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    ^^ theres no papers with that one

    ^ fuck it im getting the gay rebel 500 with a yellow tank

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    My parents would not let me have a bike when I was small. Now I am big and still cannot ride a bike. All of you who can are utter bastards !

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    I've got a 400cc Honda steed that I haven't ridden for about a year. Bought it on an impulse but don't really enjoy riding it here in Vientiane due to the locals cavalier attitude to life and maybe reincarnation. He'll I don't even trust myself on the wife's Honda wave. Got some nasty scars from the last time I came of that fucker. Drive a car or use taxis dill. Forget the bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Steeds are nice bikes but I wouldn't touch that one. If he has all of the documents he should get it registered.

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    In Greece, octopus is tenderised at the time of catching, bashed against rocks on the shore (40 times according to tradition) and massaged until it foams between each blow.

    If only they knew about milk eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    In Greece, octopus is tenderised at the time of catching, bashed against rocks on the shore (40 times according to tradition) and massaged until it foams between each blow.

    If only they knew about milk eh?
    Much like a motorcycle rider who come off his bike.....

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    Oops wrong thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    Drive a car or use taxis dill
    I only want it for little journeys. The scoopy is ample for that i guess, A little look in the showroom wont hurt eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    In Greece, octopus is tenderised at the time of catching, bashed against rocks on the shore (40 times according to tradition) and massaged until it foams between each blow.

    If only they knew about milk eh?
    Cheers for the tip

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    Get yourself a Stallion motorbike, Dillinger. They have a 150cc bike that looks like a proper motorbike and not some boy racer or girly scooter thing.

    Stallions Centaur Siam 70s 150cc - CENTAUR THAILAND



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    Or this 400cc machine if you want a bigger bike.



    http://www.centaurthailand.com/centaur-generation/

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    How big is dill though?

    Being serious, a large male on those bikes is a bit goofy.

    The stallion is cool though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    The stallion is cool though
    Classic style. Reminds me of the Norton 850 Commando I owned back in the 70s.

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    Those Stallions are actually kinda okay.... for some Chinese things.

    Sold in Europe under the 'Dash' name.

    The 400cc is only 116k or something. Very good value. Hope you did a mechanic's course in Technical College though.

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    I see the Japs know their markets. The Thai Rebel comes with a rear seat and ABS on all models





    Heres the Rebel 300 with white tank next to a CBR 150 and 300. Tyres are massive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    A little look in the showroom wont hurt eh
    Now you're talkin. Go kick some tires and find something that appeals to you and fits you comfortably. It's the only way.

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    Pull the trigger on that 500 bud.

    471 to be exact. But good for your needs.


    Plus you won't need to sell it and buy an old man's bike in the coming years.

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    Get the Triumph...test available down at Brit Bikes...

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    Don't forget decent helmet, jacket and gloves. Get a mesh jacket that allows airflow and has proper armour in the correct places. Also buy a lucky TD amulet.

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    Off to buy my first bandana and get some more tatts

    Leather or denim jacket?

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    PVC .

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    I've seen the Rebel 300 in the flesh and it looks quite good. I'd go with the 500 Rebel, it will probably be enough to do you for a long time, should be comfortable, nice torque, and easy to cruise along on.

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