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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by EnFlaMEd, Aug 25, 2009.
Signed up here as there seems to be a lot of good information to be had.
Welcome to the forum, lots of your countrymen are here.
Welcome André, glad you joined us.
Do you have a motorized bicycle? Building one? We would love to hear about it.
Thanks guys. I have an Avanti Illusion fitted with a Skyhawk GT5 80/60cc, SBP shift kit, SBP expansion pipe and a boost bottle. So far I have racked up about 600kms of mostly test riding as I seem to have had no end of problems getting it all sorted out. Seems to be ok now though finally I tried posting up some pics but this forum is being very un newbie friendly. There are some older pics located on the other forum in the SBP thread and also a couple of vids floating around on youtube.
Welcome from central USA. I have been a MB rider and a forum member for about one year. I sign on to gain and share info weekly. It is a great place for both.
hey i love you aussies and ya there are quite a few of ya here, you guys are almost as goofy as us yanks, ride on, frank
Welcome from California!
& g'day backacha from victoria, digger;
damn - gears'n'all already? ..nice work ... Adelaide/South Aus .... is this our Detroit?
Welcome EnFlame! Your bike looks rugged and even Kinda Savage...Bet it kicks ass!
Cheers for the warm welcome guys
TerrontheSnake: Its better offroad than I thought it would be but gets a bit scary when it hits loose surfaces. I don't think it was ever meant to take anything but road and the occasional gravel track but I have a pretty harsh 3km down hill through a national park thats fairly washed out at the moment to get to the Suburbs. I'm too afraid of taking the road down as its narrow and people do 80-100kmh. I know how I drive down there!
restapukin: Adelaide must be! I'm pretty into my cars as well. I have a modified Toyota Soarer and an original EJ Holden Special. I also go to Clipsal500 every year, Rally SA, Classic Adelaide etc. Maybe its just bogan central