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« Reply #20 on: June 30, 2006, 07:58:09 am »
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BTW, what tyres have you got on your bike? Heidenau?


Yes, they're Heidenau K60. I was one of the first guys who fit them on GS (they're acctually 1 size smaller), did some introduction to ADVrider and now the whole Wold seems to use them, the info spreads in chain reaction. Heidenau ows me some beer  8)

They're great tyres indeed, and Heidi is a fantastic company (got brand new tyre from them for free without any questions)!

Cheers.


I don,t think anyone imports them here, pity they look good.

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« Reply #21 on: June 30, 2006, 10:39:22 am »
Quote from: "tsiklonaut"
Quote from: "Lootch67"

BTW, what tyres have you got on your bike? Heidenau?


Yes, they're Heidenau K60. I was one of the first guys who fit them on GS (they're acctually 1 size smaller), did some introduction to ADVrider and now the whole Wold seems to use them, the info spreads in chain reaction. Heidenau ows me some beer  8)

They're great tyres indeed, and Heidi is a fantastic company (got brand new tyre from them for free without any questions)!

Cheers.


I've got Heidenaus on my AT. In the dry and off-road they're fine, but in the wet I hate them. Dropped my bike on Monday because of them. They're very long lasting though, which probably explains their lack of grip in the wet.
98 Black AT & the wheel from a 04 KLR 650.
 

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« Reply #22 on: June 30, 2006, 12:06:09 pm »
Quote from: "Lootch67"
Quote from: "tsiklonaut"
Quote from: "Lootch67"

BTW, what tyres have you got on your bike? Heidenau?


Yes, they're Heidenau K60. I was one of the first guys who fit them on GS (they're acctually 1 size smaller), did some introduction to ADVrider and now the whole Wold seems to use them, the info spreads in chain reaction. Heidenau ows me some beer  8)

They're great tyres indeed, and Heidi is a fantastic company (got brand new tyre from them for free without any questions)!

Cheers.


I've got Heidenaus on my AT. In the dry and off-road they're fine, but in the wet I hate them. Dropped my bike on Monday because of them. They're very long lasting though, which probably explains their lack of grip in the wet.


Always a trade off and especially when it is cold and wet, but it should be warm and wet now? Isnt it Summer there, or was that last week?

Welshie  :D

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« Reply #23 on: July 01, 2006, 11:41:39 am »
wow! :shock:
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« Reply #24 on: July 02, 2006, 12:09:08 am »
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Always a trade off and especially when it is cold and wet, but it should be warm and wet now? Isnt it Summer there, or was that last week?


It is indeed nice and warm and actually quite dry. Just got back from a lovely braai at Maverick's place.  :drunken:
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« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2006, 08:35:33 am »
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Always a trade off and especially when it is cold and wet, but it should be warm and wet now? Isnt it Summer there, or was that last week?


It is indeed nice and warm and actually quite dry. Just got back from a lovely braai at Maverick's place.  :drunken:


What is going on there, checked the forecast this morning, London 31C!!!

Do not worry the drought will break, I will be over there in 2 weeks so it will P#ss down as soon as I land in Manchester / B,ham.

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They said Id be no good at poetry because of my dyslexia, but so far Iv made 3 pots and a vase and going well