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    Ooohhh noice,

    For me, what I love about it, yep front lights with the underslung DRLs look menacing, but i love the tech in the dash. Ive been interested in these TFT screened machines (looked at upgrading the rsv4, the speed triple, but decided there was more they could do with TFT colour dashes, and now BMW has done it, built in NAV and phone controls, no more bloody phone mounts or green meanie inspired RAPE Race Tape Phone holder. Keep the bloody phone where it belongs, out of sight and mind.
    When the only tool you have is a hammer, every thing starts to look like a nail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubs View Post
    i now want a balloon tyred roll and kill farm bike

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    my uncle had one on the farm in wagin. i wasnt old enough to ride but can confirm those trikes are extremely roll happy. just gentle rides around with the old man had us basically on two wheels every corner.
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    little end bearing. best describes as the sound of 'A little black man with a hammer in your engine'. big end sounds like a bigger black man...

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    Red with carbon wheels would look sexual

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    Sorry.. got to be the TriColour, the red one looks like a 6 year old Fireblade.
    Trying to think of a wise and sincere signature quote, but the only words that leap to mind are, "TITTY SPRINKLES"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny D View Post
    my uncle had one on the farm in wagin. i wasnt old enough to ride but can confirm those trikes are extremely roll happy. just gentle rides around with the old man had us basically on two wheels every corner.
    My grand father had 2 of them on sheepstation in NZ. I first rode one by myself at 5years old (throttle set screw closed to 25% and I couldn't reach the shifter for gears)
    Used to ride them unrestricted from 8years old. Could drive a Ferguson tractor at 8 as well.
    When the only tool you have is a hammer, every thing starts to look like a nail
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    Looks same, same but different.

    Not quite the catfish look of the R1 so that's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirsty View Post
    My grand father had 2 of them on sheepstation in NZ. I first rode one by myself at 5years old (throttle set screw closed to 25% and I couldn't reach the shifter for gears)
    Used to ride them unrestricted from 8years old. Could drive a Ferguson tractor at 8 as well.
    Hah, also learnt to drive on a Ferguson (1095?) at 8. Now that's how you scare some extended family
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