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In the past 6 months I’ve hardly touched my mountain bike - and re kindled my love for my old 25O that’s sat unloved at my parents for well over 25yrs

1 x Rothmans Honda NSR - loving the journey with the old man of getting it back into running order via a complete strip down
 

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Still got my 955 Sprint ST, been out on it today for a nice ride. My 530 EXC-R sat waiting for a new rear and MOT and hopefully about to relieve a friend of his GS850 :D

Also we need some pics of the NSR :cool:

On a side note question type thing, THM, does your Triumph have the beeping noise when the indicators are on? stood eating an egg custard at the foot of Mam Tor today, taking in the views, as a Triumph similar to your own passed by it filled the air with a glorious sound, then proceeded to spoil it by the beep beep beep of the indicator as it turned :?
 

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No it does not! It does have Norman Hyde pipes though. Very evocative burble but still passes the mot.
 

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The first motorcycle in our family was a 1938 Harley that was my brothers. He also had a 1934 Ford roadster. This was in the 1950s. Then in 1964 I briefly had a Zundapp, I think it was a very old 200 cc two stroke? Then I had a 1965 CZ, then a 66 Bonniville, then a 1967 tr6c, then a Kawasaki two stroke then a 1957 tr6c. I wish I still had the Zundapp and the CZ. They were slow but reliable. I still have the 1967 tr6c I bought new and the 1957 tr6c.B04137F0-E16C-4B76-BD83-F695F70E19F2.jpeg394AC1A6-6443-40D5-8AB7-526ADB6C9965.jpeg
 
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Nabeaquam

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The first motorcycle in our family was a 1938 Harley that was my brothers. He also had a 1934 Ford roadster. This was in the 1950s. Then in 1964 I briefly had a Zundapp, I think it was a very old 200 cc two stroke? Then I had a CZ, then a 66 Bonniville, then a 1967 tr6c, then a Kawasaki two stroke then a 1957 tr6c. I wish I still had the Zundapp and the CZ. They were slow but reliable. I still have the 1967 tr6c I bought new and the 1957 tr6c.36311E12-3FA4-48E4-9653-DF56E9F560AB.jpegE9EAC6F3-0387-4CBE-8905-722D71FDA890.jpeg
 

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Picked up a non classic but entertaining winter snotter a few weeks ago. I plan to tour on it once I trust it. 76097794-A21F-485E-B2A1-53825087154F.jpeg
 
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