Discussion in 'Motorcycles and Motorhomes' started by csx355, May 8, 2018.
So I went
And he went . . .
1963 lambretta li 125
1969 MZ es/250 2 just some minor restoration to finish.
Now this (1972 Honda Classic Race Bike)
Last years line up, a few have gone now and I am thinking of what to have next.
Apart from the Yam 400E that I have restored a few times in 18 years I change bikes every few years.
Now your're talking class!!
I have a couple of classic Yamaha's for sale, pm me if intested.
Is my trusty two stroke Aprilia steed old enough to qualify for this thread?
August 1976 T140V, one of Meridens co op bikes.
Blimey - that’s upped the ante somewhat - not sure about that there young whipper snapper interloper. Desparetely trying to keep my powder dry here - let’s go with age before beauty - any guesses?
Rubbish - far too new........
Nope never seen one of those but it looks European - probably French. Hand change, girder fork moped, tidy.
1949 Motobecane Poney
Not the prettiest, but it does raise a smile and even good laugh from most even when I leave them choking through the billowing cloud of two stroke in my wake.
Now that's lovely ----- and same colour as the RD?
I thought it would be French, exactly the same age as me but in far better condition!! - wonderful
Gooseneck - IOM. I'll see you there in August? I'll be parked up in Mooragh Park.
Off on the 26th May for the TT, with modern Gixer
Then back over 18th August for the Classic with the Honda
I stay a Peel these days, but maybe we should arrange a IOM MHF meet?
Heres a few I have owned - alas all sold now
Most unreliable - the newest The one most missed - the oldest
Raleigh MA30 1930 by MikeD posted May 9, 2018 at 5:47 PM
Rudge Special 1928 by MikeD posted May 9, 2018 at 5:47 PM
1954 Norton Dominator by MikeD posted May 9, 2018 at 5:47 PM
Some might not like my taste, but I like the odd and quirky as you may have noticed in my earlier post.
49cc Trojan MiniMotor
98cc Francis-Barnett Powerbike 56
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