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2B bike can join?

 

We have many 2B bikes in the weekly convoys. In fact, the most powerful bike in the group yesterday had only "130cc" :D

 

We don't discriminate between large and small bikes because they are all two wheeled vehicles. Everyone starts from kupchais and commuters; even if you are an experienced rider a kupchai is still a very handy tool for work in heavy traffic. Therefore a small cc rider has as much right of way as a big bike - until you lead the big bikes onto the highway and then of course you let the big ones go first :)

 

Road karma?

 

Anyways, your weekly sermon about burning petrol and playing with galaxy tabs (and @tankee1981 's iPad2) is here

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0WyWCLGD3A

 

Lots and lots of small, medium and big bikes moving together in harmony. Small bikes for lead navigators and scouts, big bikes as massive firepower in support :D

 

(Who else thinks the hayabusa is the most fun bike of them all yesterday?)

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We have many 2B bikes in the weekly convoys. In fact, the most powerful bike in the group yesterday had only "130cc" :D

 

We don't discriminate between large and small bikes because they are all two wheeled vehicles. Everyone starts from kupchais and commuters; even if you are an experienced rider a kupchai is still a very handy tool for work in heavy traffic. Therefore a small cc rider has as much right of way as a big bike - until you lead the big bikes onto the highway and then of course you let the big ones go first :)

 

Road karma?

 

Anyways, your weekly sermon about burning petrol and playing with galaxy tabs (and @tankee1981 's iPad2) is here

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0WyWCLGD3A

 

Lots and lots of small, medium and big bikes moving together in harmony. Small bikes for lead navigators and scouts, big bikes as massive firepower in support :D

 

(Who else thinks the hayabusa is the most fun bike of them all yesterday?)

 

great video! but.. u miss one part where some bikes start to fly off.. lolx.. :p

Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks... :cool:

 

Please proceed to this website/web link if you guys have any technical issues on Kawasaki Kips/KR150, I'll update the 1st POST as and when there's a new question. Newbies questions on the top as well. :)

 

 

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=6285055#post6285055

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Great riding yesterday, first start with company assault then slowly ended up in platoon size lol..

“Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you.†- Jeremy Clarkson

 

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Great riding yesterday, first start with company assault then slowly ended up in platoon size lol..

 

That was not bad company and platoon leadership leh! Considering all the platoon leaders used their personal initiative to lead their favourite bikes to the next rally point. At first I intended only to do a "flyby" of MBS because that place is always jam-packed with illegally parked bikes but eh? Pretty much read my mind that rendezvous at the next rally point is better than exchanging 50 phone calls at the roadside.

 

We tested out these small unit tactics at the Mimolette outing 3 weeks ago and they worked to retain momentum. Don't want to make additional stops at that time of the night, where human mental alertness is at its lowest point. However, well-spaced planned pit stops at interesting locations do a lot to reduce fatigue as some of our small bikes can't be sat on for very long.

 

More or less we did a general advance to mission area then split up into smaller detachments to infiltrate past enemy lines. This strategy was first pioneered by German stormtroopers in world war one, and further indirectly refined into armour tactics (Blitzkrieg) in later decades of history. Small group indeed is much more manageable in areas like Geylang and the city centre.

 

Quite relevant considering all our main force are/were armour operators lol.

 

great video! but.. u miss one part where some bikes start to fly off.. lolx.. http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/images/smilies/icon-tongue.gif

 

Lol I am collecting a bunch of these "outtakes" for a special edition behind the scenes DVD. Lol.

 

That part more or less looked like the

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Lol you should look at my phone bill. The number of SMS/MMS is epic.

 

I will be hosting a small training session for @ahwee888 before including him in the next caturday night fever session.

 

Lesson includes the usual superbike school material and of course the unique "Toa Payoh" convoy movement tactics.

 

Currently I plan to host for only ahwee but anyone else who wants a refresher course can simply show up. Don't worry, we won't be invading a restaurant, this session is stealth one.

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But will you discriminate against 3-wheeled ones? ;)

 

According to a very recent survey done at a certain restaurant in Toa Payoh, 95% of FnB riders are envious about CanAm products. 100% positive votes after seeing it drift on Top Gear, probably. lol

 

My dispatch rider also wants to buy an MP3 due to wet weather safety. Despite the fact its selling price of 13.5k is double that of his other scooter choices.

 

Nope, no discrimination against 3 wheelers.

 

lol

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hehe... but technically its not a bike, its a trike... tricycle. :D

 

Wah... so technical ar? no need to technical la, as long as the number plate starts with F... should be a bike... wahahha

Who what where when?

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According to a very recent survey done at a certain restaurant in Toa Payoh, 95% of FnB riders are envious about CanAm products. 100% positive votes after seeing it drift on Top Gear, probably. lol

 

My dispatch rider also wants to buy an MP3 due to wet weather safety. Despite the fact its selling price of 13.5k is double that of his other scooter choices.

 

Nope, no discrimination against 3 wheelers.

 

lol

 

Thanks for the welcoming note, would like to join in one of the ride. :)

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Thanks for the welcoming note, would like to join in one of the ride. :)

 

See you this saturday at the secret top gear singapore headquarters in toa payoh then. Might want to PM me your hp no so I can tell you exactly how to find this heavenly restaurant with super-cheap four course meals (and giant sausages).

 

Last Saturday we ordered so many giant sizzling sausages that the whole place was filled with smoke.

 

You can park at Deck 1 of Block 190 MSCP. The multi-row bike lots can hold many trikes without obstruction issues. Avoid the single-row lots beside the ramp as a lot of pedestrians walk past

 

There will also be a confirmed Wednesday night scenic route familiarisation course launching from the western part of the island at 10pm.

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Nah. sold it off. No time to do it up previously.

 

Now my phantom up lorry .. laying up for the moment .. and getting an SP :3

Better play with one before 2 strokers become extinct in the bike world.

Adventure.

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nice virgin grp outing experience 4 me wif u guys last sat nite..thx 4 the organising pandora & fellow riders

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