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Posting some piccies of my rides, hope you don't mind me showing off, feeling proud today, the Cbx is actually running, and rides a bit like a motorcycle!
 

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If you can post them in the gallery it would take up less web space on the forum space ,Thats why the gallery was put there ,,Thank you ,,nice job ...Ciaran
 

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If you can post them in the gallery it would take up less web space on the forum space ,Thats why the gallery was put there ,,Thank you ,,nice job ...Ciaran
Sorry wasn't sure how to, done now!
 

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Seen 'em in the gallery... very nice bikes.:clapper:
 

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Always liked the CBX's, smooth and very quick in thier time. But I've a had a soft spot for Bonnies since 1968. Just truely great CLASSIC LINES.... :gunhead:
 

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I remember when the CBX came out, thinking " how the heck have they got such a huge engine into that size bike?" now of course, the 1000 six is just small fry compared to what can be built!!:shock:

As a Brit, you will probably be surprised to hear that I have never had an interest in British bikes, but then again I don't take tea either.!!:dude:
 

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Yeah Pete, I was brought up on Japanese bikes, never wanted a brit, until I started borrowing what is now my Bonnie. The mate that owned it also had a Jap cruiser, and I just fell in love with it. It's so much fun to ride, light and nimble, quick enough to be fun but not enough to be a licence loser, but it really is a hooligan bike, just built for terrorising the neighbourhood! So long as you use loctite and keep it below 80, it doesn't vibrate itself to bits, push it to a 100-110, and you need a close friend following to pick up the bits that fall off;)
 

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Silverfox wrote:
I remember when the CBX came out, thinking " how the heck have they got such a huge engine into that size bike?" now of course, the 1000 six is just small fry compared to what can be built!!:shock:

As a Brit, you will probably be surprised to hear that I have never had an interest in British bikes, but then again I don't take tea either.!!:dude:
It's ok Pete. Just the smell of coffee makes me want to hurl! Never touch the stuff. Tea for me. It's my Brit half you see. Cheerio>
 
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