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burning_rubber
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Post by burning_rubber on Sun 01 Jan 2017, 1:29 pm

any crash bars  knocking about, that people dont want


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Jameshambleton
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Post by Jameshambleton on Sun 01 Jan 2017, 2:01 pm

Welcome back stranger, what brings you back here?

I've got a seriously bent and eroded OE chrome crash bar if that's any good?
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Post by burning_rubber on Sun 01 Jan 2017, 2:41 pm

hello again matey, you may remember one boy's dream..my latest project has taken a more adventurous turn; starting in May 2017 my wife and I are heading off on cb500 and her cb250 (she is very small) for 6 months crossing 14 countries. We will leave Wiltshire and head across to Europe, first crossing to France then working our way north up through Scandinavia. Then the real adventure begins as we travel through Russia, down into Mongolia and back though Kazakhstan and some other places.... am filming the hole thing so you should have something funny to see at the end,




as all ways any help and input is appreciated   
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Post by Jameshambleton on Sun 01 Jan 2017, 2:45 pm

@burning_rubber wrote:hello again matey, you may remember one boy's dream..my latest project has taken a more adventurous turn; starting in May 2017 my wife and I are heading off on cb500 and her cb250 (she is very small) for 6 months crossing 14 countries. We will leave Wiltshire and head across to Europe, first crossing to France then working our way north up through Scandinavia. Then the real adventure begins as we travel through Russia, down into Mongolia and back though Kazakhstan and some other places.... am filming the hole thing so you should have something funny to see at the end,




as all ways any help and input is appreciated   

Funny enough I was rewatching your videos only the other day. Have you considered engine sliders like what you had on your track bike rather than crash bars?
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Fair Weather Rider
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Post by Fair Weather Rider on Mon 02 Jan 2017, 2:13 pm

I have a set, I have just taken off a bike I bought.
They are not bent at all, a bit scabby here and there, could do with a clean up.
They are black.
Any use?
PM me.
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burning_rubber
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Post by burning_rubber on Thu 12 Jan 2017, 8:37 pm

now sorted talked a mate in to giving his up thanks for all offers
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Post by Beresford on Thu 12 Jan 2017, 9:34 pm

@burning_rubber wrote:.... am filming the hole thing



Is that what you are expecting when you leave Europe ? Very Happy
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Post by skyerae on Fri 13 Jan 2017, 6:19 am

Fair Weather Rider, do you still have the crash bars, or were they bought by burning_rubber? After a very scary ride trying to get home last night in blizzard conditions (had to leave the bike in a parking lot six miles from home and a friend picked me up) I think these sound like a very good idea. The bike almost fell over more times than I want to think about. Quite happy to have a scabby pair as I will have them shot blasted and powder coated.
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Post by Fair Weather Rider on Fri 13 Jan 2017, 2:47 pm

@skyerae wrote:Fair Weather Rider, do you still have the crash bars, or were they bought by burning_rubber? After a very scary ride trying to get home last night in blizzard conditions (had to leave the bike in a parking lot six miles from home and a friend picked me up) I think these sound like a very good idea. The bike almost fell over more times than I want to think about. Quite happy to have a scabby pair as I will have them shot blasted and powder coated.

Hi there, yes i still have them if you are interested PM me your phone number and we may be able to sort something.
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Post by burning_rubber on Sun 19 Feb 2017, 7:42 pm

i sadly drop the cb500 when washing it on mud, no damage but got to was the sump well lol

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