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I found the copy of old Royal Enfield scrambler & Trials brochure on internet, feel like sharing it. 

good to know the specs of the bikes in those days.

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The 350 Trials is a real lightweight at just over 138 Kilos.......picking that up on a bad day would be sport enough for two or even three !

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2 hours ago, brownie001 said:

The 350 Trials is a real lightweight at just over 138 Kilos.......picking that up on a bad day would be sport enough for two or even three !

If I can pick up my tall 120Kg XR on my own, then I'm sure a low 138Kg would be alright (on the sort of terrain you can actually tackle on that bike!)

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9 hours ago, still trying said:

Looking at his bio, he didn't have to pick the thing up.

And I think 86kg is heavy, Time to manup.

Now where are my cement pills

Mmm, I'm hoping to shave a bit of weight off my 84Kg TY175 ... spoilt by the Gasgas, that's the problem!

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