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.:::The Classic and Vintage motorcycle Thread:::.

Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by skivi, Mar 7, 2008.

  1. dedicated to everything classic and vintage- pictures, stories, news, videos etc


     
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  2. #2 skivi, Mar 7, 2008
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
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  3. www.thebarrysheenememorialracemeeting.com/

     
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  4. How old does a Japanese bike need to be to be classed as classic?
     
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  5. I LOVE the sound of those two strokes... /me thinks its time to switch my warming up technique... The neighbors will love it :p
     
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  6. I guess 30 years, like the rego?

    Then again, I did read a classic japanese bike club was accepting membership from anyone with a saddle fuel tank arrangement. That lets in W650's, SR500's, 400's. etc.
     
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  7. #7 skivi, May 3, 2008
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
    some good'uns:

    "Ex Motorcycle Grand Prix World Champion Kork Ballington shows some of the features of the Legendary KR 500, then fires it up."
    http://au.[media=youtube]ojeq3iu4HrY[/media]

    "Phill Read on-board a MV3 500"
    amazing footage and sound!
    http://au.[media=youtube]L9NhLw-nQ7M[/media]

    "1950 IOM SENIOR TT RACE RARE FOOTAGE"
    amazing.
    http://au.[media=youtube]_4L1fHkJaDM[/media]

    helmet camera on a Montesa 250 racing 250 Forgotten Era and Post Classic at the 08 Philip Island classic.
    http://au.[media=youtube]IzcqQmnleyk[/media]


    now i'm really looking forward to the little river TT
     
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  8. Great finds :)
     
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