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Good track & racing days :-( ......

Last couple of bikes....also had Suzuki k7 & k8 kwaker zx10 2005( what a beast)

4 wheels moves the body but 2 wheels moves the soul.

 

2007 Yamaha R1 turn 5 zwartkops

2008 honda fireblade club house cnr kyalami

2009 Yamaha R1 Big Bang turn 2 kyalami

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My Ducati 848 Streetfighter. Perfect balance between speed, fun, power, light weight, nippyness and looks.

OMG THAT IS AWESOMNESS PERSONIFIED...DROOL

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i want...

 

It is a rather sweet bike, but sadly not made for two and there is no way he would let me ride it myself.

 

Good thing for me is he can't complain about my 3 bicycles as together they cost less than his KTM.

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hehehe, thats in Kiwi land...

If here in SA, your name is Julius and you do that speed in your diesel BMW then get cought by the police... the court will hear there isnt enough evidence.

 

If im not mistaken a few years back some guy got cought there in NZ doing 160 odd km/h and it made front page news.

 

Yup, if you get caught doing knots, you are in SERIOUS trouble - and will make the news for sure. Which isn't to say people don't do it. The trick is not to get caught :w00t:

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Wanted to buy a Suzuki Dr 650 but they apparently have taken them off the market, so looking at a klr now, but have to sell one of my cars to do so, have a cash flow situation going on

 

You might have to buy sooner than you would like legislation is being introduced where all single cylinder big capacity carburetor bikes won't be imported anymore. That means no more new dr650, Klr or xr650.

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