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Your Questions About Bsa Motorcycles

Mark asks…

first learners approved motorbike South Aust?

i am looking at motorcycles for when i turn 16 and 6 months. i am trying to find a sporty looking bike for 10,000AU or under that is learners approved for riding in SA. any recommendations would be appreciated.

admin answers:

I have a idea that will revolutionize the motorcycle industry. how do I propose it to manufacturer?

what was the biggest live animal you ran over with your motorcycle?

and what happened. please describe in details(speed, road conditions. ). Also if you ran over a roadkill please tell me your experience..


Ps. did you give it a proper burial? lol

admin answers:

Well funny you should ask, and I will tell the tale, it was, as we call them, ‘an awed ooh, what i dont’ hear you say, it’s a local colocalism for a sheep! You know a bleeter!

Summer evening fine dry known road with bends hills dips fairly straight, know it well, and over the brow of the hill I came to find dumbly bum sheet asleep on the road. It made no effort to move and with only 15 yards to steer round it, oopps, hit it fair and square on the shoulders full broadside, doing about 60 mph.Stood up on the pegs to save the old bum, and hit the brakes to get the front end to dip and then powered on full throttle to lift the front end up and hit the blighter and stayed on the bike, an old very heavy BSA 650 single and then shudered to a halt. Parked up, walked back to see the outcome just as car car over the brow of the hill, as the driver slamed all on and managed to miss it.

Chap gets out and asked if I had hit it, ‘no’ says I, as if you hit and kill some thing on the UK roads, you cannot claim it as ”road kill”, so says he it must be your’s. dead right matey.

So with some difficulty I manged to get this ‘lump’ on to the pillion seat legs dangling down each side tied it on with the must carry on old bike tow rope, and trundled off home. Took several detours to avoid ‘ Mr. Plod’ zones (Police) other wise they would have confiscated it, and then along with my Dad hung it up by it’s back legs in the workshop at home and quite literally with a joiners wood saw cut the thing into managable sized pieces, took it up the street to out local butcher and put it in his freezer, to keep.

We had sheep every thing for the next 6 weeks trying to eat this thing.

I have to say that although I had some butchering experience, actually doing the whole monty is some thing else altogether.

The butcher had all of the inside bits to do what ever butchers do with them, and the skin finished up been ‘tanned’ and made a very nice sheep skin seat cover on the bike!

No I do not want sheep sandwich for my tea, thanks.

Last year hit an old fox 3am empty road pitch black but in the car, totalled the front end, radiator, body, track rods. ouch, expensive yeah. and no I did not eat this one.

Motorway Mr. Plod took it away, yeah, probably the local Police station BBQ coming up.

So what road kill have you manged to eat.

I have also managed a few pheasants as well, but too small to eat, shame really as they are quite tasty.

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MUZ Baghira 660 Black Panther
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