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  • d000hg
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    Eh? Why can't they put more fuel in?

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  • Scruff
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    Cross Training Enduro

    YouTube

    Great channel to learn new skills

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  • Scruff
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    About 10 miles per litre... Depending how you ride it

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  • Scruff
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    About 5 minutes and you'd need a recovery vehicle

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  • BR14
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  • quackhandle
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    Originally posted by BR14 View Post
    'ride it like you stole it' is NOT a description of sensible riding, old son

    Well quite, hence I asked about sensible.

    qh

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  • quackhandle
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    Tsk tsk

    YouTube
    Ha! Been a while since I saw that. I always preferred The Meaning Of Life.

    qh

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by quackhandle View Post
    No speed limit and it isn't an issue.

    Unladen what now?

    qh
    Tsk tsk

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  • BR14
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    Originally posted by quackhandle View Post
    Thanks, I am not a bike as from these posts.

    So it would easily do 30-40 miles without running the tank dry?

    Nice one, it is stolen you see and he'll be riding it past small villages at 2am, so may have to slow down as it's a noisy bugger.

    Plan B research innit.

    qh
    'ride it like you stole it' is NOT a description of sensible riding, old son

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  • quackhandle
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    Originally posted by BR14 View Post
    finger in the air - 90 ish?
    ask scruff, i think he's an offroader.
    i'm more of a v-twin road bike sort.
    Thanks, I am not a biker as from these posts.

    So it would easily do 30-40 miles without running the tank dry?

    Nice one, it is stolen you see and he'll be riding it past small villages at 2am, so may have to slow down as it's a noisy bugger.

    Plan B research innit.

    qh
    Last edited by quackhandle; 28 March 2020, 19:44.

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  • BR14
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    finger in the air - 90 ish?
    ask scruff, i think he's an offroader.
    i'm more of a v-twin road bike sort.

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  • quackhandle
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    What's the speed limit of the road?

    Do you have a laden or unladen swallow?
    No speed limit and it isn't an issue.

    Unladen what now?

    qh

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by quackhandle View Post
    Say you have a Husky FC 250 and it has a full tank with capacity of 7 liters.

    On tarmac with sensible riding, what would the max distance in miles you could get out of it?

    Cheers

    qh
    What's the speed limit of the road?

    Do you have a laden or unladen swallow?

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  • quackhandle
    started a topic Off road bikers...

    Off road bikers...

    Say you have a Husky FC 250 and it has a full tank with capacity of 7 liters.

    On tarmac with sensible riding, what would the max distance in miles you could get out of it?

    Cheers

    qh

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