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    A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Heres what we got up to today (for all the biker fans out there.) A lovely ride out from home up a little known back country road that has a fantastic view of the mountain range that is near here. I encouraged a girlfriend to come on her Kawasaki, she was a bit worried about keeping up with me (as the Duke is a 900 as opposed to her 600) but I told her Id not be doing any silly stuff! 8-) And we had a great time, weather was just beautiful.

    It was just a couple of hours ride but it was certainly a great way to build a bit of confidence on the bike. Im amazed at how much difference riding with someone can actually make you feel. I guess cause I realised that my friend is about the same sort of riding level as me!

    Cant wipe the grin off my face! :D

    Anyone else get up to any exciting stuff on a beautiful winters arvo??



    And yes, its a crappy camera phone photo...apologies!

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    Yep,

    Nothing better than going for squirt with a mate or two out on some country roads Scoots.... Really does make you come alive and sharpen all the senses. Theres nothing wrong with that photo either, looks great. Might have been better though, with the two beautiful riders included ;)....

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    Went for a spin myself too....

    With three cars hogging the garage space, my mean machine was left in the cold night air. Wiped some off some frost, started her up and battled with the sun glare.

    It was cold folks, the coldest morning for some time. Three degrees.

    After some 25 kilometres I stopped and parked, undercover.

    Yep, Id arrived....at work! For work.

    Glanced back at the V8 Fairlane whose frosted glass was now thawed, and gave her a nod of appreciation for having got me here in warm comfort.

    --Robusto

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Well, it wasnt a Sunday Arvo, but it was Saturday arvo.

    Finally got out again for a ride, in practise for a weekend up in Armidale, which due to wet weather didnt happen. Still, nice day for a blat. And who said you couldnt take a great pic with a crappy camera phone!? :D



    Oh and if anyone gets up to Armidale, give the Grassroots store a try for coffee. I had a very good Mexican SO when I was there. And the Goldfish Bowl is still doing nicely with their coffee too!

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    nice pic, Scoota.. are those the new throw -overs they brought out for the Duke? they look great, better than the hard luggage...

    hmm, miss my bike, i do.. :(

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    Theyre soft panniers that were made by DriRider, Lizzi. I think that they were designed for sportsbikes in general, they are shaped to avoid the pipes.

    I got those off evilbay for a bargain price and its a happy coincidence that they are nearly matching the bikes colour! I think theyre great and theyre huge! Well, seem big enough for me at least.

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    Nice pic Scoot. Looks like fine bike weather.

    Hint, make sure you stick a line of duct tape between your bags and the paintwork. Cheap, disposable and you can leave the roll in you bags for next time .

    Stops the panniers from turning into sandpaper. ;)


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    Thanks for that tip, Andy!

    I did do that, used the more plasticy type rather than the more traditional cloth type.

    Hehe! Just call me Macgyver with my duct tape in the bags! I had a laugh!

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    I miss my bike!!!! :( :( :( :( :( :(

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    I think we need a new arm of CS, the "we had bikes and miss them support group"
    I would give up my Abbey for a Kwaka any day....

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    What about the "we have beautiful R1 but no time to ride support group".
    :( :( :(I need a ride :( :( :(

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Quote Originally Posted by scoota gal link=1182667718/0#7 date=1194469490
    used the more plasticy type rather than the more traditional cloth type.
    Yeah, thats the one.

    Hehe! Just call me Macgyver with my duct tape in the bags! I had a laugh!
    I have seen gaffa tape used to hold 250Mph drag car bodies together and duct tape to splint a broken arm. Great Macgyver tools indeed.

    Oh... and good for baby sitting or small pillions too.
    :)




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    Hhhmmm.......Great picture there Scoots! Oh to be out cruising on the old Norton! Im afraid though that it will be awhile before we see any more days like that one around here!

    I bled the expansion tank and radiators and turned the furnace on last night so the cold weather season has officially arrived! ::) :D With temps dipping too -5C the -20s and -30s of Winter are fast approaching. Not a fun time to be out riding. :(

    Enjoy your summer! :)


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    Nice pic Scoota and fantastic pans - could go on the cover of a mag.

    Was a bit worried at first though as the bike seems to have quite a lean on it - I always wished the duke would have a centre-stand, but then it might not look so quick when standing still ;)

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    Haha, i just stumbled upon this post. Coffee and bikes have a kinda connection for me...

    My husband gave me an IOU motorcycle for my birthday last year so i went and got my licence, and then we found out Im being posted out to woop woop for the next few years (no Sydney traffic and parking problems). So I convinced him that a Sylvia and Rocky would be a good alternative present and thats how I ended up here.

    Im loving the coffee and theres less chance of getting hit by a silly driver when operating a Sylvia and Rocky

    Now my husband wants to get a bike for himself! Typical!

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    Thats a very funny photo, Andy! What a fantastic use for duct tape! Even the kid looks happy! ;D

    I know, Dennis, the lean on the bike is something that always has me nervous but Im getting used to it. A friend has an ST4 and it does have a centre stand. However, hes been known to catch it once or twice going round a sharp corner and says that its not a good experience. Makes me glad that the 900ss doesnt!

    I would have thought that being posted to "Woop Woop" (are you sure youre not close to me? I honestly thought I lived in Woop Woop! :D) would have been the perfect excuse to get a ride, Sammy. Just so you can get the heck outta there when the riding days are good! ;)

    Java! Welcome to winter, dude! :D

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Quote Originally Posted by scoota gal link=1182667718/15#15 date=1194594268
    I know, Dennis, the lean on the bike is something that always has me nervous but Im getting used to it. A friend has an ST4 and it does have a centre stand. However, hes been known to catch it once or twice going round a sharp corner and says that its not a good experience. Makes me glad that the 900ss doesnt!
    The older (70s) 900SS only ever had a Centre-Stand and if you wanted to fit a Side-Stand as an option, it was a real mickey-mouse, dinky looking thing that I would never trust on any of my Dukes :o. Never had any probs grounding the stand on my 75 900SS, and I used to crank it over til my knees copped a bit of a rubbing so maybe the newer stands are a bit more obtrusive than they used to be, or maybe more associated with smaller diameter wheels being used these days and less ground clearance..... :-?

    Love my Dukes :),

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal link=1182667718/15#16 date=1194597549
    ...it was a real mickey-mouse, dinky looking thing that I would never trust on any of my Dukes...

    Love my Dukes :),

    Mal.
    That so describes my stand, Mal! ;D

    Yeah, I know that warm fuzzy feeling...I only have to brush past her under the house, where she waits patiently for me, protected by her "blanket" and I get it! ;) :) 8-)

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    My Norton had a center stand and it had plenty of ground clearance. Unfortunately the same could not be said for the foot pegs! They were rigid mounts and as soon as you really got into a curve would hit the road! A bit scary the first time it happened to me as I was hitting a cloverleaf nice and hard. :o

    In the end the foot peg was not only the cause of my slide but also my salvation. It stuck in the curb and kept me on the road until I could get the speed down to where I could straighten up. EEK! That was a tad hairy! I quickly learned that the Norton could not lay over nearly as far as the other bikes Id ridden! :o ::) :D

    Its not quite winter here yet, just the cool bit preceding it. A hint of whats to come, but it is official. Summer is over and the chill is here, I swapped out my shorts for sweat pants yesterday. ::)


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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Hi Scootagal. Im heading out to Albury (on the border of NSW/VIC), I guess its not that woop woop as its a pretty big regional centre, but a bit different to Sydney!
    I opted not to go for the bike as all i could think about is the possibility of zooming through freezing freezing coldness on a bike at a crazy early hour of the morning on the way to work (which wouldnt be more than 10minutes or so away from anywhere in Albury). Brrr. The Silvia seemed much nicer. I think I might get a bike though, might be a less scary environment for me to learn to ride.
    I like your photos by the way, it looks like it wouldve been a nice ride.
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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Hey Sammy! Albury is at the foot hills of some potentially awesome riding!

    Even as I speak, some 400 odd Ducatis are descending on Albury to ride Turismo for the next week or so!

    And sadly...I am not amongst them...

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    Hi Sammy... not only is Albury at he foothills of awesome riding, the ride to Albury from either direction is pretty spectacular too, if you avoid the Hume, that is... ;)
    when we were "stationary" living in Albury, we often met friends for a ride with morning tea in Bright, Harrietville or Falls Creek, then a ride back via the cheese factories or pick up a bottle here or there.
    bigger rides to Canberra, Lakes Entrance (o ver the top) or Healesville ... plenty of scenery, 500km per day, yay!!

    enjoy the rides here...it was just about the first thing Rob did when we arrived home after the straight roads of WA: hit the bitumen for a blat around Corryong, back via the mountains...

    PM me if you feel like a coffee!! ;) well be in Albury for the next few months.

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    Lizzi, you really have the travel bug!! Albury to Bright, Mt Beauty, Myrtleford, even Canberra I understand.

    But to Healesville!! And Lakes Entrance!! Now that is a long stretch.

    I was very tempted out of necessity to travel from the Gippsland Lakes to up near Echuca, once, for a wedding or funeral (one of them) some years ago.

    Studied the map, stared at it, pondered over it.... and decided that over the mountains on dubious unfamiliar roads was too far from my comfort zone. So didnt do it.

    Unfortunately, most travel these days is out of necessity -- to get from A to B in the quickest, easist way. And to me, that means appreciating long stretches of boring, ruler-straight highways/freeways.






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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Quote Originally Posted by robusto link=1182667718/15#22 date=1194677519
    Studied the map, stared at it, pondered over it.... and decided that over the mountains on dubious unfamiliar *roads was too far from my comfort zone. *So didnt do it.

    Unfortunately, most travel these days is out of necessity -- to get from A to B in the quickest, easist way. *And to me, that means appreciating long stretches of boring, ruler-straight *highways/freeways.
    wow, Robusto, unfamiliar roads, mountains... but that is the whole point of a good ride!!
    mind you, i generally was sitting on Robs rear wheel, not riding shotgun, so i had the easy ride but nevertheless, a ride is for fun and to expect the un-expected and come out the other end with a grin on your face makes for a nice weekend ride!

    OK, there were times when , on a very hot day and riding the Harley, i would prefer the dead straight roads (stick 2 or 3 limbs at the time out into the cooling breeze... ;D), but with a more agile bike ruler-straight roads make for brain-dead Lizzis, having to stand up on the pegs to alleviate numb-bum! :-[ :o
    sliding off the seat to pull the bike around a tight bend helps the blood flow to every bodypart!! ;D ;)

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    Hm, Im actually a QLDer and a bit oblivious to NSW geography so thanks for filling me in on those places around Albury.

    Albury to Lakes Entrance!! whoa! That I know is huge!. The only riding ive done is when i did the 2 day motorcycle licence course (QLD road rules) and then somehow got my open unrestricted licence, so maybe chugging around the Albury CBD is more like my league at the moment! Hm, then maybe Albury to a cheese factory...theres a cheese factory near Albury!...mmm cheese!

    Lizzy ill be in Albury from mid-January or so, will you still be there then? Thats exciting, Ive never met another Coffeesnobber!

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    yep, we will be in the area until the 1st week of Feb, so doo-drop-inn!!!
    and, if you have a bike to ride, Rob will be happy to show you the bendy bits!! ;D ;D

    by he way, the local Ulysses club has its Coast ride over three days this weekend, Albury to Lakes Entrance, then Merrimbula, then home!

    The Great Dividing Range has some superb rides, and one of my best memories is coming down Mt Hotham after coming back from Phillip Island (we went the long way around :P )...
    it was one of these rides where everything "clicked".
    the boys were "up front" (obviously) both with a (speed-freak teenage..) daughter as pillion, i rode second rung, and the rest of the group was behind me...we had left early from Bairnsdale so the morning mists were still hanging in some of the valleys... i swear that by the time i came through the white posts were still flapping from the boys passing by...
    good ride, that, so smooth !!


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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    With all this talk of riding...

    I was riding a different beast today...

    A quad runner towing a spray boom! I had a laugh! So, I was only riding around my paddocks at about 6kms/hr as opposed to...well...warp speed! :o

    Yep, the weeds are getting away here at the moment, so I had to swap two wheels for four! :D

    Meanwhile, the yellow bike sits parked up as I have to get some new spark plugs! Dagnamit! >:(


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    Saw that Wee Waa was mentioned in the rainfall roundup today on Landline Scoots, not bad falls eh?

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    Yes, weve had some good rain at last! But we still need a flood to really end this drought. The ants are still out in my house, so they must think that something is coming yet! And as weathermen, the ants are the most reliable!

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    In January, I had a new clutch put in the Duke (after 65,000kms! Nearly broke the record apparently!) and a bad thermosenser was the root of the rough running at temp, not spark plugs it turned out. Took the guys nearly a week to figure that one! So, since being back home Ive not had a chance to scratch my nose, let alone go for a ride. Well, that and the weather!

    However, finally, both things conspired to be in my favour! Time and scratching my nose! I had a laugh! No, I mean, time and the weather! :D

    So, I went for a blat up the hill to Armidale where my son is at school. I took some pictures at some landmarks on the trip and thought Id share...

    See if you can guess where I am! ;D





    When I was at the second landmark, by the time I was getting ready to leave, there had gathered an audience and I was more of a tourist attraction than the actual tourist attraction!! ;D ;D You can guess that I took my time getting on and starting her up, after which, I let her idle for a moment before gently pulling away and out the driveway. I gave her a squirt down the road but not enough to lift a front wheel! 8-) Yes, I am a crowd pleaser! :D

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    Nice!


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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Well, theres nothing like a lovely Sunday arvo for blat.

    So, being as I am home alone on Mothers day, I did the best thing possible and went for a ride.

    Took some photos too. Heres my brag book, so to speak!





    And just so as the scooter didnt feel left out, I went out for a ride yesterday to take photos of it in front of a crop of cotton. It seemed like a good idea at the time! Actually, I was impressed with how the little scoot took to the deep dirt that was on the road in to where I went to take the pictures. I was expecting to have to push it through!




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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    I am impressed to no end scoota............. Ray.

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    Thats beautiful stuff Scoota Gal.... Im actually going for my bike licence in a few months.

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    We should start a bike riding chapter of coffee snobs, there seems to be quite a number of us and by the looks of it would grow as well........

    Coffee (food) for thought, we could do a coffee crawl from coffee snobs place to coffee snobs place, via some extreme roads namely brisbane valley, mounts glorious and nebo, kenilworth, montville, melany, with a stop off at sexy coffee on the way down to brisbane..... etc... etc...

    Ray........

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Anybody in Adelaide into both bikes and coffee, and interested in a ride around for drinks?
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    Sounds like a good idea, Ray. We can just call ourselves the Coffeesnobs Cafe Racers..CCRs for short!

    Greg, gorgeous bike youve got there too! Any pictures youd like to share?

    Good luck with your licence, Yeeza! :)

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    For you West Aus bike CSers, none of you involved in this little incident, eh?

    http://www.thewest.com.au/default.aspx?MenuID=145&ContentID=73744


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    CCR Sounds like a motorbike name!

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    Maybe we meet up somewhere common and whoevers stomping ground it is can suggest the route for the ride with recommended coffee stops on the way.
    On the way down from here we not only have some awesome roads but we also have sexy coffee and pioneer roastery both well worth stopping at......

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    Re: A Lovely Sunday Arvo!

    Quote Originally Posted by GregJW link=1182667718/30#37 date=1211153844
    For you West Aus bike CSers, none of you involved in this little incident, eh?

    http://www.thewest.com.au/default.aspx?MenuID=145&ContentID=73744

    56 year old hoons! NOW theres a funny mental image! ;D ;D


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    Have defibrillator will travel. ;D

    I have a year to g before I am 56 but I may have to buy a motorcycle if you form the club. 8-)

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    Im 47 and I resemble that remark, hoon that is, I just never grew up I guess. mwa ha ha haaaa.

    Stan the man, do it mate get yourself a bike youll never look back, there are heaps of bargains around if you take a good look, you can post your prospective choices on here and someone will surely be able to impart some prior knowledge and approximate value to what youre looking at to you, also red book is very useful indeed.

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    Being an old rider (I owned one of the first Kawasaki 900s in NSW when I was a lot younger) and rode many a mile around the country. I am aware of the costs and will have to wait until after I buy a new coffee machine. I have been looking into the bike idea again as the petrol prices went up. The weather up here is suited to two wheel transport for most of the year.

    At least the arthritis will not be a worry ;D

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    I also had a number of the old kwaka 9s 76 models and a 77 z thou, widow makers they were called, went like the clappers but didnt handle real well. Mine used to dip and weave in big fast corners, quite unpredictable but exciting though, one of them was an ex SA cop bike with the smiths cronometric speedo on it.

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    I had an engineer strengthen the frame and 2 steering dampers so mine was pretty solid. But I had a few scary moments but lived to ride again. I have been looking for an old 900 out of nostalgia but they are getting expensive so I may have to settle for a Harley look a like or the real thing. ::) ;)

    The wife has even agreed to the purchase just have to get the bank to agree.

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    If youve got the missus on side youre practically there mate......... Its all good.

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    That is today we will see when I actually go and try and buy one :-/

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    They really are "strange cattle" hey mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray C link=1182667718/45#48 date=1211192384
    They really are "strange cattle" hey mate?

    Are so... :D ;D ;D



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