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    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Quote Originally Posted by 342835352229332E2926242821212222470 link=1332753693/24#24 date=1332919586
    design declined rapidly across the field from the 70s onwards. Coffee machines, scooters, blenders, cars, architecture- you name it.
    Around 2000 the Triumph motor cycle company decided to incorporate the past with modern technology, and did so quite successfully, few companies are prepared to take the gamble.
    I often get older blokes approach me and ask what year the bike is and compliment me on a great restoration job, kind of deflates em when I reveal its a 2007 model thats had a bit of aftermarket tlc. :)

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    Gorgeous bike Jon. Its the design approach that keeps Apple growng its market share. None of their products are really cutting edge technology wise, they routinely lag behind when it comes to specs for $. But what people pay for is the attractive packaging. They were one of the last with a tablet PC, but the first to make it a must have item. Just goes to show how starved we all are for beautiful design. :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6B64697A696E6467080 link=1332753693/27#27 date=1332930130
    Gorgeous bike Jon.
    Thank you Maam. :)

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    the architecture (or lack of) certainly rings home for me
    next door to where im living are building a new place

    bottom half is brich and the top half is this horrid looking board stuff

    to me it looks like they ran out of bricks, then ran out of coloured boards 3 times, to me it really does look pretty ordinary

    nice bike there too jon, not a bike guy but know good design when I see it

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    On a positive note though, a new house went up around the corner from me. I watched it going up, a mass of ugly modern bricks, I wasnt hopeful at all. A few weeks later a Victorian mansion suddenly sprung up there.... :o Ive never seen a replica so accurate in its details that it looks like its been there for a couple of hundred years. The proportions, details amd everything are so correct you would think it was one of the original homes in the area. Im not a fan of Victorian architecture but you do have to tip your hat when someone gets it right. Sure as hell beats the modern monsters for street appeal, and the 1970s brick job it replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737C716271767C7F100 link=1332753693/30#30 date=1332982533
    a Victorian mansion suddenly sprung up there.... Shocked Ive never seen a replica so accurate in its details that it looks like its been there for a couple of hundred years
    If it looks a couple of hundred years old I think that would actually make it neo-Gothic. ;) ;D

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    Youre an evil man Jon, thats motorcycle pornography at its best.

    This one is only 1 year younger than the* Cremina.

    My ideal situation would be to have one of each. One to ride, and one to enjoy a coffee from after the ride!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 4D796E78635448646D6D6E6E0B0 link=1332753693/32#32 date=1333004376
    Youre an evil man Jon, thats motorcycle pornography at its best.
    Hey Atillio, hows it going? been called a lot of things in my life, up to now never a pornographer, gotta be a first time for everything;D Been trying for ages to figure out how to post a pic of the bike in a coffee related thread, when SorrentinaCoffee posted #24 I saw my opportunity and grabbed it with both hands.
    Thats a different looking bike you have there, looks like no Triumph motor Ive ever seen, whats the story behind it?
    Guess we had best get back on the topic of vintage Gaggia machines :-[
    Perhaps we can start a photo thread on bikes, must be a few riders among us. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 49757C6471100 link=1332753693/33#33 date=1333004858
    Quote Originally Posted by 4D796E78635448646D6D6E6E0B0 link=1332753693/32#32 date=1333004376
    Youre an evil man Jon, thats motorcycle pornography at its best.
    Guess we had best get back on the topic of vintage Gaggia machines :-[
    Perhaps we can start a photo thread on bikes, must be a few riders among us. :)
    Id join in but my ride doesnt qualify as an actual bike. ;D

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    I also have a motorcycle picture I have been hoping to post somewhere- but I was beginning to think I would never have cause for it- until now- and even so it still makes little sense- except perhaps- this is what I think of most modern design/ers... enjoy-








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    well at least now we are getting some great looking retro cameras, borrowing shamelessly from earlier models. And some cars as well but maybe not so well done. ( PT Cruiser!)

    And if this is OT what are motorbike pics doing in a post about gaggias? :D


    Quote Originally Posted by 372B3636212A302D2A25272B22222121440 link=1332753693/24#24 date=1332919586
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    design declined rapidly across the field from the 70s onwards. Coffee machines, scooters, blenders, cars, architecture- you name it.

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    Nice looking 75+ (?) model Jeff, but cant say too much about the rider* :D

    I personally have no problem mixing motorcycles with coffee machines and at one stage was set to mix them up in my showroom until someone threw a spanner in the works for that one.

    You will find motorcyclists always punctuate (did you like that word* ;)) their activity with stops at "approved" (by them) cafes for coffee and cake.

    As a group therefore, motorcyclists support coffee way more than motor vehicle drivers.

    Some of you may remember Vern and his partner at Cafe 59 on the south coast of NSW. Nolonger there in that form, but the cafe was punctuated (there goes that word again) with classic motorcycles and paraphenalia and you could sit and admire while waiting for your coffee to be made with 60s lever machine.

    So...no problem for me here, and its not a dry old topic where there can be no deviation from the topic like......"I have a XYZ and its leaking and I want to know what could be wrong or how to fix it...." Its pretty hard too I think when people dont have any latitude or a sense of humour and demand that respondents stick strictly to the point.

    PS. Jon, its a Trident in period factory racer trim but with the fairing off. The CS motorcyclist threads been done and should be found in the Off Topic section.

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    This thread reminds me of a certain CS member, who must step over a fair few Ducati motors to get to his Giotto. ;D

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    Almost a thread for classic triumphs so far...well I dont have a classic, but its a triumph Daytona. Unfortunately it has not seen much use since the baby came along.






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    Well Im going to break the trumphy 3 cylinder thing and throw up a V-twin among the lot above..... Seeing I live at the end of the Great Ocean Road I have enjoyed this road and respect it immensely.

    My donk down at Port Campbell



    I had a nice dice with this a few years back around the 12 Apostles:



    Lovely group run of VTR1000 and coffee stop in Lorne



    Just keep the vintage thing on the go, was in the hinterland of QLD last year and these rocked up:


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    Quote Originally Posted by 514A40487C414C4D47230 link=1332928774/12#12 date=1333104457
    This thread reminds me of a certain CS member, who must step over a fair few Ducati motors to get to his Giotto.* ;D
    And Hi Fi I hope. You cant have a workshop without a coffee machine and a real stereo.

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    those bikes are all OK.... but:

    heres my daily- get to the shops in style machine:






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    Is this a triumph thread? ;D

    Heres my new ride, Still a month away till I can ride it.




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    This is my classic bike, 1973 Triumph Tiger 750.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21333D2B37520 link=1332928774/13#13 date=1333148748
    Almost a thread for classic triumphs so far...well I dont have a classic, but its a triumph Daytona.* Unfortunately it has not seen much use since the baby came along.*
    Nice looking bike, shame you dont get to ride it much. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 404F48554942270 link=1332928774/17#17 date=1333159691
    Heres my new ride, Still a month away till I can ride it.
    Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5B7E7F6568110 link=1332928774/14#14 date=1333151413
    Just keep the vintage thing on the go, was in the hinterland of QLD last year and these rocked up:
    Did they have an auto electrician travelling with them. ;) ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by 405C4141565D475A5D52505C55555656330 link=1332928774/16#16 date=1333153337
    heres my daily- get to the shops in style machine:
    They certainly have quite a following. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 645851495C3D0 link=1332928774/18#18 date=1333162577
    This is my classic bike, 1973 Triumph Tiger 750.
    Very nice especially without the complication of the twin carbs. Under rated actually in comparo to all the "bonnevilles" out there that everyone seems to want (and convert their single carb cylinder heads over to so they can have more tuning problems).....

    Quote Originally Posted by 645851495C3D0 link=1332928774/18#18 date=1333162577
    Did they have an auto electrician travelling with them.

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    You realise of course now one of them is going to have to serve you some kind of equally wisecrack comeback line about the trumpets...... ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 27130412093E220E07070404610 link=1332928774/23#23 date=1333163661
    serve you some kind of equally wisecrack comeback line about the trumpets...... Wink

    Link my Norton owning mate to Trumpy owners: "You must have shares in Loctite"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 58646D7560010 link=1332928774/20#20 date=1333162911
    Quote Originally Posted by 404F48554942270 link=1332928774/17#17 date=1333159691
    Heres my new ride, Still a month away till I can ride it.
    Why is that?

    Still on my LAMS restriction, currently have a Honda Spada and that is what I am upgrading to.

    I do hope to own a classic bike one day! some nice looking classics in here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67534452497E624E47474444210 link=1332928774/23#23 date=1333163661
    without the complication of the twin carbs
    Aint that the truth, twin carbs can be a tuning nightmare.
    Quote Originally Posted by 67534452497E624E47474444210 link=1332928774/23#23 date=1333163661
    You realise of course now one of them is going to have to serve you some kind of equally wisecrack comeback line about the trumpets
    Yeah, I know, all in good fun.
    Must admit the new Bonne is as smooth as silk compared to the old Tiger, over about 90 kph the Tiger will just about rattle the fillings out of your teeth, great bike around town though, real head turner. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3B312433333C282E5D0 link=1332928774/24#24 date=1333164060
    "You must have shares in Loctite"
    Yep, and hed be right on the money. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3B34332E32395C0 link=1332928774/25#25 date=1333174507
    Still on my LAMS restriction
    Fair enough, only a month and itll be all go ;) just take it easy, you dont want to become a statistic. :(

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    hm, you dont want to see a picture of my bike - a tired looking 99 Virago 250... Starting to sound a bit tired too - wont go into neutral when stopped, but keeps doing it after 1st >:( Hehe, my coffee machine is worth as much as my transport... more if you include the accessories ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by 744057415A6D715D54545757320 link=1332928774/15#15 date=1333152021
    And Hi Fi I hope. You cant have a workshop without a coffee machine and a real stereo.
    Agreed. I feel a stereo thread coming on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7C676D65516C61606A0E0 link=1332928774/30#30 date=1333240818
    And Hi Fi I hope. You cant have a workshop without a coffee machine and a real stereo.


    Agreed. I feel a stereo thread coming on!
    You definitely have something there...

    My Bike is an 89 Repco Traveller that I rebuilt last year - thats right, read em and weep. ;D

    Its in the same room with my coffee gear, and my sound mixing room which IS my workshop. 8-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5E4951533A0 link=1332928774/31#31 date=1333250995

    My Bike is an 89 Repco Traveller that I rebuilt last year - thats right, read em and weep. ;D
    Colour?
    Were they still made in OZ in 89 ? I think it was around then they went to manufacturing offshore.

    I was riding the RT/Sport back then and before you powerhogs start laughing - I could break the speed limit on the flat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 142821392C4D0 link=1332928774/28#28 date=1333174936
    Quote Originally Posted by 3B34332E32395C0 link=1332928774/25#25 date=1333174507
    Still on my LAMS restriction
    Fair enough, only a month and itll be all go ;) just take it easy, you dont want to become a statistic. :(
    I ride to survive :)

    Here is my current bike (88 red spada) that has served me well and I will be sad to see it go in a month or so* :(

    Previous to this I owned a 91 zzr250 back in 2006 but it was stolen.


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    I wonder if its possible I am recognizing a certain dliapidated wharf in southern Tassie?* Cant remember the name of the town but there is a pub right across the road from where you can sip beer and look out over the whole thing. Magic!

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    You would be correct, that is opposite the Dover Hotel, group ride last week where we stopped for lunch, good roads down there.

    http://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&q=dover%20pub%20ta s&biw=1912&bih=993&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl


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    Quote Originally Posted by 71747777797067150 link=1332928774/32#32 date=1333261952
    DSKi wrote Yesterday at 1:29pm:
    My Bike is an 89 Repco Traveller that I rebuilt last year - thats right, read em and weep. Grin

    Colour?
    Were they still made in OZ in 89 ? I think it was around then they went to manufacturing offshore.

    Its red obviously, because red goes faster. Its a bit hard to tell from the serial number but it may be Taiwanese manufacture.

    It was assembled at the prestigious Hoffy Cycles in Brisbane though, still has the sticker to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 303F38253932570 link=1332928774/35#35 date=1333331422
    You would be correct, that is opposite the Dover Hotel, group ride last week where we stopped for lunch, good roads down there.

    http://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&q=dover pub tas&biw=1912&bih=993&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

    Yeah the only problem being you keep catching up to / getting stuck behind cars with limited opportunities to overtake.... ;)

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    Ive got an 05 Honda Shadow VT750 as a daily ride and recently also a 91 Yamaha FZR1000 primarily to give track riding a go.

    Attilio, I think youre spot on with your observation of the link between motorcyclists and coffee. I imagine there are a quite few places that live or die by their motorcycling patronage, though most dont seem to fall into the snob category - they are just usually happy if its warm.

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    Well, if we are posting bikes......
    Here is my 88 7/11, 86 RG500 Walter Wolf, 89 model 1100K, Aprilia RS250 and my 89 model 750RK
    Classics to me ;-)










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    I had a red and white 7/11 (oil cooled)... it was a crazy flexy white knuckle ride.

    The RG500 is just insane. GP bike with mirrors.
    ;D

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    My first bike was a Suzuki RGV250 with carbon-fibre exhaust.* Learner killers.* Bad statistics on those bikes with reason. Band in many countries. I then moved on to the Triumph Daytona 955i.* Chalk and cheese.* The RGV is a thrill ride.* The Triumph feels like a car in comparison...smooth ride, solid and easy to ride...* RGV is loud (lawnmower loud), quick and the powerband kicks in at around 8000RPM and once you hit that powerband you cant wipe the smile off your face.* ;D ;D ;D I still miss that RGV250...

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    Good to see some motorbikes on here and that some of us enjoy our bikes & coffee! I should try bringing the two together by roasting coffee in my exhaust one day I had a laugh


    I donít have one of these classics and have an SV1000. I donít take it out too often these days. I hardly commute anymore and saving it for the Old Pacific Highway or Eastern Creek. Iíd love to do Philip Island one day.


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    There is a thread on snobs and bikes... :)

    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1236761460

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7B6B67677C69576F6964080 link=1332928774/43#43 date=1333578907
    There is a thread on snobs and bikes...
    My original post was a comment on classic styling (or lack of it) in the modern era, like a lot of topics it seems to have lost its way. :)

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    Well seeing as this doesnt have to relate to coffee or coffee machines......

    Ah yes Jon but "style" is in the eyes of the beholder. There are those that think a mid eighties GSXR (or whatever they were called you know what Im talking about) is the height of classic? style......and I guess it is if you are talking modern pocket rocket style.

    The great thing about this particular thread, is if you look back at your photo of your modern bonnie up top, it almost seems bloor has out done/out styled the originals......

    I suggest someone grabs a good photo of a 1969 or 70 model and we compare that (undoubtedly the jewels in the styling crown of original trumpets) to your machine above. Not bad...not bad at all.

    However, the area that lets the modern version down in the styling stakes is the motor. The unit 650 twin is THE styling coup of the century. That modern lump is no match.

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    Ah...sorry, Jon.

    I saw that there was a comment on having a thread on bikes and I was just pointing out that there was one already.

    I didnt quite get that there was a context to the original post and realised halfway through that the thread had been split. I can change the thread topic to make it a reflect the direction of the thread if you like. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 786864647F6A546C6A670B0 link=1332928774/46#46 date=1333617116
    Ah...sorry, Jon.

    I saw that there was a comment on having a thread on bikes and I was just pointing out that there was one already.

    I didnt quite get that there was a context to the original post and realised halfway through that the thread had been split. I can change the thread topic to make it a reflect the direction of the thread if you like.* :)
    Morning Scooter Gal, Perhaps a change to (Coffee machines, motorcycles and classic styling) or something along those lines.
    Unless you were following the thread my reference to styling was a little obscure. :-[
    Have a good Easter. :)

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    Happy Easter to you too, Jon.

    Ive updated your thread title. Hope it suits.

    In regards to classic styling...for me, nothing can surpass the classic lines of a Ducati in regards to motorbikes. My husband taught me this love, that is for sure!! One thing about Ducatis that may be folk lore or not, if you look at one of the modern ones from above, it apparently has the same shape as a woman...


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    Quote Originally Posted by 76666A6A71645A626469050 link=1332928774/48#48 date=1333705886
    One thing about Ducatis that may be folk lore or not, if you look at one of the modern ones from above, it apparently has the same shape as a woman...
    Morning SG, thanks for the title change.
    Beautiful looking Bike, a friend of mine has just bought himself a new Multistrada, cost him an arm and a leg, almost $35k, hes rapt with it.
    See, ya just cant improve on nature ;D never heard this before, thinking to self "I must check check this out. ;D



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