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Guess what I'm getting at the end of the month

Started by: eggbeater (3072)

Started: 10th Jun 2024 at 16:52
Last edited by eggbeater: 10th Jun 2024 at 16:53:11

Posted by: mollie m (7291) 

Ooh, that is a beautiful piece of machinery. I love it, but I'd never get on one. What year is that?

Take care when riding.

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:22

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

2014 Mollie she's in immaculate condition only done 6,800 mile nothing better that a bike Mollie lol and I will

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:37

Posted by: tomplum (12734) 

Sure is a nice bike egg yed, Are you getting that and keeping the Ducati or trading it in

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:37

Posted by: peebee (748) 

When it falls over don't come asking me for help.
Why do we always say 'She' when referring to a mechanical object.?

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:39
Last edited by peebee: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:41:15

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

Hopefully peebee it won't fall over lol, tom.got rid of the Ducati 2 years back part exchanged it for a Yamaha rd500

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 17:43

Posted by: Billinge Biker (2416) 

Very nice...after my current bike.. I'm having one built by diamond trikes N.I...goldwing trike..Derek the owner good friend...Pensioner now...balance will go one day

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 18:19

Posted by: tonker (28137) 

I sold a Goldwing a couple of years ago. I wish I hadn’t. It was a very comfortable ride.

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 19:44

Posted by: roylew (4067)

Hate em

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 20:52

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

It's obvious you've never ridden Roy, I will just say you don't know what you're missing

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 21:06

Posted by: J3mbo (128)

That's a lovely looking machine!

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 21:14

Posted by: tomplum (12734) 

A motor biker called Ron
was a fan of, 'Doing the ton'
Till his bike slipped and spun
then had a , ' head on'
His bike stopped its fun.
but Ron carried on...

Replied: 10th Jun 2024 at 21:55

Posted by: whups (13477) 

seems the internet is back up on marsh green .

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 01:04

Posted by: PeterP (11471)

Nice looking m/c looks like a bike to go cruising on more than a town bike. Must weight a fair bit and would need a good balance when stop/start in traffic.Once out on the open roads-motorways then it looks like a very comfortable ride

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 06:42

Posted by: whups (13477) 

paid for by dole money . he,s not worked for over 20yrs .

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 11:33

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

The green eyed monster raises its head thanks for all you're kind comments decent posters

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 12:00

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

PeterP my intention is to do a bit of touring firstly around Scotland then a tour of the war cemetarys in France and Belgium then different country's in europe

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 12:04

Posted by: whups (13477) 

no green eye on my part & seeing your internet is back up & running in marsh gr isnt it true you,ve not done a tap in over 20yrs & sponged your bikes from our money ? .

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 12:58

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

But you forget workshy your mate shatty is helping me with his tax contributions it's all his fault if you want to blame anybody blame him hahahahaha un be thinking about you as I travel around europe there one thing workshy it certainly ain't you're tax that's paid for it last time you worked you got paid in farthings bwahahahaha

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 13:43
Last edited by eggbeater: 11th Jun 2024 at 13:45:37

Posted by: tomplum (12734) 

I'm confused Eggy , If you've not worked for 20 years as whupsie says, how will you fund this rather nice bike, Can you get them on disability benefit with a blue badge, ?

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 17:06

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

Tom I thowt you had more sense than take that idiot on, I've had him and his cronies running round in circles for donkeys years lol do you honestly think the dole paid me enough to spend 10s of thousands on bikes!!!

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 20:55
Last edited by eggbeater: 11th Jun 2024 at 20:57:24

Posted by: tomplum (12734) 

Just wondering thats all, Summuts not reet, I know Brian is an upstanding pitprop of society and I don't know you at all, I'm sure he wouldn't say misleading things , I know those bikes are not cheap and the insurance of it and running costs are way above my finances and I've worked ALL my life so. yeah I'm a bit jealous so. If you've earned it, Good on ya and enjoy it...

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 21:16

Posted by: eggbeater (3072)

HAHAHAHA UPSTANDING WORKSHY? Its obvious you don't know him well as he's full of shite!!!

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 21:34

Posted by: mollie m (7291) 

A few years ago I saw a Honda Goldwing outside a charity shop priced up at £250. It looked quite old, but in reasonable condition. Perhaps needed work on the engine because it was so cheap, or they just wanted shut of it.

About a year ago, I mentioned it to Alan Bott, owner of Pem Tyres, and he said if he'd known about it he would have snapped it up.

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 21:38

Posted by: tomplum (12734) 

I've never like those because of the size. like a couch on wheels and also, There was always a massive CLUNK as you put it in gear, I got a honda CB750 in 1978 and I found that a big clumsy beast, the bike I had much fun on was a 1970 Triumph Bonneville. I toured europe on that ,,Ah, the fun I had on that,

thats me with the arrow pointing at me

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 21:51

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (15685)


Was that front drum brake on your Triumph Bonneville, of a twin leading shoo design ?

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 23:55

Posted by: whups (13477) 

he,s already admitted it tom further up this blog by saying shatty is contributing to his pastime by paying his tax contributions . if anyone is workshy on here it,s the likes of him . he got sacked & never got another job & claiming everything in the book . how else can he fund bikes like these ? .

Replied: 11th Jun 2024 at 23:55

Posted by: PeterP (11471)

If you look on-line you can purchase one of these bikes for in between £10000-£12000 which is less than some second hand cars

Replied: 12th Jun 2024 at 06:16

Posted by: Stardelta (11971)

My initial thought LG was ‘sacked’ but it seems there is not much chance of that happening!

Replied: 12th Jun 2024 at 13:15

Posted by: whups (13477) 

no there,s not stardelta . somethings never change .

Replied: 13th Jun 2024 at 23:45


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