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Just chillin' after 80 mile Sunday cruise, Crawley , West Sussex to South Downs, Arundel, Whiteways Cafe, then on to North Downs , BoxHill, Ryka's, then back home.
Doesn't look as cool as Old Smithy, shame you are out of easy range cos then it could be 4 SCR's, and the thousand collective gods would catch their collective breath!
Still haven't seen another SCR down here......little johnny no mates...Sob!
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Just chillin' after 80 mile Sunday cruise, Crawley , West Sussex to South Downs, Arundel, Whiteways Cafe, then on to North Downs , BoxHill, Ryka's, then back home.
Doesn't look as cool as Old Smithy, shame you are out of easy range cos then it could be 4 SCR's, and the thousand collective gods would catch their collective breath!
Still haven't seen another SCR down here......little johnny no mates...Sob!
As much as I like SCRs, I’d have that Jota in a breath. There was one at Squires last week - my God, that made a noise…….:love:

Yeah, it would be a long way for you……shame, pretty sure 4 might be a world record……:ROFLMAO: ?

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you must have enjoyed having a bike that no one else turned up on.
remember when I rode a 1200gs and a wag said " Oh you've brought a clit bike".... I asked what a clit bike was and was told "every c#&ts got one"
sounds a great way to spend a Sunday.... I've been to work
 

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you must have enjoyed having a bike that no one else turned up on.
remember when I rode a 1200gs and a wag said " Oh you've brought a clit bike".... I asked what a clit bike was and was told "every c#&ts got one"
sounds a great way to spend a Sunday.... I've been to work
That entire joke, I imagine, will leave our US brethren completely dumb-founded!! :ROFLMAO:

Tis true, tho…..

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As much as I like SCRs, I’d have that Jota in a breath. There was one at Squires last week - my God, that made a noise…….:love:

Yeah, it would be a long way for you……shame, pretty sure 4 might be a world record……:ROFLMAO: ?

Ben
Jota... noun Spanish folk dance performed in triple time...
Wolves had a player named jota who scored a hatrick (3 goals/triple ).
nice having a bike that is not on every corner, no problem finding SCR Ben for the big SCR meet .
 

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nice having a bike that is not on every corner, no problem finding SCR Ben for the big SCR meet .
Unless I go on the Harley (seen here at the aforementioned Matlock Bath, along with the also-aforementioned Tracer, just a few weeks ago…… :) )

Having said that, that would make an “SCR Meet” pretty pointless…….:ROFLMAO:

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Have pm'd phone number in case we struggle to find SCR owners (expecting big turn out)
41 Z900rs at super sausage meet last week (it rained)
Mines a jaffa with black lid on mirror.
I’ve not received it mate, but I’ve just PM’ed you mine…..I’ll show you how to PM in person!! :ROFLMAO:

There was 7 or 8 Jaffas at Squires in a row last week too…..same day as the Jota was there. Wonder if it was the same Yorkshire contingent outward or homeward bound…..?? (Didn’t get a picture tho…..)

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you must have enjoyed having a bike that no one else turned up on.
remember when I rode a 1200gs and a wag said " Oh you've brought a clit bike".... I asked what a clit bike was and was told "every c#&ts got one"
sounds a great way to spend a Sunday.... I've been to work
Yeah, you are right... I used to dream of having a Rocket III, could of about afforded a mark1 , but today I saw 5 - expensive clit bike.....
 

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Just looking through the posts. I agree with all that's been said..... It's good to have a build that is so rare. I used to own a B M W GS. Brilliant bike but every ride around Scotland was like waving at cousins.
Quick question .... Where did you get the crash bars ?
 

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Just looking through the posts. I agree with all that's been said..... It's good to have a build that is so rare. I used to own a B M W GS. Brilliant bike but every ride around Scotland was like waving at cousins.
Quick question .... Where did you get the crash bars ?
Hi Dave
They are Fehling crash bars model 7560, I got them via E-bay from a German company called motosport-knorr, I had a quick look but they are not advertising them now.
I went there so I could get the bars, pannier guards and rear grab /luggage rack all together, took about 10 days to arrive from Germany.
Bikemart.co.uk stock the bars , £134.95, which is about what I paid, but not sure if/what postage is, or Louis-moto.co.uk have them for £119.00.
Fairly easy to fit, but I had to drill out one of the mounting holes on the extension that Fehling provide for mounting the horn .

hope that helps...
 

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Hi Dave
They are Fehling crash bars model 7560, I got them via E-bay from a German company called motosport-knorr, I had a quick look but they are not advertising them now.
I went there so I could get the bars, pannier guards and rear grab /luggage rack all together, took about 10 days to arrive from Germany.
Bikemart.co.uk stock the bars , £134.95, which is about what I paid, but not sure if/what postage is, or Louis-moto.co.uk have them for £119.00.
Fairly easy to fit, but I had to drill out one of the mounting holes on the extension that Fehling provide for mounting the horn .

hope that helps...
You can order direct from Fehling:


That’s what I did for my luggage rack and pannier mounts.

Ben
 
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