I had a brand new runner sold it quick, utter heap o crap.
Then had a yamaha xmax 250 which was well, fast and comfy. Except the alternator didn’t fair well therefore a charge every couple of weeks or so was needed.
Then got into supermotos and got a 690cc single cylinder which was fun when the fuelling works properly.
Personally, just go get your cbt done for a motorcycle and then buy a yammy ybr, really sound bike for a learner.Posted 4 years agonsaintsMember
Time to reactivate this thread for a personal gratuitous ‘look what I’ve got’ post 😳
Haven’t been here for a while as I’ve been diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and have been slated for a replacement – most of the bikes have now gone as cycling has taken a massive backwards step
However I’ve gone out and bought an un-restored Lambretta SX150 to replace my GP200 I sold when kids came onto the scene 14 years agoPosted 4 years agorob2Member
Man this brings back some memories. I used to have a small frame Vespa, 1976, no indicators, 135kit, 4th gear added. Loved it but had to sell it to get an engagement ring.Posted 4 years ago
Lasting memory of seizing it on the m4 outside Swindon in the way to a Tenby rally when I got towed by an overtaking lorry.
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