Took that Trumpet Rocket 3 for a ride yesterday!

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Greybeard, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Greybeard

    Greybeard Guest

    Fark me, does that farker move!

    Gets off the line like somebody has booted it up the arse. Pull out to
    overtake and before you've akshually twisted yer wrist to give it the beans,
    your passed and hope to be slowing down as the next car is coming up fast..
    too damned fast!

    You can overtake anything and it can all be done in top gear from 30 upwards

    Big old brute, the weight is nice and low and for the size of the b*stard,
    and it handles really well.

    Might be a changing places in the garage with the ol' King?!


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    Greybeard

    FLHRCI -01 UK ( 95 cu-in Stg 2. Big Boy!)
    Trumpet Trophy 1200 -91, for rainy days

    [email protected][dot]co[dot]uk
     
    Greybeard, Oct 9, 2005
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  2. In uk.rec.motorcycles, Greybeard amazed us all with this pearl of
    wisdom:
    So the brakes aren't up to much then?
    I was following one the other day. It's sure got a fat ass[1]
    <Elvis Presley>

    Uh huh.
    </ep>
    [1] The one I saw had no number plate on it.
     
    Whinging Courier, Oct 9, 2005
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  3. Greybeard

    Greybeard Guest

    Brakes are billiant. just can't snap the old wrist to close the tap quick
    enuff! ;o)
    Suit my wife ok then.
    This one did.

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    Greybeard

    FLHRCI -01 UK ( 95 cu-in Stg 2. Big Boy!)
    Trumpet Trophy 1200 -91, for rainy days

    [email protected][dot]co[dot]uk
     
    Greybeard, Oct 9, 2005
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