Discussion in 'Australia & New Zealand' started by daffy67, Oct 15, 2006.
The GP ride is an amazing ride, just a sea of bikes as far as you can see in all directions
Yeah we managed to do the sheene ride ro leongatha and then bailed ahead to the osland and waited with a refreshing bevvy and watxhed them fo past. Then caught up and rode around the track with everyone. Awesome weekend.
After we leave the BSA Club we usually head down into Gippsland towards Leongatha and stop at some small town country pub for lunch and then wander our way back home to Melb
Nice! I just started new thread for this ride so hopefully more will join.
penton- Glenbrook 60 west sydney blue mountains
penton- 2001 vfr800 Glenbrook 60ks west of Sydney blue mountains
Be interesting to see from that list how many are still riding a VFR
2010 VFR, but just ordered a 2015 VFR800X Crossrunner. Live in North Maclean QLD.
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Rob Sydney northern beaches vfr1200f
Shaynus, red 2001 VFR800, from Mandurah south of Perth in WA
Hi Shaynus and welcome to the Madhouse.:welcome:
It is great to see the number of VFRW members continues to grow in Australia.
When you get a chance please drop by the introductions part of the forum and say Hi to the rest of the folks on here, and don't forget to add at least one photo of your 6th gen, or it won't be long before folks start raggin on you! (Its easy - just click on the "Insert Image" icon and follow the prompts to locate and upload a photo from your computer.)
You might also want to update your forum profile to include the specs of your bike(s) and a location - so they appear automatically alongside all your posts. (Forum Actions : Edit Profile)
The good news is that as you will soon discover red VFR's are the fastestotstir:.
Take care - ATGATT
Ian, black '95 vfr750 and '84 vf1000r Albany, South Coast WA.
1988 VFR750, black, daily ride in Melbourne. Currnelty off the road for its second repair in 2 years due to side swipe by car.
Bit cold to be riding every day in Melb, but I guess I used to when I was a working man. Heated grips certainly help
Yes, it gets a bit cold. Heated grips are on the list for next winter. Using the bus at the moment, but once I repair the fairing and repaint, I will be back on again.
I just heard on the news Frankston had its coldest morning in 18 years. My second pair of Oxfords recently buggered up so I'm getting the next set from China for about $20, that way I can buy half a dozen sets for the price of the Oxfords and at the end of the day Oxfords are probably made in China but sold with an English price tag
got a link?
Heated gloves beat heated grips any day.
Go on ebay and type in motorcycle heated grips
Add me . I'm on the Sunshine Coast in Qld. Not technically a VFR owner... yet... expecting to take delivery of my 2015 model within the next week, though.
Picked up my 2006 VFR 800 in December 2014 from Brisbane and moved to Darwin in January 2015.
The VFR has 40,000klm on it, Honda top box & Honda panniers. Just fitted a Delkevic exhaust system which sounds great but seems to have upset my fuel consumption. Otherwise everything else is stock standard. Bike has been well maintained prior to my purchase.
You can find a few pictures I posted of the bike and a few rides I went on in the Members photos .
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