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PostPosted: Mon Jun 24, 2013 10:49 am 
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well I finally got my butt into gear and fixed the gears :lol: so took it for a quick spin up the road to test it which turned into a 5 mile ride. I know she's tatty and I would like to get new bars later on but she owes me a grand total of £6.19 so Im not complaining. :D

and she actually rides not bad either, I was surprised and didnt feel as heavy as I was expecting so am actually pretty chuffed with her. Yes you can laugh at the sidestand. it was on there when I got it and its actually proved to be quite useful.

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apologies for the rubbish phone pics.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 10:16 pm 
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For not quite two pints that's ace!

If you venture as far east as east Devon I have some risers (Not period correct!) bars you can have free.

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