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Featured Speed Triple Random Rideout Pictures

Discussion in 'Speed Triple' started by Dougie D, Jun 1, 2016.

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  1. SteveRS

    SteveRS Well-Known Member

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  2. Sideburn

    Sideburn Well-Known Member

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    Looking good Chuck, ahem Cowboy. The red accents are sick looking!
     
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  3. Glyn Phillips

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    I was thinking Walter White:):):)
     
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  4. DannyNor

    DannyNor New Member

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    Hi,

    Since its snowy awful and having a lot of PMS (Parked Motorcycle Syndrome), I'm posting some pics from autum. Lots of great pics to look at here, thanks :)

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  5. Yorkshireman

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    Me too, from the episode where he was in the so called "fewg" state.
     
  6. Speedy Pete

    Speedy Pete Well-Known Member

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    Loving the bikes and mountain theme here
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  7. Bad Billy

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  8. Clarkey231

    Clarkey231 Well-Known Member

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    Nice little ride over the moors and down to Plymouth.

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  9. Arno triple

    Arno triple Active Member

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    Ok, ok... I got caught op in the moment and forgot to stop to take a picture.. but thought about it when I got home..
     
  10. Arno triple

    Arno triple Active Member

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    Had planned to stop for a picture, but just couldn’t... so took one once I got back home :blush:

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  11. andyc1

    andyc1 Lunarville 7, Airlock 3
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    I always do that too much fun riding
     
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  12. SteveRS

    SteveRS Well-Known Member

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    Awesome ride :p. Would look even better without the fork reflectors ;).
     
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  13. Arno triple

    Arno triple Active Member

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    Agreed... need to remove them but bit scared to damage the paint..... :oops:
     
  14. SteveRS

    SteveRS Well-Known Member

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    They are easy to remove. Just use some fishing line and pull it down between the fork and reflector. You can pull it back and forth like a sawing action which makes it a little easier. After that use your thumb and roll the adhesive off the fork. Use WD40 to clean it up after your done. That’s it.
     
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  15. Richard Neale

    Richard Neale Active Member

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    I just pulled mine off then cleaned of the glue with a scraper and solvent.
    The forks are anodised which is a pretty robust finish - just use solvent
    which are safe with Aluminum .
     
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