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post #31 of 93 (permalink) Old 05-10-2019, 03:40 AM
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Dude, let it go ....or should I just quit the forum?

(Perhaps I am being too thenthitive....)
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Keep one wheel down!

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but I pop in here from time to time
. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But...Ö..a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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This saw the end of my intentions to keep the bike a dry weather bike (in Scotland, I was kidding myself).
Plenty heavy rain and hailstones whilst heading through Glenshee to Braemar, it did brighten up at some points

same settings kept for rain and hail, no real concerns
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Open roads, barely any traffic.....must be heaven.

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Open roads, barely any traffic.....must be heaven.
its a nice road when dry, plenty twisty bends, tyres a bit slippy in the wet but not fully scrubbed in yet.

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May want to look into some different tires. Supercorsas will always be slippery in the wet, scrubbed in or not. Would be a shame to see a PD Dragster go down due to something so simple.

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May want to look into some different tires. Supercorsas will always be slippery in the wet, scrubbed in or not. Would be a shame to see a PD Dragster go down due to something so simple.
yep, not far off slick, intention was a dry day bike, but you just take it easy in the wet, even found the race mode set up with TC and ABS to be fine in the rain, never switched to rain mode or Normal, felt no need

The Brutale 1078 with Michelins is my main all weather bike

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Excellent roads and Scenery you have there Savoy, and nice and quiet traffic wise, but the weather up North, you can't have it all. What about the cops, many of them about?

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Excellent roads and Scenery you have there Savoy, and nice and quiet traffic wise . . .
Looks magic. I would migrate, but I just wouldn't understand anyone.
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Looks magic. I would migrate, but I just wouldn't understand anyone.
You cheeky fellow.
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