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dismounting

macvette

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Anyone got an elegant dismount method for a series D with centre stand ie how do you get off and deploy the stand:eek:
 

stumpy lord

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Only if they have very long legs, now me, I have to put the twin on the side stand, then get off, and put it on the centre stand.
stumpy lord.
 

Howard

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Is this some sort of in joke for you people with real Vincent frames, or am I missing something?

I thought you just put one foot on the ground, and swung the other one over the seat. I'll grant you it's not very elegant in a mini skirt, but I only wear the mini on warm days now ....... oops don't tell the wife.

H
 

macvette

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No. It's not a joke. My bike has side stands as well as the centre stand but I can't get one down with my foot so I asked a genuine question, glad you are amused.
Mac
 

Bill Thomas

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Hello Mac, I have a D stand, without the handle and a nice side stand bolted behind the clutch lump, you can flip the side stand down when sitting on the bike, Job done. Cheers Bill.
 
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