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Here, I have found them for you.  :deal:
Please familiarise yourself with this, although only if you ride a Honda.
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Ride Reports / Re: Oasis Spit
« on: April 24, 2018, 11:23:19 pm »
 :snorting:
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Ek verstaan nog steeds nie hoekom moet mens eers 'n sirkus moet maak van 'n swak diens klag alvorens geregtigheid geskied nie.
Dis asof dit deesdae die norm geword het.

Amper soos die seuntjie wat sy boetie moer sodat hy weer kan jammer sÍ en sy ouers trots op hom kan wees.



 ::)
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BMW 1200 LC / Re: 2017 GSA Tyre Advice for a trip
« on: April 03, 2018, 05:37:10 pm »
A better idea would also be to cut out the r355 from ceres to padstal,  and ride over op die berg and katbakkies, that brings you out just short of tankwa padstal.
Much nicer ride too.
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I share your pain. some okes are just importanter.  quiet often though off the bike they just little shits.

Au contraire...
A big one would be more accurate.

Your lack of attention to correct spelling matches your degree of assumption.

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Dear Alan
Thank you for your rant. We can all learn from this.

Do you feel better now that youíve found yourself a platform to cry mommy mommy!?
Or is it perhaps Mommy who has whispered in your ear to trade your Big BMW GS for a Pasola?
Did she also come to realise that youíve not only traded your Big BMW GS for a Pasola, but for a Pasola and a mangina?

When I lane split behind you yesterday, I have kept my distance, knowing you could not give way due to lack of opportunity.
It was at the traffic light where I wanted to get past, you being slow on your Pasola and all, I thus gestured my desire to overtake you.

You refused.

Upon increasing the number of revolutions of my GSís boxer engine, voiced beautifully through an incredibly designed Acropovich silencer system, (can you remember this from back in the day, Alan. Do you still long for this?) indicating my request to you to let me pass, you still refused.

You blatantly refused Alan. Tsk tskÖ

Your recollection of dialogue between us is surprisingly accurate, although I must admit that I havenít noticed my stutter prior to this incident. It is possible that you could not hear my voice over the sound of your own.
"Why don't you make room for me"
I reply, "Why should I"
he stutters at that point and I boil over, "what the fuck gives you the right that I should move over for you?"
he reply's "common decency"!
For what I reply, and he mumbles something or other which I voice over and tell him oh please man I'm in front of you... ď


Now, Alan, read this, your own recollection, again, nice and slowly. Is the light going on, yes?
Can you see now, that you were the one with the attitude?

Why should you let me pass? Entitlement much? (oh please man I'm in front of you)
If I may make a suggestion; why donít you join a Pasola club, then you can organise outrides and you can do all the marshaling your hearts desires. You can be captain Alan, you can always ride in front. Think about it!

I do not have a sense of entitlement. Nor do I think I have any special right of way.
What I do have is an expectation of common decency. Ad verbatim.
Make way for faster cars bikes etc and say thank you to those who makes way for me.

Think about this, Alan.

In the meanwhile, ride safe, and cherish the sweet petrol infused gust on your vagina the next time I swirl past you on my Big BMW GS.

Yours impatiently
DirtRebell

 :ricky:

PS. Please remember to showcase the video footage. I'd love to see that zapper again.

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Good Food & Braai / Re: The Good Food & Braai Thread
« on: March 16, 2018, 06:08:11 pm »
Lekker pap met botter en suiker  :thumleft:

Maar vannaand is dit etjiesop met varkskenkels, dis winter hier by ons.   :thumleft:

Snert.... Aldus die Hollanders.
Ek het self 'n voorliefde hiervoor.
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Good Food & Braai / Re: Cheaper to eat out than cook at home
« on: February 20, 2018, 07:25:14 pm »
Variety is the spice of life. Sometimes  an eat out is nice, and more often a home cooked meal is nicer.

I like hot and fresh. So a toasty cheese and tomatoe hot off the toaster can easily count more points than a fancy pizza, which has to be warmed up by the time you get home and want to eat it.

And home made is cheaper. No doubt. Portion for portion. At home one just tend to eat all the portions at once :lol8:

Except if your mother in law thought it fit to make you a mean lasagne and you only have to bake it. That's a few units of electricity well spent.  :biggrin:
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Brutal bike crash :(
« on: February 04, 2018, 08:59:39 pm »
Tragies - RIP

Hoekom die clip op social media plaas??

In my opinie nie om met sensasie te bejeŽn nie, maar met die ernstige waarskuwing wat dit vir die res van ons inhou. Die lyn is soms haarfyn tussen klaargery en ry om mŰre weer te ry.
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BMW 1200 LC / Re: What have you done to your R 1200 GS/A LC today?
« on: December 19, 2017, 08:38:04 am »
now considering the gear shift assist pro. What do you all think, is it worth it?


Mine had it fitted when I bought it. Its an extremely nice-to-have. But I'm not sure I would fork out the cash to have it retrofitted.
If you riding style leans more to the aggressive, I'd go for it, not so much if your riding style is easy going.
The gear assist likes revs, up and down.

Makes one feel a bit like a Rossi when you go for breakfast run to Mugg&Bean, while in reality it probably only makes you look like a Lorenzo ;)
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KTM LC8 1050 / 1190 / 1290 / Re: R very twitchy after new rear
« on: November 18, 2017, 03:07:49 pm »
I've a set of it on, about cooked after 5k km.
There rear I find okay. Running at 3 bar.
The front I find weavy, tried at pressures ranging between 2 and 3 bar.

how are they on wet tar?

For my riding okay. Given its a knobbly. But I'm a pansy in wet.
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Is this a Scam?---Gumtree--- remote buyer
« on: November 03, 2017, 06:31:11 pm »
Scam. Run Forest. Run.
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BMW 1200 LC / Re: Mitas EO7 or Heidenau K60 Scouts
« on: October 11, 2017, 04:15:12 pm »
Off topic, but for interest sake;, I've put a set of Motoz Tractionator adv's on today.
So far so good. Not as noisy as expected and grips great, both gravel and tar.

I'm curious to see what km they'll give. I don't expect more than 6000km.
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Wild Dog forum: Gumtree for bikers?
« on: September 29, 2017, 08:16:11 pm »
Indien my advertensie vir 'n motorfiets te koop, op 'n motorfiets forum, in 'n seksies toegewyd aan motorfiets verkope, enigsins jou heils lewe negatief beÔnvloed het, en tyd en megabytes van jou ontneem het, vra ek jou by voorbaat om met die naaste lamppaal te gaan liefde maak.

:thumleft:
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Planning a Ride / Re: Oasis Spitbraai 11 November 2017
« on: September 26, 2017, 02:35:22 pm »
Charlie tente 1 en 2 vir my asb.
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: My 5 year long 2year plan
« on: September 12, 2017, 07:31:38 am »
That's a big jacket,  :biggrin: nice Pig, but I cannot fix that one if you break it.  8)

I know, that's why I have muffins on-call.

But I'll still come for the beers. :laughing4:
And I will have a pig again one day.
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