Lovely bike. Must admit I'd like some rear suspension...........my rigid is a bit disconcerting on these bumpy roads around here if I go at any speed above about 45-50 ish.
It must feel great blasting down the M3 at 80!!!!!!!!!!!
Next time you are down this way, drop in for a cuppa.
fpassmore wrote:Lovely acquisition, they do get under your skin that is certain.
john.hulme wrote:Glad you were happy with the VH Steve, you were right about it being trailed these days but the trailer was bought only 3 or 4 years ago, before that I owned one for a bit but sold it as it didn't get used. I'm glad you found a few things to do to it, It would be dull if you just bought it and rode it without putting your individual
mark on it
cheers, John H
From 1955 the swinging arm Ariels used the HF1441 Lucas horn and not the Altette. But if you are going to discard any more Altettes I would be happy to collect them before they hit the road. Swinging arm Ariels and parts are fairly scarce in Australia.
if you pull your front wheel out at any stage I would love to see a photo of the inside. In particular is the conversion still single leader or is it a duo serve type conversion.
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