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Offline Pete_Vit

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Re: 64 and trying to ride buell
« Reply #25 on: December 11, 2015, 07:59:56 AM »
putted around town today.  was ok...
def not a highway bike for me...
That's what my 6' 2" son bought, hell I can't even swing a leg over the darn thing, and with help I can kinda tippy-toe holding it up..  :emsad: I hate being short
I know you won't have any problem selling that XB9, while my son was looking the previous 2 he was looking at sold the same week.
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Re: 64 and trying to ride buell
« Reply #26 on: August 24, 2016, 03:29:14 PM »
Old???? Never too old......... :argue:
Myself, early 70's, and John Gregory (the builder & owner of the T.C.Christanson ridden "Hogslayer" double Norton engined fuel bike), 80, have ridden neumorous 300 and 400 mile days on these Buells, in the last few years.  :wink:
John G. is the real tall guy.

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Re: 64 and trying to ride buell
« Reply #27 on: August 27, 2016, 08:46:32 AM »
 a friend that builds the sidewinder V-8 cycles just lent me HOGSLAYER c.d.
watched it last night. very well done and cool. those guys did
also did some fantastic things.
 I did some Norton work in the 60's.  did not find them to be very reliable. the tape sure did change my mind on them.
they were pretty bikes.

 I think they stayed non unit is what killed them off when triumph and bsa went unit.

when T.C. blew up a police called it a
I betting they don't sell those "chemistry" sets anymore.
these times would be terr attack and in prison forever.
keep riding and rocking
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