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Latest addition to man cave . . . . .

Discussion in 'Our Rides' started by Steve T, May 30, 2017.

  1. Steve T

    Steve T Well-Known Member

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    Heres the shiny new thing with the rest of the garage collection arranged around it . . . .

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    Eldest & youngests sons chariots arranged alongside my little collection of automotive luverlies :rolleyes: :respect13:

    Steve T

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    Hamster Active Member

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    That's not a collection, that's a dealership.
     
  3. Steve T

    Steve T Well-Known Member

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    Not really a new addition, just a change of ownership . . . . . . . from eldest son to me :D
    Felt I had to take it out and start the "bonding" process :thumbsup:
    Picture taken just after I'd got the bike up from its lay-down after finding some ice under some snow :rolleyes:
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    Back onto the black stuff, which was mainly salty grey in colour, but at least it was dry . . . .ish o_O
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  4. austin

    austin Well-Known Member Forum Supporter

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    Hmmm, a little lay-down. Not like you Steve. I hope bike and body undamaged.
     
  5. Steve T

    Steve T Well-Known Member

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    Bike and me are fine thanks Austin ;)

    Just riding very tentatively due to having been off the bike for so long and not being as strong / fit as I was, meant that I didn't have enough momentum to keep the front pushing through and over the icy stuff :rolleyes:. Was interesting getting the bike upright and then off of the ice o_O

    Took another hurle out today - Dufftown, Cabrach, Strathdon, Corgarff, Lecht, Tomintoul, Glenlivet and then home. Only took a couple of photo's as the wind was that strong at some scenic points I feared that both the bike and I would get blown over.

    View from the Corgarff view point . .

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    Steve T

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  6. Steve T

    Steve T Well-Known Member

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    Some piccies from todays bimble. Tried stealing some cake from Lowflyer, but he must have heard me coming and closed the curtains and hid himself under the stairs :rolleyes: :D
    Note to self - fit quieter exhaust when trying to steal cake :lolgroup:

    Anyway, as per normal upon my arrival in Inverness, it started to rain :rolleyes:, so I went and hid under the Kessock bridge till the skies cleared a bit . . . .

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    I had planned on riding out to Ullapool via the scenic route, but the leaden grey skies crashing in from the west pushed me and the bike south into the hills . . . . . .

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    Nice little bimble out on nicely warming roads, taking a meandering route that avoided any precipitation :thumbsup:
    Bike still looked like it'd been ridden through a bog by the time I got home - farmers, please clear your sh1te from the roads once you've finished in the fields for the day. Yeh, right, and pigs might fly o_O

    Steve T

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  7. Barftone

    Barftone Active Member

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    The original classic and the inspitration for many others! Enjoy it
     
  8. Lowflyer

    Lowflyer Well-Known Member Forum Supporter

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    Hi Steve,


    Sorry about missing you --- I was out tootling about as well. I headed out A82 as far as Drum, felt the wind change and dark clouds looming so headed out by Contin via the Culnakirk.
    Thought you were still under the weather :(
    I was and am, thought the run would do me good, but off sick Mon/Tue , working from home the now ;)
    Bloody bugs keep getting worse the older you get.
    Think I'll go for the flu jab end of the year.

    Catch you later :thumbsup:
     
  9. Steve T

    Steve T Well-Known Member

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    John,

    You've got an age related allergy to work - give it up you pound chaser and start putting some miles on yer bikes . . . . . . when your better of course :rolleyes: :thumbsup:

    talk soon

    Steve T

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