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First Proper Ride Today...


Graham Smith

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Not a Vincent I know, but I’m really proud of my eldest lad @Josh Smith today.

Having spent a year on his 1973 Yamaha FS1-E, he’s now graduated onto his 1979 Yamaha RD125DX.

He would’ve been riding his Vincent NSU Fox, but the insurance is crazy expensive.

We’ve had a few mechanical issues to deal with on the RD, but hopefully they’re all behind us now.

I might try and get out on it tomorrow to see what it’s like!
 

Mike 40M

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Not as proud as you must be, but also made first run of the year.
Finished fixing the most obvious faults on my "new" WDB40. Nice to have a green lane bike again.
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BigEd

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Not a Vincent I know, but I’m really proud of my eldest lad @Josh Smith today.

Having spent a year on his 1973 Yamaha FS1-E, he’s now graduated onto his 1979 Yamaha RD125DX.

He would’ve been riding his Vincent NSU Fox, but the insurance is crazy expensive.

We’ve had a few mechanical issues to deal with on the RD, but hopefully they’re all behind us now.

I might try and get out on it tomorrow to see what
it’s like!
Well done Josh.
 

Colin

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Just SORNED a bike and the Camper, so we "oldies " are out and about on our pedal bikes, for 10/20 miles every day in the country lanes of rural Kent. No problem keeping a "social distance" in these lanes, yesterday all we saw were two pheasants, a squirrel, and a big yellow tractor, in a nearby field! Somewhat chilly and pedalling into a strong northeasterly wind or up our steep hills can be hard going.


Psst. We did" electrocute " our Bromptons a few months back, so a little help from the motors from time to time, did not go amiss!!! ;)

Well done @Josh Smith anyway:D
 

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