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    frequent forum contributor Club Member Alan c's Avatar
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    Interesting - I had not heard of hmvf

    I tend to join the main marque club as there is specific interest in the bike and I dont fancy running around looking like Dads army - mind you ......................
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    Quote Originally Posted by b.caswell View Post
    The problem with motor bikes is when you stop they fall over !
    I'm more concerned with mine falling over before they stop
    In my case they are a Yamaha 1989 XT600, a 1979 Triumph T140V and a 1977 Ducati 900GTS

    Oh and the Marlin, a Lightweight Landrover and a Discovery (plus just started a small fleet insurance policy )
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    I've a 1959 Honda CB92 Benly (as well as a 1979 Honda CB400A Hondamatic, Vespa ET4, traditional type mini bike and Yamaha quad) Unfortunately deteriorating health means I can't ride any more.

    Paul H
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    Poor health and age are the scurge of bikes and small car owners. Still you have several appreciating classics that future generations will appreciate. I like the older bikes as you can make most parts from raw steel with simple tools and have only avoided far east machines of that era as there are more pattern parts to buy.
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