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....part two of the “how old are you” poll

How many Vincent’s do you own?

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Gordon Ryley

Website User
VOC Member
What age do we stop riding our bikes, when we are aware that we cannot pick them
up ie diesel slip riding on our own.Portable air bag ?
 

Colin

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
I'm too old/feeble to pick mine up if it/I fall, but there is always someone about to help the old fella. :)
So KEEP ON RIDING
When you see me next remind me to tell you the story of the little boy who told me last year I was too old for motorbikes. Out of the mouths of babes...…………………………!
 

vibrac

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
I made my move for the next decade yesterday highly reccomended.
When I pressed that button on the Comet and did my first shake down ride of 2020
I am going to like my Electric Start
Now to find that oil leak (there is always one) my guess its the damm pushrod tubes
no matter how careful... etc .... etc
 

Robert Watson

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
I'm too old/feeble to pick mine up if it/I fall, but there is always someone about to help the old fella. :)
So KEEP ON RIDING
When you see me next remind me to tell you the story of the little boy who told me last year I was too old for motorbikes. Out of the mouths of babes...…………………………!
Tony Cording and I were at a car/bike show last fall with the two A's. He still won't let me forget the young lad who showed quite an interest in them and then asked if I had bought them new. If I had bought them as soon as I could get a license, I would be turning 100 this year!
 

Colin

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
Tony Cording and I were at a car/bike show last fall with the two A's. He still won't let me forget the young lad who showed quite an interest in them and then asked if I had bought them new. If I had bought them as soon as I could get a license, I would be turning 100 this year!
;)So? Aren't we all pretty close?!
 

Ducdude

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
At 55 years young I am on the younger end of the scale for Vincent owners I believe. I bought my one and only , rolling chassis Shadow at age 46 and I have found that with regular care the bike is a good daily rider until there is some aged component that pops up needing attention..
 

Robert Watson

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
Ahhhh Ducdude you have hit the nail on the head

"until there is some aged component that pops up needing attention.. "

Sometimes with the bike and sometimes with the rider!
 

Colin

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VOC Member
In my case almost invariably the rider! (Senile old twit!):mad:
 

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