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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Sun Jan 03, 2010 4:20 am

Na the fucker text me the day before i was due to pick it up and said he sold it, evenn after telling me he would keep it for me

I had transport to pick it up and everything sorted aswell...
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Benneyboy on Sun Jan 03, 2010 5:34 am

Will-Radford wrote:Na the fucker text me the day before i was due to pick it up and said he sold it, evenn after telling me he would keep it for me

I had transport to pick it up and everything sorted aswell...


ah well bud ,


buy a 125 !!!

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Sun Jan 03, 2010 5:38 am

Got my first driving lesson on my birthday, january 9th Wink

Not long now
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Post by DanHam on Sun Jan 03, 2010 6:35 pm

Will-Radford wrote:Got my first driving lesson on january 9th

Take note, people of Wiltshire Smile

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:22 am

Yuppp haha, all my dads mates said they are staying inside that day lmfao
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Post by Benneyboy on Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:58 am

Will-Radford wrote:Got my first driving lesson on my birthday, january 9th Wink

Not long now

get ready peeps to see wills avatar change to pic of a boyed up saxo in a multi storey car park parked hard like lol

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 8:03 am

Ohh aii wont be long ben lmfao
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Benneyboy on Mon Jan 04, 2010 8:41 am

Will-Radford wrote:Ohh aii wont be long ben lmfao

as long as you still keep the rs !!!!~!

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 8:42 am

Sleep

Nawwww its bye bye fiddy im a afraid
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Post by Benneyboy on Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:47 am

Will-Radford wrote:Sleep

Nawwww its bye bye fiddy im a afraid



what !!!!!!!!!!

please tell me another bike will make its way to you for summer chilly ?

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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 10:08 am

Ohh ofcourse

What do you take me for
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:21 pm

more snow coming this week guys and girls......

Take care out there! Take a four wheeler too Very Happy
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:31 pm

my drive way hasnt thawed out in over 3 weeks now, and my bike wont start either. hopefully its just because its frozen solid or something and will work when it thaws out
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:36 pm

Your battery may be dead or spark plugs gummed?

I sprayed both of mine with ACF50 through and through and then laced them with silicone moisture displacing coating. Took the battery out of one bike to make sure it's charged - hoping the other one can cope!

You must be getting terrible weather out there. Over here, it's supposed to drop to -2C tonight but only snow was x1 day. I can see the tide has just come back in with the moonlight over the water surface. It's just so beautiful here. With the central heating on too. Heck - we even have a fireplace! But we're on the top floor and I'm too cold to go and get some wooden logs to roast. Maybe later on the week Smile
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:43 pm

Bluecollarlove wrote:Your battery may be dead or spark plugs gummed?

I sprayed both of mine with ACF50 through and through and then laced them with silicone moisture displacing coating. Took the battery out of one bike to make sure it's charged - hoping the other one can cope!

You must be getting terrible weather out there. Over here, it's supposed to drop to -2C tonight but only snow was x1 day. I can see the tide has just come back in with the moonlight over the water surface. It's just so beautiful here. With the central heating on too. Heck - we even have a fireplace! But we're on the top floor and I'm too cold to go and get some wooden logs to roast. Maybe later on the week Smile

Ive never seen it last like this b4, when it started snowing 5 days b4 christmas i thought, Dam that means no snow for christmas as it only lasts 2 days round here, but we have been white ever since. my car driving skills are getting much better on the ice now which is good.


im hoping its just the spark plugs , going to wait till i know i can take it out a run b4 i do a bit of tinkering about as there is no point now as i wont be able to get it out the front gate


sounds really lovely where u are (not jealous at all lol)
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Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:51 pm

Yeah - I haven't seen London as treacherous as I had before Christmas.

I'm out on a little island between here and Europe - it's beautiful. I'd invite you all around, but the flights are friggin' expensive! The only problem .... roads aren't great for motorcycling due to water beading on the surface: there isn't any. It just stays there, and aquaplaning isn't unusual here. Not that it rains much though....

Last time I was in England before Christmas, the car parks were like ice skating rinks. Getting to the car was hard enough, let alone driving without denting someone's car. I parked in the back of the car park to avoid other numpty drivers - had a great slide all the way over to the car and then hit a dry patch and almost tripped myself up head over heels. Doh'!
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Lissee on Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:57 pm

Bluecollarlove wrote:Yeah - I haven't seen London as treacherous as I had before Christmas.

I'm out on a little island between here and Europe - it's beautiful. I'd invite you all around, but the flights are friggin' expensive! The only problem .... roads aren't great for motorcycling due to water beading on the surface: there isn't any. It just stays there, and aquaplaning isn't unusual here. Not that it rains much though....

Last time I was in England before Christmas, the car parks were like ice skating rinks. Getting to the car was hard enough, let alone driving without denting someone's car. I parked in the back of the car park to avoid other numpty drivers - had a great slide all the way over to the car and then hit a dry patch and almost tripped myself up head over heels. Doh'!

Yeah right , ud invite us all round lmao, it wouldnt be as beautiful then wud it lol
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:06 pm

Bluecollarlove wrote:Yeah - I haven't seen London as treacherous as I had before Christmas.

I'm out on a little island between here and Europe - it's beautiful. I'd invite you all around, but the flights are friggin' expensive! The only problem .... roads aren't great for motorcycling due to water beading on the surface: there isn't any. It just stays there, and aquaplaning isn't unusual here. Not that it rains much though....

Last time I was in England before Christmas, the car parks were like ice skating rinks. Getting to the car was hard enough, let alone driving without denting someone's car. I parked in the back of the car park to avoid other numpty drivers - had a great slide all the way over to the car and then hit a dry patch and almost tripped myself up head over heels. Doh'!

My mum took me to a carpark to let me have a blitz in her car, it was an ice rink so she decided not too. so she drove around mucking about so i wacked up the handbrake
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:14 pm

Lissee wrote:
Yeah right , ud invite us all round lmao, it wouldnt be as beautiful then wud it lol

Lol - you can see right through me! Very Happy


Will - have you been watching re-runs of 'Starsky and Hutch'?! The handbrake manoeuvre was immortalised in those screeching tyre clips.

Generally my foot brakes work just fine on the ice rink car park. it's the front wheel drive A*holes you've got to watch out for: Jaguars; BMWs and Mercedes. None of them have much pushing power when it comes to hills and bumps on the ice Smile
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:18 pm

Ahh but she wasnt expecting it. one minute she was turning round next she was sideways
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:38 pm

Your mom loves you too much Very Happy

You'd be on the floor beneath the clutch if you got that brake lever up!

Still - can be good fun and experience for learning what a side skid feels like Very Happy
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Re: motorbiking in the snow

Post by Will-Radford on Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:41 pm

*cough* Users with a birthday within the next 7 days: Greg J (18), Will-Radford (17) *cough*


She being nice to me at the mo Very Happy
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Post by Bluecollarlove on Mon Jan 04, 2010 5:04 pm

Well none of us ever had any doubts that Greg was more mature than you Smile

Well done for growing up though Will! You should be pleased! Give yourself 17 pats on the back! Very Happy
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Post by Will-Radford on Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:26 am

What! i thought i acted more like a 20 yr old xD
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Post by Bluecollarlove on Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:15 am

Will-Radford wrote:What! i thought i acted more like a 20 yr old xD

Haha! Every 15 year old thinks they act like 20 Very Happy
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