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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by ginger nutz on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 18:48

The old girl cleans up all-right from a distance, so does the bike ha ha. I nearly bought one in the red and white but ended up in a bidding war, a bloke at brands had one about 3yrs ago with ohlins front and back, he did`nt hang about, the tdm 850 i was on eventually had him but it was a tough struggle, small track and despatch riding skills won out in the end.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by wild bill on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 21:33

ginger nutz wrote:small track and despatch riding skills won out in the end.
Laughing Yeh you can always rely on the old dispatch skills, i use em daily on my 34mile commute Laughing

Ok this is the plan if anyone wants to meet up for the ride down...
A few mates a coming here (Beckenham) for 10:00am, then we are meeting with Masterblade and a few others outside Hein Gericke 92-98 Brighton Road, Purley, CR8-4DA at 10:30am.

@ Cabbie, yes mate it is proper comfortable, it's like riding in an arm chair! The drawback is it weighs as much as a 3 piece suite and corners like one Laughing

Hope to see you all tomorrow thumbup
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by jallen on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 07:27

I plan to go but not from Kent Smile May see a few of you in Brighton later today.

John

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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by scotty80 on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 09:33

Looks like its gona be a sunny crakin day for it hope you all have a good day
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by cabbie on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 15:10

What a fook up that was! me and Will Bill got 60 fines for small plate's and then I copped a front tyre puncture 6 miles from Briton, nice, the green flag dude has just dropped me off.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by wild bill on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 16:41

Think i got off very lightly!
I was doing 105mph when i see the blue lights come on, i was wearing my Bandit XXR (illegal Simpson copy) and... my fookin MOT run out on Friday! Even though he knew this he said "just make sure you get it done next week" then just give me a 60 fixed penalty for the small plate.
As far as i'm concerned, that's a result! Could've been an instant ban and my bike impounded hammer
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by Hendy1985 on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 21:49

Sorry to here that lads I went on the A roads police free basicaly a good day with nice weather. Do you get points for the plate or just the 60 fine
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by cabbie on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 22:04

Just 60 fine, the recovery driver that took me home knows the police well as he does all the uninsured drivers/riders for the bill in the area, he said to me on the way home the police where under orders today to nick EVERY bike with a small plate all day, wankers.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by Hendy1985 on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 23:18

I bet they made a fortune today the tosspots, wot a waist of police resorces
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by hoho954 on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 23:25

is it really a waste of police resources? if you are breaking the law, you have to accept the consequences
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by cabbie on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 23:43

hoho954 wrote:is it really a waste of police resources? if you are breaking the law, you have to accept the consequences

Ok, lets look at this statement.

You have a smaller than legal number plate and the pigs are out in force nicking every bike they can for the offence (or should I say the money).

A scumbag nicks you brand new blade and cause he decides NOT to wear a crash helmet on his joyride he's aloud to ride off in to the sunset free as a bird and not pursued (due to police policy)

So, while the police are busy with us hardened criminals using a small plate all the bike thieves are free to nick all the blades they like.

YES, I'D CALL IT A WASTE OF POLICE RESOURCES!!!!!!
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by wild bill on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 00:19

hoho954 wrote:is it really a waste of police resources? if you are breaking the law, you have to accept the consequences
cabbie wrote:YES, I'D CALL IT A WASTE OF POLICE RESOURCES!!!!!!
I kind of agree with both points, i/we knew i/we was breaking the law by running small plates and like hoho954 rightly says "you have to accept the consequences" and we both knew that...
I also think Cabbie failed to point out quite how many police was there, i can honestly say i've never been on a bike run and seen so many police...ever! Even Masterblade (who has done more bike runs than most of us ever will) said he's never seen anything like it before so...
Those police must have been drafted in from other areas just for the sake of nicking some bikers for small plates! So when you look at it from that perspective it is a waste of resources.
Apart from the normal bike cops and traffic patrols sporting their dayglow livery there was also plenty of unmarked police cars and bikes, the guy from Green Flag mentioned there was 6 unmarked police fireblades patrolling the Sussex area that day too...a bit overkill if you ask me screwy
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by cabbie on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 07:10

And for me that was the last time I'll go on an "aranged" type rideout, The next aranged type rideout I'll be going in the oposite direction enjoying pig free roads.

And if any bike cops read this post I'd just like to say what a bunch of cock suckers you all are.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by masterblader on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 09:09

The route was saturated with Police in unmarked cars, on bikes, on almost every bridge, laybys with ANPR vehicles this was a major assault on our democratic freedom. West Sussex Police suck. Last year on the same venue I commented on Police intelligence (imo no such evidence) on how a poster was planted on the fast lane M23 asking for information was a recipe for a multiple disaster. Police presence was intimadating to all motorists which had disrupted the smooth flow of traffic, the idiot who pulled Cabbie over swerved suddenly to grab his 60 quid that I almost clipped his arse. These biking events generate huge revenue for the county then some local official idiot issues a directive and all hell breaks loose resulting in accidents leading to motorway closures which happened yesterday and on the May Day run. When Rockets bikes was stolen there was not one Police officer around and that was next door to Police Station. Get the Taliban in they deal very effectively with corruptive forces.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by Hendy1985 on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 14:50

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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by cabbie on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 18:12

Sunday was like one of those old western movies where the cowboys ride in to a canyon then they look up and see 10,000 indian's looking down ready to attack!

I felt just like one of those cowboy after the start of the A23, lol and I got scalped by the chief, lol
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by ginger nutz on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 19:31

A special thankyou to, cabbie, master blader and wild bill, as i c`ocked up the meeting place, doble`s mc shop, cause i failed to find hein gerrick, you three were 5 or 6 mins ahead of me and my mates and drew all the police attention off me by keeping them busy, Ta lads. The party on saturday night kept me out untill about 5 in the morning, needless to say i was a bit second-hand to say the least, so we ended up cruising at 65mph, the unmarked police car followed us for about 5 or 6 miles looking at my mates custom R1 plate on his R1 which was worth 60 to the police, but a transit van overtook us and the old bill nicked him instead, after a good meal and a walk around the ride home was a lot more fulfilling, 80 to 160mph i`ve got the edge on tony`s big bang R1 after that he`ll creep by, if it was an every day bike i`d return it to stock gearing but i think it will be fine for the track, next track day 31st oct on a sunday 79, last track day of the year.
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Re: Brighton burn up.

Post by wild bill on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 17:06

I was too scared to open my bike up after seeing that many ole bill, i did let some of the horses loose on the last leg of the M23 on the way back up to 130'ish but backed off once the paranoia struck me again Laughing
That's the one and only time i'm doing that Brighton Burn up bollox tongueout
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