Putting the brakes on teenage driving

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Putting the brakes on teenage driving

My sister's first bike. She got it after it had suffered a crash. Tank dented, steering handles bent, headlight supports cracked, scratches all over. An old geezer tried his bike after a long hibernation. Well, he had lost some control himself after too many years.

After some cosmetic repairs and two years driving she had some troubles with starting, as well as the lighting. Had a "handyman" look at it, but he couldn't find the mishap but tried something with extra cabling without any good result.

So turned to me.

Starting motor turned out to be just fine, as well as the lighting. Someone greased the starter button with all purpose grease! Cleaned it, got rid of the spaghetti-like extra electrics et presto: A fine machine with some scars.

For her shortage of leg-length that was another issue now solved. So I purchased a 2nd hand gas tank, spray painted the bike metallic grey. Original it was Candy Empire Blue with light blue and grey pinstripes. Also a plastic type front fender.

Something must have happened! Probably just before importing from USA to Holland that was done to avoid "being new" tax issues, the bikes were shipped to USA, rode for some few thousand miles so they could be imported at lower tax rates.

We call it "grey import". Well, to make a long story short: As these bikes were never sold new in Holland but imported from US of A, it has a "miles per hour" speedometer.

A new "Sadddleman" cover, some extra seat-padding for I am 1. There are some hundreds bike still roaming the lowlands, so Yes, It is an icon you might talk about! My first child was almost 5 and the second was on the way, so I put riding on hold and put my in storage.

In I bought the NH instead of restarting my And most recently I have been cruising on my VT Then, in November I got the opportunity of a lifetime So I made restoring my my winter project. My first decent size bike and I love it.

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Putting the brakes on teenage driving

Hank's Garage have already started to fill up with garage tours for the summer. Aaron Toth Bay City, MI Monza Convertible It's a 4 speed Monza convertible. It has some quarter rust and a few spotty patches on the floorpans, but I plan on fixing the things that it needs to make it a good driver.

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