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  1. Biker Brian

    Biker Brian Read Only Funster

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    My name is Brian. I have just bought my first motorhome .It is a Rimor Ford 677TC .The model with twin wheels on the back. I purchased this one because I want to tour europe and carry a motorcycle in the garage . According to a roadtest by Practical Motorhome it will carry 450KG in the garage. Are there any Rimor owners out there that can confirm this as it seems a very high amount .
     
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    Hey, I'm Biker Brian.

    But I can't carry a bike on my little MH :cry:
     
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    Hello and :welcome: :thumb:
     
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    Hi Biker Brian, welcome to MotorhomeFun from another Brian.:welcomefunster:
    :flyingwelcome:

    Brisey.
     
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    :welcome:

    Rimor are a decent make and renown for the garage models, I nearly bought a Kentucky which is from the same stable, very popular with competition trials bikers, hope you enjoy it
    Dave
     
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    Hi Biker Brian, welcome to motorhome fun, seems your van will do what it says on the tin, enjoy, one of the best investments you can make is the £10 sub for the year you will save it over and over again with advice and funster discounts.:welcomefunster:
     
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    Hello Biker Brian & :welcomefunster:
     
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    Hi Brian,
    Welcome to the asylum.
     
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    Several friends have these for motocross and can carry two 125cc race bikes in the garage quite easily. Have fun.
     
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    Hi,I am biker Brian also!!
    I have an old Chausson Welcome that is currently a little poorly and coughing up black stuff,sods law 4 days before French CT!!
    On the back I carry either a Honda Dylan 125, Suzuki SB200 or tow my trailer with Kawasaki Versys 650!
    Wonderful payload you have,I am very jealous.Hi and welcome from another newbie!!Just paid my very worthwhile Tenner ,no not Tena:Blush:
     
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