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    It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    https://www.motorcyclenews.com/news/...on-superlight/
    Paint that silver and I'll need reviving.

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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    Heres a different angle, great find big man !... ... I love this.... that single seat, frame and looks like tig welded can....

    Lovely wee machine !

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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    Glad you see what I mean.
    The Lightweight TT could use shaking up. All those dull as ditch-water Kwak's make me sleepy.

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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    The 100kg I take it that's your weight..lol

    Norton states this is 158 kg Dry.


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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    Yup


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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    It would be cool to see a more 'utilitarian' version that could be raced and smashed around as it looks like a good bit of kit. All the shiny stuff basically makes it a weekend road bike but those are generally better in larger capacities for lazy road riding rather than screaming small capacity race bikes.

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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    Quote Originally Posted by Monners View Post
    It would be cool to see a more 'utilitarian' version that could be raced and smashed around as it looks like a good bit of kit. All the shiny stuff basically makes it a weekend road bike but those are generally better in larger capacities for lazy road riding rather than screaming small capacity race bikes.
    Couldn't agree more. In fact, Norton would be idiots not to do exactly as you say Monny. Me riding it tho would be like watching a monkey trying to shag a football...

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    Re: It's no fun being skint (not to mention 100kg's)

    Haha what a wonderful thought

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