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Dec 07

Posts: 1112

goldenboyfz1 says:

Whats your bike history ?

I was just looking through the pictures on my laptop last night and I'd forgotten just how many bikes Id owned !. Why not tell us what your history has been........ Here's mine

1) Black Bandit 600

2) GSXR 750 S-Rad

3) Yamaha R6

4) Suzuki DRZ 400

5) Bandit 1200

6) GSXR 750 K4

7) GSXR 750 K5

8) Moto-Guzzi Griso

9) Honda CB1300 ( black )

10) Suzuki SV1000

11) Yamaha FZ1

12) Repsol Fireblade

13) Kawasaki ZX7R

14) Honda CB1300 ( red-white )

15) GSXR 1000 K6

16) Honda X-11

17) TL1000R

Not bad as Ive only been riding 11 years !!. Ive calmed down alot now........ honest !!

Now looking for bike # 17

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Jan 08

Posts: 616

Steveyman says:

My list

Honda NSR 125

Kawasaki GPX 600

Yamaha TRX 850

Suzuki Bandit 600

Currently have: Suzuki GSXR 750 K3, Suzuki GP 125 (1985) and Honda CD 175 (1975) :smile



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Mar 09

Posts: 116

tbird98 says:

Go on then:

I'll join the game of showing how old I really am:

1976 - Garelli Tiger Cross Special

1977 - Norton 850 Interpol ('til I got caught with no licence)..

1978 - Triumph Trident T150 (how I wish I still had that one).

1980 - 83 Triumph Bonneville T120.

1986 - Honda CX500.

1988 - Suzuki GS650 GT.

1990 - BMW R80RT.

1991 - BMW F650.

1992 - Triumph Trident 900 Sprint.

1994 - Suzuki Bandit 600.

1998 - Kawasaski ZX6R G1.

2006 - Triumph Thunderbird Sport.

A real mixed bag I know, but apart from a gap between '83 and '86 I've always had something!

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May 09

Posts: 124

Grant1979 says:


Like some others Marriage and Kids took some precedence...

1) Honda sky 50cc (don't ask)

2) Yamaha RS DX 125 (1976 model) Great fun, so funny to ride, can't think what I must have looked like!. still remember the reg

3) Cagiva Supacity 125 (great bike actually)

4) Honda Varadero 02 plate (great commuter bike)

Bike test after savings and wife permission!

5) Honda Hornet CBF600 , 2001 (Y plate) ( near perfect it to bits)

Still dreaming of my next bike.......

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Nov 10

Posts: 15


Been Riding bikes since I was 8-9 mostly for fun in fields C90s,125s

On the road have owned 2 AR125's, first big bike a Honda CBR600F  now riding a CBR1100XX Super BlackBird.

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Dec 07

Posts: 1112

goldenboyfz1 says:


You know, when I first passed my test.....All I wanted was a sportsbike..and I used to poke fun at people on Blackbirds..thinking they were funny.....

But I can honestly say....that as Ive got a tad older...and the back isnt as good as it used to be ( too many hard days working in the building trade )...I think the blackbird is still a stonking bike and Id seriously consider buying one next time around.. I remember, the last track day I did..trying to keep up with some bloke on a tricked up Blackbird in the fast group....I couldnt get anywhere near him !!

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Jan 11

Posts: 206

just a couple






but looking at getting a tourer next bmw. but will keep my katana never get rid of her


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Apr 04

Posts: 154

crustybiker says:


well here goes i will try to rember the last 40 odd years of biking first if remeber correctly was a railegh run about a moped then a a few more ie bantum etc untill i progressed on to jap bikes had gt750 suzuki in the early seventies paid a pound a cc brand new and only 16 pounds for fully comp insurance a norwhich union riders policy ahh those were the days then 4 or 5 honda 750 fours then someting nice for the seventies had a lemans 1 then had i think and in no particular order xs1100 bmw 750s kwak turbo a few smaller hondas and yammiesthen a 750 suzy a 1100 then went on to gsxrs a feww 1100s and only 1 thousand now i am on a gs a bit slower but in these days a lot more ecomical but i sure miss the fun of a gsxr not that you can use it much these days it was nice to piss off porche and ferrari owners on the autobanns which reminds going for a blast in a mins mins down the autobann   :laugh::laugh::biggrin::biggrin:

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