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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by deej » Jul 7th, '08, 19:11

now thats a proper confession :!: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by JohnBob » Jul 12th, '08, 03:31

Some poor soul at an old work place of mine had his pipe sabotaged, with the use of many matchhead shavings. When it "went off", he screamed & threw it across the room. This was approximately a week after someone had grated a chocolate bar into it, & continued to smoke it with a quizzical expression on his face, but never said anything.

Bloody dangerous mind you. :shock:
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by billinom8s » May 8th, '19, 08:50

Before I bought my gorgeous first R1 I was actually looking at gixxers :ymblushing: 8-} 8-} #-o x_x :-q

I did see a couple of them but they were all so blinged up and the owners came across as such tools that I didn't want to be branded with that glittery stamp.

Instead I went for the hairdresser R1 and had many years of hedge free fun.




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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by menzies3032 » May 8th, '19, 18:52

I hired a Triumph 765.....It’s not a Suzuki.....
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by Kata » May 8th, '19, 20:46

billinom8s wrote:
May 8th, '19, 08:50
Before I bought my gorgeous first R1 I was actually looking at gixxers :ymblushing: 8-} 8-} #-o x_x :-q

I did see a couple of them but they were all so blinged up and the owners came across as such tools that I didn't want to be branded with that glittery stamp.

Instead I went for the hairdresser R1 and had many years of hedge free fun.

Ah, tis good to get that off my chest at last.
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by Kata » May 8th, '19, 20:48

I once sat on a MZ.

Never told anyone before. Keep it quiet.

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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by MikeZ » May 8th, '19, 21:56

I ran an MZ250 through 2 winters. It was amusing, handled well (for the time), and was good fun. Nobody ever tried to steal it. . . .

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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by MellowYellow » May 8th, '19, 22:02

Class mate was 6 months older than me. His dad got him a step-through Honda 70.

I was still illegal but he let me have a go. Went for a 2 mile loop, but it could not get up the steep hill back to my house. Had to turn around and go back the way I'd come.
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by ptolemyx » May 9th, '19, 07:25

I had a CX500 :80:

If I still had it now could make a fortune flogging it to some stupid hipster :mrgreen:
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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by Kata » May 9th, '19, 13:06

MikeZ wrote:
May 8th, '19, 21:56
I ran an MZ250 through 2 winters. It was amusing, handled well (for the time), and was good fun. Nobody ever tried to steal it. . . .
That where you got the MikeZ from? :-)

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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by Kata » May 9th, '19, 13:07

ptolemyx wrote:
May 9th, '19, 07:25
I had a CX500 :80:

If I still had it now could make a fortune flogging it to some stupid hipster :mrgreen:
Someone owns a CX500 trike in Chippenham. Never moves from his driveway. Think he's too embarrassed to ride it...

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Re: CONFESSIONAL

Post by MikeZ » May 12th, '19, 14:56

Kata wrote:
May 9th, '19, 13:06
MikeZ wrote:
May 8th, '19, 21:56
I ran an MZ250 through 2 winters. It was amusing, handled well (for the time), and was good fun. Nobody ever tried to steal it. . . .
That where you got the MikeZ from? :-)
Umm no. . :shock: i never thought of that. My main last 3 bikes have been zx10 zx9r z1000 .
I also owned a cx500 about 10 years back, only lasted through 1 winter till it threw a conrod.
In fact the only non 4 cylinder bike I've owned and not blown since 1982 has been that mz so it must have been tough.

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