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Posted: 05.12.2018  ·  #1
 

My two pride and joys. Hymer B544 and Honda CBR1000F


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Oh, both lovely machines!


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both really clean !


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both really clean !


Thanks. They had both been given a good wash and polish when it was taken. The bike is nearly 30 years old and still riden regularly.


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Posted: 22.02.2019  ·  #5
Would ya believe I had the exact same bike and a B584.
I now have an FJR and a B544. :)


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Would ya believe I had the exact same bike and a B584.
I now have an FJR and a B544. :)


Excellent..do you take bike with you. I've just recently bought a VFR750 with a view to towing behind van. Did you get rid of the CBR recently.


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Posted: 23.02.2019  ·  #7
Nice looking pair, although I am not a biker, unless you count a Honda 50 back in the late 60s! I believe the B 544 is the most popular of the hymers, loads built so spares should be plentiful, especially as you know the hymers seem to go on for ever.

Had a pleasant stopover a couple of weeks back in Belturbet, Down at the marina carpark. Not the ducking stool one but the park opposite the hire base. If you need any one to write to the council to support your efforts at getting a proper Aire in the town, give me a nod.

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Nice looking pair, although I am not a biker, unless you count a Honda 50 back in the late 60s! I believe the B 544 is the most popular of the hymers, loads built so spares should be plentiful, especially as you know the hymers seem to go on for ever.

Had a pleasant stopover a couple of weeks back in Belturbet, Down at the marina carpark. Not the ducking stool one but the park opposite the hire base. If you need any one to write to the council to support your efforts at getting a proper Aire in the town, give me a nod.

Davy


Thanks Davy. Honda 50s are good and well sought after. Pity you hadn't kept it. Work has already started on the Aire. It will be three bays with water and wastewater disposal and maybe electric.


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Posted: 23.02.2019  ·  #9
Excellent, so that early craic meet at the GAA club has come a long way. Well done to you. Where is the Aire being located?

Davy


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