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  1. I ride quite a bit with my son (who doesn't seem to appreciate that I'm old enough to be his father!) but my 'best mate', who I ride with every weekend, is 27 - I'm 67. This is a great sport, ain't it?.
  2. gazz

    HI mate

    Can you give me a call on 07748110911 about sending out the Jitsie Jacket by post.



  3. Cee-B


    As the saying goes - buy cheap, buy twice. There are often pairs of barely used boots on eBay. As long as you know your size (it can vary between different makes) then you could get a quality pair for around, or less than, the new price of a cheap pair.
  4. 'Flame out' - blimey, I haven't heard that term since I was flying jets 😏
  5. Does anyone know where a Mont 315 manual can be downloaded please? Mine is a 2001, but any year will do for general guidance/torque settings etc. I have trawled through past posts (most of them long past) but none of the posted links are still active.
  6. Cee-B

    Graphics peeling…

    Be very careful about using any kind of glue on graphics, many glues cause them to melt. The best way I've found is to thoroughly clean the back of the graphic (surprisingly, you can use a little petrol without it removing the glue) and then simply use a hot air gun/hairdryer to reattach the graphic.
  7. Cee-B

    315 fuel/oil

    I run mine at 60:1 simply because it is the mix I use in my other bikes and don't want to confuse matters. It runs well on it and is not too smoky.
  8. Cee-B

    2 stroke oil

    Plutoline? is that the one Mickey Mouse uses?
  9. Good luck. I managed to source a couple from a member of this forum a couple of years ago, but don't think there are any still available commercially.
  10. Nel

    Hi wondering if anyone could help,I have recently brought a trails bike for the first time, after many years of riding road bikes,I live in the Dudley area West Midlands, is there a begineers club anywhere around me to teach me the basics and go out riding, I'm not a spring chicken our want to be shown up, it took me by surprise thinking it was easier than it looks,look forward to hearing of anyone thankyou.

  11. Ah, the very opposite end of the County! I was going to point you at a great practice area http://www.bikersrest.com/ where I ride regularly, but it is up on the Hartland peninsula - a bit of a long drag away from you.
  12. Hi Rich, welcome to the forum. Where in Devon are you?
  13. I wear my Asterisk Cell braces for trials as well as on the dirt bike. They don't restrict me in any noticeable way. My son (who is bloody good) wears Ossur CTIs for trials, Enduro, MX, snow bikes etc etc. If you've got them, I'd say wear them. They aren't doing you any good in your cupboard at home Nothing to do with being a 'snowflake' pjw123, it is to do with common sense - why would anyone want to risk further knee injuries if they are preventable? Edit. Whoops, your response was posted while I was typing.
  14. Cee-B


    I've done quite a few LDTs around the Exmoor area and marshalled others in Devon and Cornwall. The Land's End is very much the exception when it comes to distance; most are a manageable distance to cover on a trail bike with generally just 1 refuel stop. LDTs are generally (for most people) considered to be a bloody good trail ride with much private land that you wouldn't normally get to ride thrown in. Oh, and there are a number of scored sections just so that you and your mates have some reason to take the p1$$ out of each other.
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