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Here a picture of the ttr 250 that I gave my boy back in July , and  and what it looks like now at least it has kept us busy,  but he thi he could ride my bike now.   Couple more years yet! It’s a bit quic than a ttr. !   



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Looks great, was good even before the resto

Terry

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Just worked out how to do pictures on here, only took me 2 hours lol. Phones and iPads, but like every thing once you have it it’s well easy,

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It might have looked ok but it really wasn’t. ? Wheel bearings, brakes, tank leaked, wouldn’t rev, I could keep going,, but she’s altogether now, and it’s been a joy teaching my boy how to ride on it , I’m still after a trail bike for my self , I’m finding it quite hard because I like the older bikes , as u can probably tell , I do like the jap bikes but need something around the 400 cc , and need magic button because got pins and a plate in my right ankle, !

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Soz about picture, I was wearing boots at the time as well



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SussexTony wrote:

It might have looked ok but it really wasn’t. ? Wheel bearings, brakes, tank leaked, wouldn’t rev, I could keep going,, but she’s altogether now, and it’s been a joy teaching my boy how to ride on it , I’m still after a trail bike for my self , I’m finding it quite hard because I like the older bikes , as u can probably tell , I do like the jap bikes but need something around the 400 cc , and need magic button because got pins and a plate in my right ankle, !


 I had a XR400RC, broke my right leg on that bike, used to have to stand beside the bike on the right side & kickstart with my left leg ( I also have a pin ) DRZ400 or KTM might be the go, mate bought a SWM300R pretty light at 109kg seems good but parts backup is rubbish.

 

Terry



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Triumph Thruxton for the twisties

Triumph Scrambler for fun

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