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Pictures / Re: Random 'biking in Scotland photo's thread
« Last post by flyfifer on Today at 21:20:00 »
 :( I seem to recollect a significant War Memorial at Rosehall ??
Is that correct.
I hid in the shade today and did b'all 😬.
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Pictures / Re: Random 'biking in Scotland photo's thread
« Last post by outrunner on Today at 19:30:54 »
Sh1te weather day in Scotland again . . .

Steve T

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I know what you mean Steve, only 30 degrees here today.  :)

Andy.
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Pictures / Re: Random 'biking in Scotland photo's thread
« Last post by Steve T on Today at 19:08:12 »
Sh1te weather day in Scotland again . . .



Steve T

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Pictures / Re: Random 'biking in Scotland photo's thread
« Last post by Three Dawg on Today at 17:49:48 »
Lovely day for a picnic - me and Mrs 3D went up to Ardmair north of Ullapool.  Really warm and sheltered there, and the pebbly beach was no more uncomfortable than the seat on a GS.  We then headed north again to Ledmore Junction and then back via Rosehall, Bonar Bridge and over Struie Hill.  Very pleasant. ;)  Bike is running very well. 



Is that a sheep or a bike in the meadow?




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MY BIKE / Re: Visceral Experience
« Last post by Steve T on August 24, 2019, 17:27:32 PM »
Cheers Don.

Yep, the big red beasty sure is an incentive to get things right and get bike fit again for Neil.

Steve T

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MY BIKE / Re: Preparations for another longish trip
« Last post by Three Dawg on August 24, 2019, 15:19:49 PM »
Unfortunately we are quite likely to  find ourselves dicing with maniac drivers in Landcruisers along the way (it's a Latin macho thing apparently and you need a strategy to get past cos they will try to block you) so I will be using my headlight shield.  The old one has suffered a bit, so I got myself a piece of 4mm acrylic sheet and fashioned another one.   4.50 to you squire plus a bit of filing. ;D

Old:



New  (bugs are on the light...):



Wonder if there is some way of making tear-offs to try to preserve the clear finish?

Just had quotes for getting the thing to Heathrow in a van - blimey, it's expensive!  I'll never be able to afford one of those fancy 1250s at this rate!

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MY BIKE / Re: Visceral Experience
« Last post by BIG D on August 24, 2019, 09:47:02 AM »
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Glad to know the lads on the mend Steve, that Ducati is a big incentive it looks awesome


D
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Europe Road Trips / Re: Rosyth to Netherlands
« Last post by BIG D on August 24, 2019, 09:44:57 AM »
Cheers for that, hope it comes off my family may see more of me then.


D
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MY BIKE / Re: Visceral Experience
« Last post by Steve T on August 21, 2019, 21:03:10 PM »
Cheers Ian.

Just home after a trip to Edinburgh, then back via Aberdeen where Neil will be spending tonight & tomorrow whilst the medics there give him the once over, as they now have him in thier care after the transplant.

We are still stunned by the speed of the whole thing and even more so by Neils recovery so far. Here's hoping that it continues in that vein.

Steve T

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