Box hill today

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Box hill today

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I stopped of at Rykas for a quick coffee today and the carpark was like an example of my garage over the years... a sportster, a super dream, triumph tiger, evo softail and these...Image

Yes the scrambler is mine :dance:
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Re: Box hill today

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Look at the difference in the amount of front fork travel provided :shock:
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andybaggies wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 4:51 pm Look at the difference in the amount of front fork travel provided :shock:
I'm beginning to think that the only bikes suitable for the general state of our roads are those with at least some claim to off-road capability, even if, like Sheb's Scrambler, it's only notional. You can't soak up bumps with only an inch or two of travel. The downside is a high riding position, which can definitely be a worry for those of us vertically challenged.

Good to see the bike Shebs! :thumbsup:

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Re: Box hill today

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why is there another bike coering up the nice picture of a raptor :nerner:
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