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Offline Dustbiter

How many of us do all the "Look, Signal, Turn"!!
(Since the 1960s indicators and a brake light make hand signalling unnecessary)

It even shows my first car - a Ford Corsair (which I had as a student at UPE from 1975 - 1978) once at 4:40, and secondly at a used car dealership.

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« Last Edit: August 15, 2021, 08:09:40 am by Dustbiter »
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Previously: 1973 Honda SS50 - Port Elizabeth
                  1979 BMW R65 - East London
                   1996 BMW R1100GS - Grahamstown
 

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That Signal with the right Hand whilst popping a Wheely might not be a good idea. :biggrin:
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Tom's friend rides my first bike. Triumph Tiger Cub. :)

But I rode worse than that.  >:D
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I think Tom was used here too  :biggrin: :biggrin:

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Offline windswept

Monty Python?   :biggrin:
 

Offline Odd Dog

We had to use those hand signals when obtaining your riding license in the sixties.  ::)
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