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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Honda C90 Clone

For those wishing to relive their Yoof or in my case Middle age, look at this C90 copy .I would think that with petrol approaching £6 a gallon that these would go down well here .My 1974 C90 would do 55 mph and 150 mpg , although not at the same time . My Wife`s 1964 C100 50cc usually did better at 160 mpg .

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Cycle Bag

That bag on the Roadie Dave used to be on a 1974 Hercules `Hunter `bicycle .I recently replaced it with a Flight Cabin Bag costing £3 which I modified , it carries a bit more . I haven`t owned a Brompton but recently bought a Batribike Quartz SE Electric Bicycle which has replaced the Roadie on some trips . I bought a nice bag from Halfords for that, with a pull out yellow waterproof cover that goes over the bag and is easily seen . I have 2 other push bikes as well , plus the 250 Leonardo Scooter and the X7 . I try to give the powered ones a ride every week . MOT`S are a pain though ! I am retired and don`t smoke or drink , so bikes are my main interest and pleasure, as indeed they have been since 1958 .

Jwe4 I think a lot of riders would appreciate these Super 100 C90 clones being sold over here . When you think of some of the dross imported , these look terrific .Perhaps after reading this post some budding Entrepreneur will give it thought .

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davemdixon

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davemdixon says:

RoadieRoger

I shall be joining you soon in the retirement club. I have been thinking of getting an olde Triumph to tinker with to pass the time so to speak. Large olde Triumphs are costly ££££  but, quite by accident, I stumbled on the Triumph Tiger Cub! Looks like every spare part is still available! 200cc cheapish to run too. You name it it can be gotten. Cheers RR Dave.

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

Classic Triumphs

The older Triumphs certainly cost a bit .On the Bike Trader Site there is a nice Cub at the Chequered Flag Garage near Halifax for about £2500 !The T21`s start off about there too ! Look in the back of the monthly Classic Motorcycle Mechanics and there is a paper monthly called Old Bike Mart . BSA Bantams are cheaper . Japanese Classics are cheaper too , my X7 was £1400 on Ebay nearly 2 years ago . I have seen them recently for £1000 upwards .

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

UK Dealer Super 50 and 100 .

Honda 50 and 90 enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that these Super 100`s are now being brought into the UK . They are available at :- URBAN RIDER Ltd., 51 New Kings Rd ., LONDON ,SW6 4SE .

Andrew Taylor is the man to talk to on :-0207 736 3811
Their website will soon give details .

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