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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #60 on: September 26, 2018, 10:40:04 am »
 :sip: Ek het in 19 67 die identiese een soos daai geel een gehad in blou.  :3some:
Yamaha 50, Yamaha 400, 2 x Yamaha DR 350 LC, Honda CBX 550 F2, Honda TransAlp 650, Triumph Tiger 800 Xc,
Now 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 Xcx.and.. my favorite... 1996 Yamaha Tenere 660 5 valve single.And, the latest 1989 Yamaha Super Tenere 750.
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #61 on: September 26, 2018, 10:48:41 am »
I would have thought there would be a few Suzuki RG50 gamma bikes and/or Kawasaki AR50/80 there too

Me to. Seems the Yammies and the Hondas live longer.
Here is my gamma.

Fuck all those RZ's and especially Stefan's faktap MB5 that looked like a rats nest but still outran my Suzuki.

I rode this beauty.

I hate you THIS MUCH

That was pretty much my dream bike and 100% the reason why my son got a CBR125 off the showroom floor when he turned 16

Living my life through my kid like a boss.

I had one of the first ones in South Africa with those colours.

I had an older model that had a 80cc "conversion kit" and was bored and plucked and pulled and ran like a bat out of hell and yes, it even klapped a few Rz's. That was until the engine exploded. We tried fixing it but it was never really the same so my dad lost patience and bought me a brand new Gamma.

It was straight off the showroom floor and a vanilla 50cc but after having so much kak with the previous bike I left it stock. I loved that bike, until like I mentioned a proes straat pretoria from school STOLE it out of my garage at 40 days and wrecked the fucking thing. I repressed those memories and all that anger is flooding back, wish I remembered the twassholes name...

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #62 on: September 26, 2018, 10:48:58 am »
Nou waaroor droom/begeer vandag se laaities?
Iphones en playstations...?

Hulle ry nie meer bikes nie. Ry verby enige hoŽrskool en daar staan 'n lang ry scooters. Nee sies man, het die outjies van vandag geen meer selfrespek nie?
Hulle raak gewoond daaraan om met hulle knietjies teen mekaar te sit,ipv iets tussen die kniee die skande!! :o

 :sip: Ek moet se hier by ons opdie dorp is daar darem 'n hele paar Hondas, KTM's en so wat by  skool geparkeer staan.  :3some:
Yamaha 50, Yamaha 400, 2 x Yamaha DR 350 LC, Honda CBX 550 F2, Honda TransAlp 650, Triumph Tiger 800 Xc,
Now 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 Xcx.and.. my favorite... 1996 Yamaha Tenere 660 5 valve single.And, the latest 1989 Yamaha Super Tenere 750.
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #63 on: September 26, 2018, 11:11:18 am »
Onthou julle nog die GT50. Hier is myne.
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #64 on: September 26, 2018, 11:55:17 am »
I had  FS1's in the day, the yellow one in the pictures looks more like a FS3(low exhaust and no box behind the seat.) My first Bike was a DKW TS125, also 50cc.
It's better to burn out than to fade away!
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #65 on: September 26, 2018, 01:01:54 pm »
Wat is die gang se naam?

The Hells Miggies :imaposer:
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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #66 on: September 26, 2018, 01:24:06 pm »
Nou waaroor droom/begeer vandag se laaities?
Iphones en playstations...?

Ek was mal oor my Suzuki maar kyk, ek onthou nog goed hoe ek meer na 'n TZR "ge-lust" het in BikeSA as na daai cherries in my pa se Scopes langs sy bed.
GRRRR ek het presies dieselfde bodykitt gekoop splinternuut mot hom nog net bou. Kitt was 15600 in yamaha verpakking op 4 auctions gekoop.
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #67 on: September 26, 2018, 01:45:15 pm »
Nou waaroor droom/begeer vandag se laaities?
Iphones en playstations...?

Ek was mal oor my Suzuki maar kyk, ek onthou nog goed hoe ek meer na 'n TZR "ge-lust" het in BikeSA as na daai cherries in my pa se Scopes langs sy bed.
GRRRR ek het presies dieselfde bodykitt gekoop splinternuut mot hom nog net bou. Kitt was 15600 in yamaha verpakking op 4 auctions gekoop.

Jy help nie.  :lol8:

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #68 on: October 02, 2018, 07:23:31 am »
Has anyone seen the photos/videoclip of Allen Millyard's Honda SS50 with KX250F engine fitted into it?

Crazy, but typical Millyard precision work.
 

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Re: A swarm of fiftees
« Reply #69 on: October 02, 2018, 09:40:04 am »
Has anyone seen the photos/videoclip of Allen Millyard's Honda SS50 with KX250F engine fitted into it?

Crazy, but typical Millyard precision work.
https://www.visordown.com/videos/allen-millyards-ss180-v-twin

Kyk die SS50 van hom, V twin. :thumleft:
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