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  • Re: Reflector colour

    I know its a matter of taste, but the first thing I do to a new scooter is pull off those side reflectors, and plug and paint the holes.  
  • Re: Sensible is best

    Pity you are unavailble for the ride. If you change your mind, it leaves at 9 am from Siborg cafe, 2 Langly ave, Cremorne.  
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I would love to see some new colours in the GTS300, but I am not keen on the Supersport because I don't like matt. I far prefer a deep gloss. On Sunday it was back to business as usual with the crowd of motorcyclists at Pie-in-the-Sky. There was barely space to move, let alone engage in social distancing. When I arrived I was ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    There is a lovely loop ride that I do every few months. Down and across the Berowra ferry then through Arcadia, Berrilee and Dural to Galston, then up through Galston gorge to Hornsby and home again. Lovely scenery.  The ride down the old Pacific Highway past Pie-in-the-Sky to Brooklyn is also great fun, good road and lovely bends all ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    Yesterday I washed both scooters and the car. Then I changed the engine oil and filter in the blue scooter. It was overdue for a little TLC. The new filter had been sitting on my workbench for a few months. Next job is a coolant change.  
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I use my car once a week, to do my weekly shopping. The car lives under the carport, and the scooters in the shed (garage), along with my model railway, workbench, etc. I have just read that premier Gladys says that motorcycle riding comes under the heading of exercise, so we don't need an excuse of "necessary" shopping to go ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I had a ride down to Brooklyn this morning for my morning walk. Stopped at Pie in the Sky on the way for a coffee. While I was there a cop car pulled in and as I left the cop was interrogating a motorcyclist mate of mine.  I didn't hang around to hear the outcome, but as I was parking at Brooklyn I saw two other motorcyclists about to ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I ride my scooter like that too. Like to feel the front wheel lift as I take off. Guess I'm still a hoon! Riders in Europe have snow in winter, and salt on the roads which is very hard on the paintwork and any exposed metal. I have never experienced any problem with rust or stones shot up by the front wheel. There aren't generally stones ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I did some work on a couple of Meccano models, pruned some bushes, watched a Poirot, read a fantasy novel, did a couple of sudokus, ate and drank. Didn't ride. Didn't do any exercise. Sorry to hear about your electronic issues - fuel gauge and temperature. I'm amazed that your fuel gauge should be so unreliable in this day and ...
  • Re: Sensible is best

    I have top boxes on both my scoots. I don't like their looks, but they are just so damn useful. And when I am parking and leaving the scooter for a while I like to have my helmet out of sight. Sometimes I remove them for a week or so, just to have my scooters looking beautiful. As I keep a full rainsuit under my saddle there is not much room ...
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