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[Group] HONDA Hornets' Nest 250/600/900


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Hey guys, i think i start first.. Where all ppl can chat here for the Hornet Nest Group, as Andy ( SBF ) havent get back to me yet. And i think chances of opening up a new thread is difficult.. Its Ok, i will get a website link and upload all our pics up. So dun worry

 

http://www.superbikes-sg.com is the temp website we will be using.

 

Any program or details will be posted in here.

 

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thanks for specturm take so many pics for us~~~

 

hereS some of the pictures~

 

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Wow..nice machines.

 

Saw a lady ride a Hornet9 sometime back at Tampines. :smile:

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It doesn't matter how good your bike is, but how long you can ride it

Performance doesn't lie on the bike, it boost when the ego broke!!

It doesn't matter if you win by an inch or a mile...winning's winning..

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nice outing guys... never did i expect so many hornets to turn up. this is a good show! the first time out we had 4, now we have 8!!

 

A pity some of the hornet riders didn turn up like gilly and trueatlantean. good effort to everybody, we should keep this going bcos we ARE the only hornet riders group in Sg. Let's show'em them europeans the Singapore's got the sting too.

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Hornet 900 Review

2004 Honda Redbook

 

 

Talk about naked aggression: Stripped to its shirt-sleeves, the 900 combines aggressive looks with open-class muscle in a lightweight package that also offers all-around comfort and amazing versatility.

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Features & Benefits

 

43mm front fork with preload and compression damping adjustments.

 

Instrumentation includes a clock, digital odometer with two tripmeters, black face analog speedometer, tachmeter, water temperature with white numerals, indicator lights for neutral, FI (fuel injection), oil pressure, low fuel and high beam.

 

Unique Features

 

 

Muscular 919cc open-class engine-inspired by the legendary CBR®900RR--pounds out impressive torque and surprising top-end horsepower.

 

A feathery, 194kg weight makes the 919 the lightest bike in its class.

 

The comfortable, upright seating position is ideal for commuting, sport riding and long trips.

 

Honda's latest programmed fuel injection (PGM-FI) and electronic digital ignition maximize power output and offer immediate throttle response.

 

Stylish, dual center-up exhausts exit below the rear cowl.

 

Massive square-tube mono-backbone frame and a large aluminum swingarm combine to provide an ideal balance of rigidity and flexibility for superb road feel.

 

43mm cartridge front fork, single-shock rear suspension and lightweight cast aluminum three-spoke wheels contribute to exceptional handling.

Engine/Drivetrain

 

 

Compact 919cc DOHC liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine is tuned for low-end and mid-range power for spirited acceleration.

 

One-piece upper crankcase/cylinder assembly, right-side cam-drive design and a narrow, 32 degree included valve angle help make the 919 engine the lightest, most compact powerplant in its class.

 

Sixteen-valve cylinder head with a 10.8:1 compression ratio promotes efficient combustion and high horsepower production.

 

Direct shim-under-bucket valve actuation system is compact, ensures high-rpm durability and allows 16,000-mile valve maintenance intervals.

 

High-pressure programmed fuel injection (PGM-FI) delivers fuel at 50 psi to four injectors, each mounted in a 36mm throttle body. Fuel is delivered through four laser-drilled nozzle holes in each injector, producing a highly atomized air/fuel charge for maximum combustion efficiency and power.

 

Advanced programmed fuel injection (PGM-FI) features a sophisticated throttle sensor and advanced fuel-injection mapping to produce smooth and linear throttle response, responding precisely to fine throttle adjustments.

 

16-bit electronic control unit (ECU) provides two digital 3-D fuel injection maps for each cylinder and one digital 3-D ignition map for cylinder pairs, creating ideal fuel mixture and spark advance settings for superb rideability.

 

Liquid-cooled oil cooler and a lightweight aluminum radiator keep engine temperatures in check for consistent performance and long engine life.

 

Spring-loaded scissors-type gear on the drive side of the crankshaft and a rubber-mounted, floating clutch-cover help reduce noise.

 

Weight-saving features include a compact, lightweight one-piece alternator.

 

Unique four-into-two-into-one-into-two exhaust design features expanding-diameter tubing leading into the two center-up mufflers, contributing to strong mid-range torque and an exhilarating exhaust note. Stainless steel exhaust header and main pipe are attractive and corrosion-resistant. Polished stainless steel muffler-covers shield passenger's legs from muffler heat.

 

 

High-capacity, 380-watt AC generator.

 

Maintenance-free automatic cam-chain tensioner.

 

Smooth-shifting six-speed transmission with gear ratios carefully matched to the engine's powerband.

 

Durable #530 O-ring-sealed drive chain.

Chassis/Suspension

 

 

Massive square-tube mono-backbone steel frame utilizes the engine as a stressed frame member. Together with the reinforced steering head, the chassis provides an optimal balance of rigidity and tuned flex for superb handling.

 

A single box-section downtube reaches down to a unique front engine-mount that incorporates a cross-member to link the frame to the engine's solid front mounts.

 

Lightweight aluminum swingarm features a large one-piece cast pivot block and extruded triple-box-section spars.

 

43mm cartridge front fork with adjustable preload with compression damping and 4.7 inches of travel offers unparalleled rigidity for precise action and excellent handling on a variety of road surfaces.

 

Lightweight aluminum upper triple-clamp adds rigidity for even better steering control.

 

Single-shock rear suspension features a high-quality damper with seven-position-adjustable spring preload, 5.0 inches of plush wheel travel and a remote fluid-reservoir for added suspension control in all riding conditions.

 

Braking system features two huge, 296mm front discs with four-piston calipers and a 240mm rear disc with a single-piston caliper for exceptional stopping power.

 

Aluminum-alloy super-light, hollow three-spoke wheels with 3.5 x 17-inch front and 5.5 x 17-inch rear dimensions.

Additional Features

 

 

Wide, durable vinyl-covered seat with thick foam padding provides plush comfort for commuting and two-up day trips.

 

A stylish hugger-type rear fender closely follows the curve of the rear tire.

 

Instrumentation includes a clock, digital odometer with two tripmeters, black face analog speedometer, tachmeter, water temperature with white numerals, indicator lights for neutral, FI (fuel injection), oil pressure, low fuel and high beam.

 

19litre/268km range fuel tank is hinged for servicing ease.

Reserve Lite with 4litre remains. gives 50 km ride to Jb for top up.

 

Aviation-style fuel cap.

 

Engine-mounted manual fuel enricher provides smooth idling speed for cold engine starts.

 

A bank-angle sensor shuts off fuel supply to the PGM-FI system if the motorcycle tips over, but is unaffected by bumps and vibration during normal operation.

 

A large multi-reflector headlight with a twin-filament H4 low/high beam provides superb roadway illumination.

 

Maintenance-free battery is lightweight with sufficient starting capacity for all riding seasons.

 

Rugged plastic chip-guards on top of the fork sliders protect the front suspension from flying debris.

 

Aluminum passenger grabrail.

 

Convenient ignition switch/fork lock for added security.

Honda HISS anti-theft ignition.

Key has to be cut & coded.

Bike cannot be started by connecting Ignition.

(I have a Disc Lock with Alarm when bike is tampered or when u forget to unlock to ride. $60 for Chong Aik at Joo chiat rd - ask ah meng)

 

Handlebar switches and controls use internationally approved ISO graphic symbols.

 

Available Accessories

 

Sport Shield($150)

Center Stand($350)

 

Specifications

 

Model: CB900F

 

Engine Type: 919cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder

Bore and Stroke: 71mm x 58mm

Compression Ratio: 10.8:1

Valve Train: DOHC; four valves per cylinder

Carburetion: PGM-FI with manual enricher circuit

Ignition: Computer-controlled digital with three-dimensional mapping

Transmission: Six-speed

Final Drive: #530 O-ring-sealed chain

 

Suspension Front: 43mm cartridge fork with adjustable preload and compression damping; 4.7 inches travel Rear: Single shock with seven-position spring preload adjustability; 5.0 inches travel

 

Brakes Front: Dual full-floating 296mm discs with four-piston calipers Rear: Single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper

 

Tires Front: 120/70ZR-17 radial Rear: 180/55ZR-17 radial

Wheelbase: 57.5 inches

Rake (Caster Angle): 25.0¡

Trail: 98mm (3.9 inches)

Seat Height: 820mm

 

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Hi guys

 

I was think of getting the Hornet 599...

CB600F powerplant.

 

See you soon...

 

Gianni

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"The most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." - Helen Keller

 

"Life is either a daring adventure,or nothing." - Helen Keller

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Hornet CB600F

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"The sleek, compact and lightweight CB600 has won a rabid following in the two years since its introduction for its bare-bones look of spare 'streetfighter' bravado, and the sharp, powerful performance to back it up. Shorn of all but the fundamentals of aggressive sport-riding enjoyment, the CB600 has also grown increasingly popular as a 'one-make' racer that provides big-time excitement and winning track performance at a relatively reasonable cost. Because of this unexpected boom in popularity, the new Year 2000 CB600 receives several improvements to its performance and handling that will see it winning not only the hearts and minds of European 'naked sport' bike lovers, but also quite a few races as well. More than any other machine, the CB600 epitomises the definition of the roadster. It does so literally, exulting it to a new realm of excellence. As proof of this, the engine is nothing less than the one in the CBR600F super sports bike and the wheels are those used on the CBR900RR Fireblade. As for the weight to power ratio (95.3PS for 176kg) it is by far the best in its category. If you add to the picture an ultra-compact back-end, a guarantee of the extreme agility demanded by formula racing, an exemplary finish and a superb design emphasising all the Hi-Tech aspects in its construction, we have in the CB600 the most explosive cocktail on the road today. Introduced in 98. Manufactured in Japan."

Great Bike! U will Enjoy Much Moments With It!

 

 

This Web Site will give u more on Hornets

Hope u Find it useful

 

 

http://www.hondahornet.co.uk/

 

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Review HORNET CB600F

Street Fighter... Bravado

 

"The sleek, compact and lightweight CB600 has won a rapid following in the two years since its introduction for its bare-bones look of spare 'streetfighter' bravado, and the sharp, powerful performance to back it up. Shorn of all but the fundamentals of aggressive sport-riding enjoyment, the CB600 has also grown increasingly popular as a 'one-make' racer that provides big-time excitement and winning track performance at a relatively reasonable cost. Because of this unexpected boom in popularity, the new CB600F receives several improvements to its performance and handling that will see it winning not only the hearts and minds of 'naked sport' bike lovers, but also quite a few races as well. More than any other machine, the CB600F epitomises the definition of the roadster. It does so literally, exulting it to a new realm of excellence. As proof of this, the engine is nothing less than the one in the CBR600F super sports bike and the wheels are those used on the CBR900RR Fireblade. As for the weight to power ratio (95.3PS for 176kg) it is by far the best in its category. If you add to the picture an ultra-compact back-end, a guarantee of the extreme agility demanded by formula racing, an exemplary finish and a superb design emphasising all the Hi-Tech aspects in its construction, we have in the CB600 the most explosive cocktail on the road today. Introduced in 98. Manufactured in Japan."

 

2003 SPEC

 

Engine Liquid-cooled4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4

Bore & Stroke 65 x 45.2mm

Displacement 600 cubic centimetres

Compression Ratio 12.0:1

 

Carburettors 34mm slanted flat-side CV type x 4

 

Max. Power output 71kW/12,000min-1 (95/1/EC), 96 bhp

Max Torque 63Nm/10,000min-1 (95/1/EC), 46 ft-lb

 

Ignition Computer-controlled digital transitorised with electronic advance

Starter Electric

 

Transmission 6-Speed

Final-Drive 'O'-ring sealed chain

 

Dimensions (LxWxH) 2095x740x1065mm

Wheelbase 1420mm

Seat Height 790mm

Ground Clearance 140mm

 

Fuel Capacity 17 Litres

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Wheels.

 

FRONT: 17xMT3.50 hollow-section triple-spoke cast aluminium

REAR: 17xMT5.50 hollow-section triple-spoke cast aluminium

 

Tyres

 

FRONT: 120/70ZR17 (58W) (Michelin/Bridgestone)

REAR: 180/55ZR17 (73W) (Michelin/Bridgestone)

 

Suspension

FRONT: 41mm telescopic fork, 120mm axle travel

REAR: Monoshock damper with 7-step adjustable preload, 128mm axle travel

 

Brakes

 

FRONT:

296mm x 4.5mm dual hydraulic disc with dual-piston callipers, floating rotors and sintered metal pads

 

REAR:220mm x 5mm hydraulic disc with single-pistonÊ

 

Dry Weight 178kgClick for more info on Hornet600F

Link to Manual for Hornet 600F

 

HORNET600F Vs FAZER600

(Figs from Magazine Reports)

1. Both are Street Bikes.

2. Hornet [email protected] vs Fazer [email protected]

3. Top Speed: H 233kmh vs F 226kmh

4. Wt: H 179kg vs F 180kg

5. Seat Ht: H 790mm vs F 795mm

6. Both with Exhaust Close to Seat(or Under)

7. Both In Line 4 Engines 16valves

8. Wheel Base: H 1425mm vs F1440mm

9. Price: H $14500 vs F $15600 (Machine Price)

10. Fuel Capacity: H 16L vs F 19L

11. Fazer Eng Is Revving

12. 0-100kmh: H 3.91s vs F 3.97s

13. Braking: H 4.83s(353') vs F 5.06s(361')

 

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Main Difference:

1. Hornet tune to Low & Mid Torque Perf(Street Stop/Go Riding)

Fazer tune to High Torque Perf (Super Sport Style Riding)

2. Styling: Fazer is Looks Modern(futuristic). Design only 6mth old.

Hornet is more conservative street bike design.

(but well liked by bike magazines though)

 

Bike Mag(UK) Report Mar'04:

 

Hornet: Mid range, Ability, Quality

- Strong Midrange drages it out of corners.

Fazer: Attitude, Image, Top End Rev, Raw Excitement

- R6 derived eng, needs to be kept revving, it is fast & frantic.

 

Make-A-Choice

 

Ultimately, choice is very personal.

Both Bikes are Amazing Machines.

Go Get One & Enjoy!

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Some info if we are going down to track:

 

Directions to PG

 

From the causeway:

 

Leaving customs, waterfront is on your left.

U-turn after 100m.

There are money changers both sides for 100m.

Follow the signs to Kota Tinggi, basically straight (North).

After about 14 km. take a right turn at lights signposted Pasir Gudang (Pasir Gudang highway, Eastward).

NB This exit is currently closed, follow the temporary Pasir Gudang signs.

After about 14km. take the left slip road signposted Masai.

Left at the first traffic lights.

After 800m, right at third water tank.

This takes you past the main entrance. For the pits, continue on, go left at the next T-junction and the gate is 150m. on the left.

 

From the 2nd link:

 

Follow highway North. At 12km. from Malaysian customs, branch left following sign to Pasir Gudang (Pasir Gudang Highway).

After 37km. take the left slip road signposted Masai

and etc. as above.

 

Attched is a map to the circuit from the Masai Exit...

 

Price:

Fee: RM$50 per hour on a Weekend

RM$35 per hour on a Weekday

 

Minimum Requirement: Full Face Helmet

Leather Protective Gloves

Leather Jacket/ Armoured Jacket

Jeans

Boots

 

One piece or Two piece race leathers are optimum together with full face helmet, gloves and boots. Back protectors will be an advantage.

 

Tel: 6072521313

Pls add your respective numbers in front based on your mobile subscription

 

Website: http://www.johorcircuit.com.my

 

Pls call before making any trips there so as to confirm availability of the track. Advice is to call the day before your intended trip. Preferably in the afternoon so that you can be updated of any change.

 

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Hornet 250 Specs

 

Power: 40hp @ 14000rpm

Torque: 24nm @ 11000rpmWt: 151kg

 

Hornet 250 vs Super 4

The Hornet 250 has quite a lot of pwr & torque.

As compare to say...

 

S4 Pwr: [email protected],

Torque: 38nm/9500rpm

Wt: 168kg

 

Could see that the hornet has a better Pwr to Wt ratio

 

Link for Hornet 250

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Originally posted by feng125@Apr 5 2004, 04:03 PM

track day would be a little tough to organise. weekend trackdays are more crowded and expensive, weekdays most of us working and not free. how shall we arrange a date (weekend or weekday) where it suits the majority?

ermmm i anything. hahahah cause i work for myself hahaha.. its only the rest????

 

Best is on weekday. but really need sometime for those who wanna take off just to go down for track.

 

 

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how bout this long week end? sun?? sat?? or fri?? morning~

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Hornet 900F

$17+K(insurance not incl) Brand New!

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Raw power

The Hornet CB900F has a formidable powerplant. Derived from the legendary 1998 CBR900RR FireBlade, the Hornet's engine has been specially modified for 'naked' use. With more emphasis on its feeling of acceleration and low-to-mid-range grunt rather than the traditional high-revving performance demanded by an all-out Super Sports machine.

 

Mono-backbone frameA design feature of the Hornet CB900F's frame is its emphasis on 'feel'. Rather than being designed to convey a feeling of silky-smooth operation, the frame is tuned to emphasise the engine's sensations of sound, rhythm and power.

 

Sturdy suspension

The high performance suspension system of the Hornet CB900F delivers a superb balance of roll and yaw characteristics. You can lean deep into corners confidently, learning from the feedback of the direct handling.

 

Comfortable controlFeaturing a similar seat height to that of the Hornet CB600, the Hornet CB900F's riding position is as comfortable and easy-going as its performance is thrilling.

 

The Hornet image

The Hornet CB900F features the trademarks of a narrow waist and muscularly curvaceous fuel tank. Its sleek aero tail now fans out to encompass a set of menacing, dual 'under seat' exhaust silencers. This combination of slim proportions and dual shotgun pipes strongly emphasises the Hornet CB900F's high performance potential.

 

The new 2004 Hornet CB900F is a light and powerful 'super naked' machine, with breathtaking yet effortless performance.

 

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Originally posted by Spectrum@Apr 5 2004, 10:07 PM

I guess weekday is less crowded & cost less.

My schd are fine for week days.

 

But I am easy...

 

Not sure how it is like on the tracks...

 

Don't want to get in the way of those that scrap their machines

in the turns.

 

But I guess the Tracks is a safe place to learn to ride well.

 

 

 

 

:confused: :bouncefire: :bounce:

But I guess the Tracks is a safe place to learn to ride well.

 

 

 

thas rite!!!!

 

so any 1 wana go pg this week end? long week end leh!!!

 

lets cheong

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Originally posted by SniperWj@Apr 5 2004, 11:18 PM

But I guess the Tracks is a safe place to learn to ride well.

 

 

 

thas rite!!!!

 

so any 1 wana go pg this week end? long week end leh!!!

 

lets cheong

Ya manz... i agreed.. but Whos going and when????? Somebody start first mah

 

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Hi Guys, we are in the Charity Ride 2004 Locally. This friday nite 9pm Kallang KFC is the meeting up of team leader ( Hornet Nest ) to let us know what the ride is about and going to be like.

If you guys are free, shall we meet at Kallang KFC on 9th April 2004. We also need volunteers in assisting of the planning with the organizers.

 

 

Meetup 9th April 2004

Location : Kallang KFC

Time : 8pm

Purpose : Charity Ride 2004 Pre Meeting ( Hornet Nest Group )

 

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Originally posted by Motrax33@Apr 6 2004, 09:38 PM

Hi Guys, we are in the Charity Ride 2004 Locally. This friday nite 9pm Kallang KFC is the meeting up of team leader ( Hornet Nest ) to let us know what the ride is about and going to be like.

If you guys are free, shall we meet at Kallang KFC on 9th April 2004. We also need volunteers in assisting of the planning with the organizers.

 

 

Meetup 4th April 2004

Location : Kallang KFC

Time : 8pm

Purpose : Charity Ride 2004 Pre Meeting ( Hornet Nest Group )

 

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we're going to meet on the 4th of april? isn today the 6th oredi?? typo issit?

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Taken from R1szuan

 

Hi

 

B4 i explain on the event. I need to clarify something firstly this ride is AINT a replacement or challenger to the annual 3 NATION RIDE. this is a ride purely on the idea of helping other not just a showcase of bikes only. This is to showcase they are caring ppl in this world and it comes from the heart.

 

Sorrie for the lack of update infos,as i am bz the last few days. Ok just to inform you guys i have spoken to TP, Div police hq regarding the rally. Have yet to speak to the licensing unit.

 

From the tp and div concerns side they have no issue on how many bikes will be present as long we dont ride in a convoy, they further inform that we just need to inform the div concern on the event that took place in thier judisriciton. From what i was informed TP escort is foc ( how true is true pls dont quote me). However as we know sillypore we need to have a BLACK and WHITE from the OFFICIALS so i will get them a memo for this part.

 

Now only left to talk to MP( higher chance to get approval and also speed up the process, and some relevant depts concerns. Guys it this things take off it maybe in June. Lotsa of paperwork and chasing to do.

 

Enuff bout the policitis parts,here are some of the details of the charity.

 

I was thinking a few ways we can help the charity homes or organisation. First is we need to identify what kinda of assistance we can provide and what they need.

 

I am sure not money is the only things which is on thier minds.There are definetlly others

 

this is what i have in planned.

 

If we are going to a old folks home,what can we offer other than $$?

1: Company,we can listen or entertain them

2: Housekeeping

3: Simple repairs

4: Foods

 

If we are going to a orphanage, what can we offer other than $$?

1: 2nd Clothings

2: Toys( New or Second hand)

3: Play games

4: Food

5: Be thier mentor for a day

 

If we are going to a handicapped home, what can we offer than $$?

1: Follow and join the classroom session

2: Bring them out

3: Toys

4: Others( havent crack my brains hard enuff to get answers)

 

Secondly what kinda of homes we plan to go?

Assistance gave by govt, self independant homes?

 

I had a few homes or place in my list

Woodylogde home for the desitute

MINDS

Children Home

Also try to find a location that can fit in about 100 bikes.(estimated.)

If you got a better location pls feel free to inform me.

 

I was hoping that each biker to bring at least 2 toys as a gift for the oprhanage and some tin can food for the old folks and some old clothings. dont worry i aint that evil to expect u bring all those stuff on your bikes cept the toys. I will try to get a van to bring in all the stuff.

 

And also i am targeting to get each bikers to donate $20 for the whole event. i do hope it doesnt sound too expensive. if it doest pls feel free to voice up.

 

For the riding part. I have made plans to have 3 different route but still end up in the same location. Eg group 1 take Road A and end up at B. Group 2 take road C and still end up at B and so forth. This is to avoid convoy riding and mass jam and also to create a AWARENESS and SAFETY.

 

The Group for each bike have been set to a Max of 20 or 15 bikes from each group and a min of 7 or 10. This is to ensure we can have enuff parking lots and also easier for the TL to manage. I understand this maybe frustrating however as you we stay in sillypore not other country. If this is malaysia i am all agreed for a huge turnout.

 

For the mixed groups or those with out grouping pls feel free to contact me and i will get a TL to lead you guys ok dont be dissapointed.

 

For this event if you guys want to have a tshirt it would be great. The tshirt will have a printout of Bikers With a Big Heart.( subject to approval from all the TL)

 

Ok so far i do hope i gave you guys some ideas how this whole event gonna be. for those who need further clarification or in doubt pls feel free to PM me.

 

It is a little bit to discuss the whole agenda on the forum here as it is better for me to explain it offline. i would seek your kinda understanding.

 

I think that is about it for all, so meanwhile the rest just keep your finger crossed all things go well,it if does go well then we can enjoy it else we may have to do it overseas.

 

So take care for now and hang in there. For the TL pls ack my msg to you guys. Pls either reply to me or do something. Dont just keep mum after i send you the sms. TL your presence is important for the meeting. And also avoid calling all your team members for the meeting as we only need the TL to be around. Once again thank you

 

Disclaimer: If there is any part of this content is deem unsuitable or misunderstood pls feel free to PM me for clarification. Steps have been taken to make sure no misleading of facts are posted out. if there is pls pm. Once again thank you for your concerns and feeback. If there is any part of this posting is offensive pls accept my sincere aplogy.

 

R1szuan ( Organizer )

 

Hi guys, how abt it?? Chartiy ley. Let us show them some caring and sharing from the Hornet Nest.

 

Motrax33 ( I'm not a team leader of the group, just represent nia )

 

Hornet Nest Group dont need a team leader one. :) Volunteer will do. kekek

rite guys?

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Originally posted by Spectrum@Apr 7 2004, 01:15 AM

Won't Be able to join u this Friday.

Dinner Leh.

 

But Let Me know how I can Help...

U can count me In.

 

$20 is ok...

But may be organize some simple party for the Old Folks, Kids...

Games, shows and singing(any william hung will do)

 

Gift is a good idea.

Update me please.

 

:lovestruck: :lovestruck: :cheeky:

 

How about a Hornet Shirt.

Can source for one with embroidery "Hornets" with a picture of a hornet.

 

Sort of like VerR Logo.

 

:thumb:

Well embroidery "Hornets" with a picture of a hornet. quite expensive cos we have too little demand. even 50pc is small amount. The VerR did was in JB but is like heat transfer type, i think can be done on polo T.

 

Well i will go down on friday nite to see what they have to say first. then i will update you guys ...

 

Motrax33

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