Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

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Horse
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Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby Horse » Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:03 pm

Not me.




Although I have treated myself to a copy of this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Advanced-Rider ... 0957452330

;)
Your 'standard' is how you drive alone, not how you drive during a test.

waremark
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Re: Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby waremark » Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:36 pm

New Roadcraft and new edition of Reg`s book.

And hopefully if the rules don't change a stay by a family member with the opportunity to try one of his interesting new cars.

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Re: Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby M1ke H » Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:57 pm

As above, a copy of the new Roadcraft.

A little light reading for our socially distanced Christmas...

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Re: Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby GTR1400MAN » Tue Dec 15, 2020 8:54 pm

A hand pump and tubeless tyre plugging kit to carry in my motorcycle topbox.

I couldn't carry on tempting fate as I have been for years.
Mike Roberts - Now riding a Triumph Explorer XRT. My username comes from my 50K miles on a Kawasaki 1400GTR, after many years on Hondas of various shapes and styles. - https://tinyurl.com/mikerobertsonyoutube

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Re: Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby Horse » Tue Dec 15, 2020 9:10 pm

GTR1400MAN wrote:A hand pump and tubeless tyre plugging kit to carry in my motorcycle topbox.
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I've recently given a spare BMW toolkit to someone who said that they're not supplied as standard these days. In ye [not so] olden days, Beemers were supplied with not only a toolkit, but also a first aid kit and a tubeless repair kit. My early 80s RRT even had a cable lock as standard! I think that they supplied pumps too at one point.
Your 'standard' is how you drive alone, not how you drive during a test.

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Re: Santa bringing you anything driving/riding related?

Postby Jonquirk » Tue Dec 15, 2020 10:08 pm

I recently saw a motorbike with a top box on a rack. There was a rack on top of the top box, just crying out for a smaller top box to go on it. And so on, ad infinitum


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