1. How much was it?
2. Does it do bunnyhops?
3. Any clunge-related feedback?
Sorry for the delayed response!
I got the bike for Ã‚Â£500 (advertised for Ã‚Â£700) but gave the guy 50 quid to deliver it (45 miles away from my home) and then I had to pay Ã‚Â£55 to have it regsitered (+Ã‚Â£17 RFL).
I got the original bill of sale for the bike when it was shipped in the crate which showed a total price of Ã‚Â£740 from Riders of Yeovil.
I'm just back to work again and should be spending much more time on Autoshite as a result
Well I finally got my registration document and tax disc back from the DVLA, now that all of the local offices have been closed downÃ¢â‚¬Â¦, just in time for me to head on back to Saudi Arabia the following day...
I did manage to get the bike out for a quick blast around the local area and it now has a whopping 17km on the odometer!
The bike fired up fine at first but after half a mile or so, I got a bit of a misfire, my heart sank! Bloody Chinese shite I thought!
This might have been the bike trying to do bunnyhops?
Stopped off at a mates house and the look on his face appeared to mirror my thoughts, so I tootled off home and thought I'd try to make it up a long climb, the logic was if it cut out I could freewheel back down.
Luckily the bike seemed to clear itself and the ride was pretty smooth, or it is until you get close to 50MPH then there's a bit of a change in the feel of the machine....back down to 45MPH and it feels pretty decent.
The lights are not too bad but the high beam must have been designed as a wartime searchlight for aircraft - it's hopelessly high!
No real chance to pull any birds down at the local chip shop opportunities were presented but time will tell