the door, useing 2 pedle frames.  excercize with hands and feet.  no floor space req.   vin

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21 hours ago, vinn said:

     i am into vintage stuff;   cx 500 and a silverwing.       vin

My second bike was a CX500 rode it into the ground, I went to get a replacement exhaust balance box and it was more than the bikes worth.  Epic bike!

Had a terrible offski nine years ago and it has left me disabled, so I ride this.

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Aslo have 5 different pushbikes, maybe get back on them one day, need a new knee first though

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    nice looking trike.      the cx500 is top heavy,   can't get my heels on the ground.  the silver wing ( same bike - diferent frame)  is a low rider - compfie.   i started with the harleys ,  flat heads and knuckel heads are low riders,  but 800 lbs. striped. (too bad i can't send a pic').   after the "new knee "    youl be ready to go again. !

 

 

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20 hours ago, BlueKnight said:

Trying to get my girlish figure back on track on the stationary trainer. I'll wait until we have a few days of rain to clear the roads of salt dust before I venture out with either bikes. 

You know the drill: One hour cleaning time for every minute on the road....:rolleyes:

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What size is the beemer. I was talking to a bloke the other day with this red bimmer in his garage and the tank was as wide as an isetta. It was a sports tourer job a 1000cc. Id be scared of falling off i will stick to my bimmer. 

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13 hours ago, Biker said:

My second bike was a CX500 rode it into the ground, I went to get a replacement exhaust balance box and it was more than the bikes worth.  Epic bike!

Had a terrible offski nine years ago and it has left me disabled, so I ride this.

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Aslo have 5 different pushbikes, maybe get back on them one day, need a new knee first though

Commiserations on the knee, I know how you feel.Both of mine are shot :(

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My Lemond Fillmore,

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San Marco saddle,

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Fixed, no gears,

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In theory, double the leg work.

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