Tyres for a BlackBird

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#16 Post by Gio » Tue Jan 17, 2017 12:11 pm

mangocrazy wrote:Centre stand 10kg? Good grief. Is it made from solid cast iron? :smt003

Doesn't junking all the linked brake bollocks save a fair bit of weight as well?
It certainly feels like it, its huge and so irrelevant, its in a corner of the garage an I have just checked its weight, almost 7kg with all the bolts etc. But it certainly seemed a lot more.

Must admit I've never taken off all the linked brake stuff before so yes maybe it will.
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Re: Tyres for a BlackBird

#17 Post by MAC » Thu Feb 10, 2022 10:34 am

The Avon 3DXM is a great tyre, work well on this bike. Wear well and give all the grip you'll need and priced well.

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Re: Tyres for a BlackBird

#18 Post by mangocrazy » Sat Feb 12, 2022 5:02 pm

First post and you're linking to another site. It's just about on topic, but any more advertising and you're toast. Consider yourself on notice, fella.

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