You are welcome to visit me and enter the next rally if you want.
I have two bikes that are eligible for the classic rallies, you can ride one of them!
The 5th Athens Classic Rally will take place in November 2003, but the best rally of the year is in May and it's a two day rally wich covers more than 300km. Prepare yourself, make your planning, and you could even win a cup
Now let's go back to our trivia question....
The answer is yes, it is Italian or British.
One of these years I'm going to take you up on your offer... thanks
Now back to the trivia. I have looked high and low for this bike, but cannot find it.
I need another clue. From what I can determine it looks closer to an Italian motorcycle then a British one. It looks like a 500 cc side valve engine. The year it was manufactured is most likely somewhere between 1930-1935.
You re right Andy.
It's Italian and built between 1935 and 1940 approx.
I couldn't find myself a picture on the net of the exact same bike, so it has to be very hard to find a picture of this bike.
Serious hint: Observe the colour carefully...
Here is the original picture I took. The owner claimed it's a 1936 model, so we 'll have to take it for granted as there is no other picture on the net that I could find.
Look at the details on the engine and the whole bike...
I just had my bike stolen in front of me and I couldn't do anything... :( The thief was too fast and covered in a mask. It's not the first time it happened to me and I'm really pissed o**. So do you know any good GPs devices or protection I could use? Please, let me know.
Hey everybody. So I work for a tow company and we impounded this bike. Employees are allowed to purchase any vehicle that has been sitting at our impound for an extended period of time for $500 flat. It's most likely inoperable as i believe it was abandoned but there is no way to get it checked...
[b]What is the smallest object that has knocked you down in a corner?[b]
This question was suggested by photobug. Thanks for another great question!
I haven't had anything knock me down, but I think sand would definitely do it and that's pretty small!
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