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Dear guys n girls who are interested to join us ...outings are on Fri nights. We meet at KTM at 10pm and then decide where to go from there.

 

Do join us.

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i wanna join i wanna join soon!!!!!!

 

wait for my bike to be fixed by ah chong ah!

February 2011 - March 2012 = Phantom TA 200

March 2012 - August 2013 = Suzuki Impulse 400

Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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This Fri ... I was thinking of going Middle Eastern ... PROVIDED eveyone is ok?

 

Arab Street? We meet earlier at lets say 2100hrs at:-

 

Cafe le Caire also known as Al Majlis

39 Arab Street, Singapore 199738, Singapore

6292 0979

 

There are many nooks & crannies to park legally, at or close to Arab Street .. just look around

 

2100hrs shd give us enough time to chat/gaze around before we charge our batteries ... again, provided it does not rain!

 

Lonely Planet review for Café le Caire (al Majlis)

Highly informal, Egyptian hole-in-the-wall cafe attracting a multinational crowd, run by a former accountant who went on a quest to preserve Arab culture in Singapore. In the daytime you’d hardly notice it, but at night it spreads its tables and rugs along both sides of the street, serving up superb dips, breads and kebabs, plus sheesha pipes. Best Middle Eastern food in the area.

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Brilliant, consider the venue and time confirmed. I will do 'photo recce' on parking locations - can always park further away (coordinate with me) and foot convoy to the location, for those unfamiliar with arabian nights outings :D

 

The parking location recce will be important for drivers. It's a permanent traffic jam inside Arab St. area. Neighbouring blocks have easier parking and can be used as launch point for the bike convoy later. Worst case, Army Market and road march over. 10 minutes only mah. Lol. I might be parking there.

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great, i work near arab street area.

 

i will be late though, end work at 9.30 pm. hopefully still got parking available.

February 2011 - March 2012 = Phantom TA 200

March 2012 - August 2013 = Suzuki Impulse 400

Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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Feel free to pursue independent parking, for the rest of the "slow convoy" we will be parking 500m outside the Arab St area to avoid the permanent traffic jam there. Easier for launching the later event from there after eating/drinking/smoking. Suggest meet me there at 8.30-9.00pm tomorrow night if you're unfamiliar with the area.

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i'll be late. probably join you guys in the restaurant.

February 2011 - March 2012 = Phantom TA 200

March 2012 - August 2013 = Suzuki Impulse 400

Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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Bikers ... dont worry too much about parking ...theres lots around .. fortunately, most pple there drive. Its just a short walk to the rest.

 

For drivers - yes, a cause for concern. As a last resort, you may consider the hotel basement carpark.

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There's a lot of things going on tomorrow, from Middle Eastern food to Ah Chong stories, JB invasion consultation and of course stuff to put on our corporate website.

 

It's just like a shareholders' meeting without the un-fun stuff :D

 

Tactical planning posted at our blog

 

http://fridaybikers.yolasite.com/blog.php

 

"Decentralised ops" for parking involves SAF standard "own time, own target" tactics :)

 

Meantime, enjoy this very "Nightwish" portrait of us last week.

 

http://64.19.142.11/farm6.static.flickr.com/5054/5546740055_373cc63614_z.jpg

 

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Chris will be showing us photos from last Sunday's "English Countryside" profile pics soon :3

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fantastic riding guys. really great.

 

having my bike tuned up was a bonus. meeting like minded people is even better.

 

Pandora, my bike says thank you for the setting. it now runs smooth and good.........

February 2011 - March 2012 = Phantom TA 200

March 2012 - August 2013 = Suzuki Impulse 400

Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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The sheesha collapsing at the neighbouring table was strangely fun.

 

Although I had to point out that the spilled charcoal was slowly setting fire to the carpet beside our table, totally unseen under the pillows.

 

More sheesha-toppling fun here (Essay on last night)

http://fridaybikers.yolasite.com/blog/post-event-25-march-2011

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Tankee asked how to deal with a flooded engine. This is taken from my well loved CB750 owner's manual:-

 

If the engine fails to start after repeated attempts, it may be flooded with excess fuel.

 

To clear a flooded engine, leave the ENGINE STOP switch to RUN (you guys have this? it just means turn ignition on, if you dont) and push the choke lever forward to fully OFF (means dont use choke). Open the throttle fully and crank the engine for 5 seconds.

 

If the engine starts (remember to thank God), quickly close the throttle then open the throttle slightly if idling is unstable. If engine does not start, wait 10 seconds and follow the normal starting procedure.

 

Avoid over-throttling when attempting to start to avoid flooding the engine.

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