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Chained Up

Post by victoryguy on Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:03 am

Happy New Year,



If your bored of winter you can always chain up !!!!!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dCEH3yg3v4


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Re: Chained Up

Post by Alan Coles on Thu Jan 02, 2014 12:46 pm

Didn't know you were into chains John.  Surprised Wink 

Personally, haven't used them since the 1970's, and back then it was on my 3/4-ton to go play. Too bad he didn't show his spills, of which I'm sure there were many. 3-wheelers are bad enough in heavy snow, 2-wheelers - I'd think - would be purely amusement.

Having ridden my Norton all through the winter in the mid-70's (only when the roads weren't snow covered), I can't see how the fellow in the video was out there riding without his face covered for anything more than the footage. Heck, I rode the R90S on the old road, to Elmsdale and back on Dec 7 or 8 last month, it was around + 2-4C, and even with a full-face helmet, etc., it was damn cold. Guess I'm getting old and soft.  Wink 
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Re: Chained Up

Post by r90sLifer on Tue Jan 07, 2014 2:31 pm

Reminds me of some of the moves I made when we rode the abandoned railbed last fall!

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