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  Cover the brakes
Posted by: Cableguy - 07-11-2019, 11:45 PM - Forum: Tips and Tricks - No Replies

Cover the brakes: to ride with their fingers outstretched and resting on the front brake lever in crowded environments, mid-corner and between corners.

https://www.cycleworld.com/motorcycling-...ency-room/

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  05 V Star 1100 Classic
Posted by: luvtoride - 07-06-2019, 12:39 PM - Forum: Bikes - No Replies

2005 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic 54,353 km’s

Awesome 05 V Star 1100 up for grabs! This bike has not much left that is stock right down to steal breaded cables.

Some After Market:

Headlight Pulsates. Get cut off 90% less!!
Driving lights
Fairing
Stereo
Highway Pegs
Mustang seats
Floorboards front and rear
Cobra Exhaust
Re-Jetted
Chrome covers
Locking saddle bags and trunk
Led Brake and Signal lights
Etc.

Included with sale is all original parts.

Headlight
Seats
Windshields and hardware
Original covers
Brake light
Nuts and bolts
Cables
Etc.

Not riding much anymore so it should go to someone the will ride her. Never dropped! Shop maintained 100% synthetic oil all its life. I’m the 3rd owner. Jump on and go!!!

Willing to trade for fast car or smaller bike and cash. Looking for nothing smaller than a 750 and would prefer something that I could put a collector plate on. Let me know what you have.

Tire kickers and lowballers need not apply!!!! Cash in hand before ANY test riding!

 More pic's here. .https://vancouver.craigslist.org/bnc/mcy...92593.html

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  PAC Ride - Cultus Saturday Aug 17, 2019
Posted by: Cableguy - 07-02-2019, 10:53 AM - Forum: PRS Ride Forum - Replies (1)

Date: Saturday Aug 17, 2019 Ride is a GO!  (Stay up to date on this post)
Weather Permitting.  Look for the GREEN message above.

Time: 11:00am, leaving 11:30am
Meet: Holeshot Motorsports (8867 201 St, Langley City)

Destination: J. Beethoven Pizza (9 - 4125 Columbia Valley Highway, Cultus Lake, BC) (604) 858-7766 
Right across from Cultus Lake Waterpark 

Approximate Ride Time: 1 hour + time for lunch.

Route Map: Holeshot Motorsports > Cultus

Please familiarize yourself with the route!  (link above)

Come ride with your fellow PRS grads (and possibly some of the other PRS crew) for a highway ride and stop for a nice lunch at J. Beethoven's Pizza in Cultus. After lunch, we'll be jumping into the lake so bring your swim wear!

We will have a quick briefing on the route, rules of the ride, etc.  Please bring lots of liquids and cash for lunch.

Because we need to inform the restaurant that we're coming, we need everyone to reply here so we can do a head count.
Please reply to this thread so we can get a sense of numbers. 


** Please refrain from e-mailing or calling the PRS line for inquries. Direct your questions via email to me, or via this forum. **

Thanks,
Brose

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  PAC Ride - Ice Cream Run 12Jul19
Posted by: Cableguy - 07-02-2019, 10:24 AM - Forum: PRS Ride Forum - Replies (6)

Date: Friday July 12, 2019 Ride is A GO!  (Stay up to date on this post)
Weather Permitting.  Look for the GREEN message above.

Meet 1 5:30pm: Pacific Riding School (if you want to ride from Surrey) Leaving at 6:00pm!
Meet 2 6:30pm: La Casa Gelato 

Destination: La Casa Gelato (1033 Venables St, Vancouver)

Come chill with your fellow PRS grads (and possibly some of the other PRS crew) for some ice cream!

Please reply to this thread so we can get a sense of numbers. 

** Please refrain from e-mailing or calling the PRS line for inquiries. Direct your questions via email to me, or via this forum. **

Thanks,
Brose

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  PAC Enduro Ride - Sumas Mountain, Liumchen Creek FSR, Bench Rd Jul 7
Posted by: Cableguy - 06-19-2019, 09:05 AM - Forum: PRS Ride Forum - No Replies

Date: Sunday July 7, 2019
 
Time: 08:15am, leave 08:30
Meet: Bruce’s Country Market, 23963 Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge, BC
Alternate Meet Point: Junction Page Road & Upper Sumas Mountain Road 09:00
 
Destination: Sumas Mountain, Tamihi OHV Staging area, Chipmunk OHV staging area, Duke’s Country Pub
Route: Lougheed HWY, Mission Bridge, Sumas Mountain / Taggart Rd, No.3 Rd, Vedder Mountain Rd, Cultus Lake, Liumchen FSR, ChilliwackLake Rd, Bench Rd, Elk View Rd, Yale Rd. 
Maphttps://goo.gl/maps/UZjCbU5Lfegn72YW9 
 
Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate. Riders need to be comfortable riding uphill and downhill on loose gravel FSR’s. If you've taken Pacific's Enduro course you'll be fine. All the gravel roads are driveable in a RAV4; the Liumchen FSR was part of the DSBC Newbie ride - driveable with 4WD pickup or Land Rover.
 
What to bring: Arrive with enough gas for the ride, Water, a smile, snack food, your road tools, goggles (for the dust) if you have them.
 
Ride time: ~ 5 hours including breaks.
Ride distance: ~150km (105km pavement, 55km gravel)
 
 
Come ride with Malcolm and RD over Sumas Mountain and along the Chilliwack River. It’s an easy ride with some great views and big tree shade in the woods. We’ll stop at the top of Sumas Mountain to enjoy the view then head for some gravel and maybe some mud along the Chilliwack River. Waltz along Elk View Road before ending the ride at Duke’s pub to socialize over food and a responsible beverage.
 
At Bruce’s Country Market we’ll meet and have a safety meeting before departure. We’ll stop at various points / road junctions to regroup. No one left behind.

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  2013 Triumph Tiger 800 ABS - $8549
Posted by: gakenny@hotmail.com - 06-17-2019, 10:58 AM - Forum: Bikes - No Replies

2013 Tiger 800 ABS. 40513kms. $8549.00

Bike includes:
• Arrow Exhaust
• Heated Grips (OEM)
• Hand Guards
• Radiator Guard
• Engine Bars
• Rear spools (to lift rear)
• Kappa KVenture Hard Panniers Monokey (includes 4 spare keys and 4 spare lock inserts)
• Front and Rear stands

Includes two motorcycle keys (1 spare with tag if key is lost), original owner’s manual.

I also have the following available if you are interested, we can talk...
• Light Summer Jacket
• Medium Summer Jacket
• All Weather Jacket
• Two sets gloves
• Arai Signet Q Helmet
• Scorpion Helmet

Tires were changed summer 2017 for Heidenau K60 Scout Dual Sport. Great tires that also look great on the bike.
Front: 110/80B 19M/C 59T
Rear: 150/70B 17 M/C 69T

Brake pads were changed out last summer. Coolant flushed end of summer 2018.

I am the original owner, have the sales receipt, and always take very good care of all my machines, including the Tiger.

This has been a fantastic bike, and still is, but I have to sell this bike for personal reasons.


Back Draft or cash. No trades please.



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  1978 Kawasaki KZ200 $2200 13711km
Posted by: eldridge - 06-04-2019, 06:21 PM - Forum: Bikes - No Replies

Sold

Sweet little retro bike. Very light and maneuverable, would be a great starter bike. Starts easily with electric starter or kickstarter. I bought this from an older guy who had done most of the work of cleaning it up nicely, it just wouldn't start. I replaced the points and spark plugs, unstuck the carb float, changed the oil and now it runs great. Newer battery always kept on a Battery Tender. Moving soon and don't have space for it.

See craigslist ad for pictures.
https://vancouver.craigslist.org/rds/mcy...60621.html

13711km

$2200 OBO

Sold

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  PAC Ride - Sasquatch Inn (Big Foot Cafe) Sat Jun 22, 2019
Posted by: Cableguy - 05-24-2019, 12:03 PM - Forum: PRS Ride Forum - Replies (3)

Date: Saturday Jun 22 Ride is A GO!  (Stay up to date on this post)
Weather Permitting.  Look for the GREEN message above.

Time: 11:00am, leaving 11:30am 
Meet: International Motorsports (9420 200A Street, Langley)

Destination: Sasquatch Inn (46001 Lougheed Hwy 604-796-2730) 

Approximate Ride Time: 1.5 hours + time for lunch.

Scenic Route Via Mission Back Roads: Route Map

Please familiarize yourself with the route!  (link above)

Come ride with your fellow PRS grads (and possibly some of the other PRS crew) for a nice easy cruise through the country side and stop for a nice lunch at the Big Foot Cafe (Harrison Mills). 

We will have a quick briefing on the route, rules of the ride, and let you form your riding groups.  Please bring lots of liquids and cash for lunch.

Because we need to inform the restaurant that we're coming, we need everyone to reply here or on the Facebook event so we can do a head count.

Please reply to this thread or Facebook Event so we can get a sense of numbers. 


** Please refrain from e-mailing or calling the PRS line for inquiries. Direct your questions via email to me, or via this forum. **

Thanks,
Brose

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  Throttle cutting
Posted by: andrewnguyen - 05-22-2019, 06:46 PM - Forum: Maintenance - Replies (1)

I was riding my 2008 gsxr 750 home from work and whenever I accelerated quickly, the throttle would cut briefly causing the bike to decelerate and then jerk while my hand was still on the throttle. Could this be a sensor issue?

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  Bike Stolen
Posted by: TomClark - 05-19-2019, 01:01 PM - Forum: General Chat - Replies (2)

Hi All,

I did the PRS thing back in like 2008 or something and haven't kept up on media or forums. Road and babied my bike everywhere and this weekend it got stolen from a Vancouver condo paring garage. Anybody sees a blue 2008 Yamaha FZ6. Has a back rack for luggage but without the luggage box, I'd love. to hear from you. Thanks, Tom[url=https://www.google.ca/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjXoLXfsKjiAhWLwlQKHQ_sB4oQjRx6BAgBEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cycleworld.com%2F2008-yamaha-fz6&psig=AOvVaw1P358kDU_DJq7ATALEwDCh&ust=1558382338673028][/url]


[Image: 2008_Yamaha_FZ_6.jpg?itok=sWoJPhaK]

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