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Old 26-11-2010, 11:26 AM
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Hey, Im new to this stuff so i a willing to sound like [or more have to] sound like a idiot for a while, hope your all ready for noob question time

first started really getting into bikes when i worked at triumph hinckley then hit the credit crunch ending my career prospect as an engineer.... anyways back on my feet now done cbt saving up for full test and accidentally rode my mates cb 750 lowrider around and brought it much to the delight of my missus - Least i have a project now

Looking forward to be a full biker someday and letting the old cm125 have a breather... and a clean...
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Old 26-11-2010, 01:23 PM
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Welcome to the forum Bailey.

take it easy in this weather.

Ride safe.

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Old 27-11-2010, 05:36 PM
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cheers mate an with my 125 i dont think i have very much choice :P
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Old 28-11-2010, 10:06 AM
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it stil hurts whether its a fatboy or a cm 125
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Old 28-11-2010, 10:47 AM
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Welcome to the forum. Another rebel 125 on the roads in this lovely weather. They are pretty good bikes though the lack of center stand can get on my nerves come chain lube time. I still have the rebel as my main bike despite having the bikes and licence to go bigger, its reliable and light enough to pick up if you do drop it Keep an eye on the front downtube, it can catch the crud and rotover time btw (don't ask how I know this but a vauxhall cavalier mk3 door is really usefull to repair a rotted downtube...........
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Old 29-11-2010, 12:55 AM
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haha cheers for the advice :P already got my cb 750 lowrider waiting to be painted and adjusted but will still keep the 27 year old 125 as an ornament.. or even use it for a project.. in fact my mates got a small plunger frame in his garage... :P ill wait till i done my test so have transport first however
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Welcome to the forum, Bailey.
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