Friday, January 21, 2011

dedication run

Sunday, February 13 at 8:00am at Lords & Legends, Hutcison Park, AmanzimtotiBiker Blessing service, Commiting our lives and bikes into the Hands of God! All Welcome, Bring you bike along! Starting @ South Way mall, ending @ Lords & Legends

boksburgh

Sunday, January 30 at 7:30am at HartiesLeaving from the shop! Corner Northrand Road and Atlas Road, Boksburg 011 918 7777

Team sponsors

BadBoy Honda s proud to announce that PS Portable shade will be a major sponsor for 2011. These are the confirmed team sponsors for 2011.HondaBadBoy clothingBadBoy supplementsPirelliPowasolCustom truck sparesDirect equipment solutionsPortable shadeIsland tribeUshakaDebonairs3 cities hotelsTalon sprocketsRed BullWe are still concluding deals with helmet sponsors, chain sponsors, exhaust sponsors and a few others, which will be announced soon.

PURE VENOM "STIEK YT" RALLY

PURE VENOM "STIEK YT" RALLYEntry Fee R140.00, Pre Entry R120,Location: PALMIET CARAVAN PARK ,, KLEINMOND.Time: 12:00PM Friday, January 28th..

Michelle Brink's 40th Birthday party

Time Saturday, February 5 · 7:00pm - 10:00pmLocation Thumpers Clubhouse, Durban Wanderers, Montclair, Durban

Bikeshop Boksburg's Photos - Wall Photos

Bikeshop Boksburg's Photos - Wall Photos

Loskop Rally's Photos - Pre-entry form

Loskop Rally's Photos - Pre-entry form

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Randburg Motorcycles's Photos - Ads

why

People ask us why we ride a motorcycle. For those who have experienced the joy, no explanation is necessary; for those who have not, no explanation is possible.

cops

Cops pulling over mostly trucks and taxi's on M19, just before Blair Atholl offramp going towards Pinetown.

BIG Birthday Party for Leon & Riki

Riki and Loen will be celebrating their bithdays together this year.Need I say more ! Let's P A R T Y - HELL YEAH !!!NO! ENTRY FEEDJ and a Lekker Dance FloorCash Bar and lots of " SPECIALS" all Night5 Pool TablesDart BoardsBraai Area - Naughty Boyz MC will make sure there's Meat to EatRULES : NO LIMITING AND NO UNDER 18'S !DIRECTIONS:Down Blouwberg Boulevard towards Beach, Right opposite Maniac's Bike Shop into Jansens Street, Right at Stop into Merlot (see shop centre right), Left info Parking area Shop ... and then we Party !

CMA Poker Run 06/02/2010

CMA are doing a Poker Run on the 6th of February. Cost R100 (incl metal badge & lunch) and starts at CMA Bikers Church in Midrand 8am. Spot Prizes. Lucky Draw. Trophy for Biggest Club. Proceeds goes to the struggling churches that the CMA help out - which is a great cause to support!!

SCATTERED LINKS DAY JOLS

SCATTERED LINKS DAY JOLSaturday, March 5 at 12:00pm at Paarl De Villle R312 (Between Durbanville & Wellington)VENUE: Paarl De Ville; R312 (Between Durbanville & Wellington) DATE: 05 March 2011 TIME: 12h00 to 22h00 FEE: R40 includes metal badge Novelty & Food Stalls Rock Music through-out the day Games & Lucky Draws Cash Bar

An In-Line 6 for BMW

An In-Line 6 for BMW: "

Since BMW presented the concept study Concept 6 in autumn 2009, the six-cylinder in-line engine has captured the imagination of many BMW motorcycle fans. Some new BMW motorcycles will have six-cylinder in-line engines. The BMW K 1600 GT and the BMW K 1600 GTL will have the long awaited six-cylinder in-line engine. These motorcycles present a whole new dimension in touring motorcycles. The K 1600 GT and the BMW K 1600 GTL stand out and are impressive with a their distinctive appearance and features.

Comments from the Bmwblog.com have been positive. Giom posted 'These guys just never stand still! New and exciting stuff all the time – and this news really is exciting! With their S1000RR making inroads at WSB events, it will only change the old perception of their touring bikes too. And, that is not a bad thing:)', While Shawn wrote 'This is great news – the engine is a marvel of engineering, incredibly compact.' and Banzai Ellinor entry was 'The 1600 GTL looks to be a great bike, with allot of great technology...”

An overview of highlights of the BMW K 1600 GT and K 1600 GTL

* Supreme in-line 6-cylinder engine with a high level of pulling power, especially in the lower and medium engine speed range.
* The lightest and most compact 6-cylinder in-line engine in serial motorcycle production weighing just 102.6 kg and measuring 560 mm in width.
* Engine output 118 kW (160 bhp) at approx. 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of approx 175 Nm at approx. 5000 rpm.
* Over 70% of maximum torque available from 1500 rpm.
* Consistent lightweight construction throughout the entire vehicle (magnesium front panel carrier, aluminum rear frame, crankshaft etc.).
* E-Throttle: fully electronic relay between accelerator grip and throttle valve.
* Three drive modes to choose from ('Rain', 'Road', and “Dynamic')
* Traction control DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) for maximum safety when accelerating (optional extra).
* Chassis with Duolever and Paralever and ideal mass concentration for dynamic riding properties combined with optimum comfort.
* Electronic Suspension Adjustment ESA II for optimum adaptation to all uses and load states (optional extra).
* World premiere for a motorcycle: Adaptive Headlight (optional extra) in conjunction with standard xenon headlamp and lighting rings for increased safety at night.
* Integrated operating concept for the first time with Multi-Controller, TFT color screen and menu guidance.
* Audio system with preparation for navigation device and controllable interface for iPod, MP3, USB, Bluetooth and satellite radio (only USA and Canada) (standard in the K 1600 GTL).
* Innovative design with outstanding wind and weather protection.
* K 1600 GTL with very comfortable, relaxed ergonomics set-up for long trips with pillion passenger as well as luxury touring features.

Review these videos and see for yourself how this new class of touring motorcyles will be the new benchmark in the touring class of motorcycles.`

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Going Native » Blog Archive » The N2 road through Port Elizabeth is becoming a killer!

Going Native » Blog Archive » The N2 road through Port Elizabeth is becoming a killer!:

"The death by accident of a motor cyclist and a pedestrian on the N2 road, west of the city of Port Elizabeth early Monday was tragic, without doubt.

Sadly yet again, two more families of the victims are now grieving the loss of their loved ones due to yet another road traffic accident that could be argued to have been preventable.

I raise the issue out of sympathy for the victims collectively, but also due to growing resentment, anger and frustration that two more lives were lost on a stretch piece of road running through the city and which has for sometime now increasingly proved to be extremely dangerous.

Markings on the road surface in the area left by crashed and overturned vehicles over the last few months are a clear visible and unmistakable indicator that the stretch piece of the N2 bypass road between the Korsten and the William Moffett Expressway off-ramps – a road length of about 5km – is proving extremely dangerous at all times of the day.

One could actually argue that the entire N2 road from the east of the Coega deep water port, through the city outskirts to Van Staadens Bridge in the south-west, is equally dangerous.

But some areas are far more dangerous than others. Naturally, there must be numerous reasons why the part of the road nearest the city and suburbs – and specifically the stretch piece of road discussed here - is increasingly becoming notorious for fatal accidents that now seem to occur just about every other week.

However, as someone who uses that part of the road two to three times on any given day, one of the major challenges facing both motorists and traffic authorities, as well the Metro community in general; is the increasing use of this stretch piece of an always busy road by pedestrians who are either travelling somewhere into the city, or hitch-hiking by the roadside.

But also, increasingly; a growing number of pedestrians jaywalk the N2 in this area – where vehicle speeds average anything up to 120km/h or more – with obvious lack of appreciation of the danger they put themselves and the motoring public in. For all intents purposes, there are overhead bridges in the area positioned at regular intervals all the way from the Uitenhage Road/N2 intersection through to the Cape Road/N2 interchange.

However, it seems – through regular observation – some people prefer to walk the length of the N2 road past Cotswold rather cross it at the allocated bridges (as shown in one of the pictures here). This then places everyone in danger, and clearly now requiring focus and attention.

Hitch-hiking is also seemingly popular on this part of the road, yet it is specifically prohibited on the N2 within the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan area and there are road signs that clearly warn people to this effect. Yet, just about everyday there are people waving frantically, wands of R100, R50 and R20 notes at passing motorists in an apparent desperate attempt to hitch a ride.

ROAD SAFETY IS OUR COLLECTIVE CONCERN.

Public safety is a collective responsibility of all members of society and to that end, it is as much for road traffic authorities as it is for communities in the Nelson Mandela metro area to start acting in the public interest by reminding pedestrians of their obligation to safeguard public roads by not utilising areas of roads in a manner that places everyone in danger.

But, insofar as this specific stretch piece of road, I’d urge for additional specific measures among which should be increased road signage that clearly warns vehicle drivers of their high susceptibility to danger in this area. Indeed, even the regulated speed limit – currently permitted at 120km/h – might need to be reviewed down to between 80-100km/h.

As it is often always argued, road accidents are preventable and the process can’t be limited to punitive measures (as is often the tendency here) but must surely include preventive measures such as ongoing community education on vehicle roads utilisation as well as meaningful road signage that keeps up with road utilisation developments as the city grows.

That N2 stretch piece of road between the Korsten/Gelvandale off-ramps and the William Moffett Expressway turn-off towards the N2/Cape Road interchange needs urgent attention before more lives – both pedestrian and motorists – are lost!

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S Ndebele welcomes fine imposed on motorcyclist (English)

S Ndebele welcomes fine imposed on motorcyclist (English): "Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has welcomed the R18 000 fine imposed on a motorcyclist, who was arrested for travelling at 232 kilometres per hour in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, 12 December 2009.

The 33 year old motorcyclist from Umbilo in Durban was travelling on the N2 near Scottburgh when he was arrested and released on R3 000 bail. He appeared in the Scottburgh magistrates court earlier today, Monday, 14 December 2009 and was fined R18 000.

“We welcome the sentence imposed on this homicidal speedster and hope that this will send a clear message to other motorists that if your commit any traffic offence you will be caught and will face the full might of the law.

“People who are convicted of such dangerous speeds should face automatic forfeiture of their driving licences. It is for this reason that as of next year, we will introduce the administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) which will involve changing the life time right of having a driving licence to a privilege which drivers must earn by remaining within the law.

“Since 1 December, more than 1 500 drunk drivers have been arrested around the country. Approximately 500 drunk drivers have been arrested in the Eastern Cape alone. In KwaZulu-Natal close to 250 drunk drivers have been arrested; traffic volumes on the country’s roads are expected to increase this week and law enforcement officers will be out in full force to ensure zero tolerance for all traffic offences.

“Safety on the roads is everybody’s responsibility. We cannot continue treating road deaths as normal when we are facing death by human error, death through carelessness, death through drunkenness, death through speeding. All of which can be stopped. Almost all deaths on the road can be avoided because 90% of crashes are caused by human error,” Minister Ndebele said.

All road users are encouraged to report bad driving on 0861 400 800.

Enquiries:
Logan Maistry
Cell: 083 644 4050

Issued by: Department of Transport
14 December 2009

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Biker delivers travel memoir - Local - Mansfield and Ashfield Chad

Biker delivers travel memoir - Local - Mansfield and Ashfield Chad:

"A WARSOP man who made an incredible 20,000 mile journey from Australia to England on a moped has penned a travel memoir documenting the once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Thirty-year-old Nathan Millward biked across three continents during an action-packed eight months on the road before arriving back in his hometown of Warsop in July 2009.

His only companion on the madcap journey was ‘Dorothy’, his trusty 105cc scooter with an extra petrol tank - usually used by Australian postmen to deliver letters.

After making it all the way home on the semi-automatic scooter, Nathan was offered a book deal by an Australian publisher to recall the full tale of his intrepid journey.

“I was very grateful to be able to write a book about the trip, it was originally meant to take four months but with all the drafts it took a year - which was longer than the actual journey,” he said.

“The writing experience made me question why I did the trip in the first place and why I kept going when I felt like giving up.

“I’m aware that people will want to read a travelogue of a journey on a postie bike from London to Sydney, but it is partly autobiographical as well and there is a deeper element to it.

“The book writing process gave me a new perspective on the trip, I think of it differently now.

“The feedback from my editor was quite brutal and cutting and made me think of what sort of book I wanted to write.

“I ended up cutting the word count by around 10,000 but I think it is stronger, more concise read because of it.

“You become quite sensitive when other people are reading your work and it made me think what people would think, but I decided in the end to write it for myself and hope others like it.”

The journey came about after Nathan’s Australian visa ran out and he was forced to leave the country with only days to arrange his adventure.

The former Meden School pupul ventured through 18 countries, was hit by a bus in Indonesia, transported in Malaysian vegetable boats and almost froze to death climbing the 5,300-metre roads over the Himalayas into India and Pakistan.

The nail-biting final push took Nathan through Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Europe to the Dover finish line at speeds never more than 35mph.

The book, Going Postal, will only be published in Australia to begin with and Nathan is returning ‘Down Under’ next week to publicise its 1st February release.

“I’m hoping to take Dorothy back with me as well, I think it will help sell the book, hopefully if it sells well we can get an English or American distributor and it will be available over here.”

l To get a copy of Going Postal visit www.thepostman.org.uk

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Harley-Davidson Rents Its Brand

Harley-Davidson Rents Its Brand: "Sure, everyone wants to ride a Harley-Davidson, but let's be honest. With near 10% unemployment and employees taking pay cuts just to keep their jobs, who can afford it? So why bother with the upkeep and the winterizing and the inclement weather? Just be a biker when it fits into your schedule!

Harley announced this week that it's expanding its Fly-and-Ride program for Harley Owners Group (HOG) members. The expansion will bring the program from just 37 participating locations to over 300, with about a quarter of all 1,300 dealerships joining in. Through the Fly-and-Ride programs, HOG members can also avail themselves of travel planning and other services.

Harley makes a point to call attention to the HOG member-focused 'Fly-and-Ride' portion of its rental business expansion, wisely positioning it as a program for riders who already own a Harley. As the brand notes in the 'few reasons to rent a Harley' section of its website:

* You're on vacation, ready to cruise along the ocean, wind through the mountains or zip across the desert
* You want to try another bike (or two) before you buy
* Your bike is being serviced and you can't wait to ride
* You're traveling on business and want to blow away the boredom

But it's obvious that the 'fly' segment of the program is not a requirement. Fly-and-ride may offer extra perks for HOG members, but its growth goes hand in hand with the expansion of Harley's overall rental business, which caters to non-HOG overseas tourists as well as domestic ones.

Just how affordable has Harley made it to become a biker? We went through the process of booking a bike (nearly identical to renting a car) from Ventura Harley in Camarillo, CA for a three-day weekend. Total cost for three days on a luxurious 2010 Street Glide? $313.92 That price tag is far more attractive for those who want Harley posturing but cannot afford to go, well, whole hog by splurging on a bike that starts at $18,999.

Harley-Davidson certainly wouldn't make the comparison, but with the expansion of this program the brand joins programs like Bag, Borrow or Steal (now called Avelle). Having received its big break in the film Sex and the City, Avelle has expanded from renting just bags to also renting designer, watches, sunglasses and jewelry. For the fraction of the astronomical cost of ownership, consumers can strut down the street in Chanel. Or, you know, get on the back of your husband's full dress 2010 Road King Classic.

The program will certainly only get more popular but one has to wonder if it will maybe cannibalize Harley's sales business? Even more worrying: if the program becomes too popular, what will die-hard Harley owners and champions think about the brand as they increasingly encounter 'wannabes' showing off their rented cred?

Then again, the program could create new customers for the brand as those who have rented Harleys become so enamored with the experience that they decide to buy.

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BCLocalNews.com - 'Biker granny' born to ride

BCLocalNews.com - 'Biker granny' born to ride:

"To her grandchildren, she’s ‘biker granny.’ To her motorcycle group, she’s just another one of the guys.

But to some women who are unsure about jumping on a bike, Joni Miles could be called an inspiration.

The White Rock resident said she bought her first motorcycle four years ago after divorcing her husband of 30 years who wasn’t keen on her desire to ride. She was 68 years old.

“It did (scare me) in a way, but I was determined to do it,” Miles said. “It’s in my blood.”

Her interest may have been sparked by her parents early on – very early on. Her father had a Birmingham Small Arms motorcycle; her pregnant mother would ride in the sidecar. Or it could’ve started with the first ride she remembers, with one of her first boyfriends – a 24-year-old who had moved from Scotland and was 10 years her senior.

Exactly when her yearning began doesn’t really matter; Miles just knows it has been present most her life.

“If we were riding in the car and a bunch of motorcycles would go by, it would just give me goose pimples,” she said.

Unbeknownst to her husband at the time, Miles took a motorcycle course while in her 30s, but she was sick the day of the program’s final test and never received her licence.

When looking to buy her first motorcycle four years ago, Miles searched for the same model she had trained on three decades earlier – which was smaller than most, allowing her feet to touch the ground – and found one secondhand in Vancouver.

“I didn’t have any money so I put it on my credit card. Then, of course, I didn’t have a licence and couldn’t ride it anyways,” she said, noting her son-in-law rode the Yamaha Virago 250 home for her.

Miles began practising by sitting on the bike at the top of her driveway and coasting down the small slope with the engine off.

“Finally I got brave enough to start the engine.”

She then rode around the neighbourhood with her feet near the ground, as she was too nervous to bring them up.

Miles had been teaching herself for two years on a learner’s licence when she was introduced to the co-founder of the Over 60 Riders Club, Art Carrington, who encouraged her to join the 30-person group on an outing. She has been the club’s sole female member ever since, and now meets her fellow riders weekly for breakfast and a day trip to various destinations around the Fraser Valley.

“I learned a lot from riding with them,” she said, noting they are like big brothers to her.

Miles went on to earn her full licence two years ago, after taking a ladies-only course that taught her new skills and corrected bad habits.

Since first delving into the industry, she has owned a number of motorcycles, and plans to look for a replacement for her current Honda 500 at the upcoming Vancouver Motorcycle Show, where she will be on a panel of female presenters.

It will be the fourth time she has participated in She Rides Night, an evening catered to women, Jan. 22 starting at 5 p.m. at the Tradex Centre in Abbotsford. Miles’ seminar is to focus on the theme ‘Stop Saying Some Day and Get Going Today,’ with an aim to encourage women to give motorcycles a try.

“I’m living proof that it’s never too late,” she said. “If it’s just fear that’s stopping them… once you get used to it, it’s no different than driving a car.”

The Vancouver Motorcycle Show will be held Jan. 20 to 23. Admission is $13 for adults; $8 for youth (six to 15); free for children (under six). For more info, visit www.vancouvermotorcycleshow.com

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Biker clocked at 240km/h in 100 zone - Local News - News - General - Melton Weekly

Biker clocked at 240km/h in 100 zone - Local News - News - General - Melton Weekly:

"MELTON police have caught one of their worst-ever speeders, a motorcyclist doing 240km/h in a 100km/h zone.

Police said they were unable to intercept the rider in Truganina due to the high speed but later discovered a crashed bike and caught the man running from the scene.

A 22-year-old Mt Cottrell man will attend Bacchus Marsh Magistrates Court at a later date on a range of dangerous driving charges.

He is also charged with stealing the motorcycle.

Melton highway patrol's Leading Senior Constable Allan Edwards said it was among the highest speeds detected in the local area.

He said while it was a reasonably quiet festive period with most motorists behaving themselves, not everyone followed the rules.

'There's always going to a be percentage that will not take notice of the warnings and will do the wrong thing. But people will be caught.'

Speeding motorists continue to be a problem on Melton roads, with such crimes often linked to other driving offences.

A 20-year-old Coburg man was caught travelling 78km/h in a 60km/h zone in Hillside on January 2.

When pulled over by police he gave a false name and was discovered to be driving an unregistered vehicle while on a disqualified licence.

On January 11, a 33-year-old Bacchus Marsh man was pulled over by police on the Western Highway after being observed tailgating and cutting off other vehicles. He returned a positive result .080 blood-alcohol reading in a breath test.

He will face charges of exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol and other traffic offences at Bacchus Marsh Magistrates Court at a later date.

A 34-year-old driver was detected with a blood-alcohol reading of .085 at a random breath test station in Diggers Rest on January 2.

The Sunbury man's licence was cancelled for six months and he was fined $358.

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Biker clocked at 240km/h in 100 zone - Local News - News - General - Melton Weekly

Biker clocked at 240km/h in 100 zone - Local News - News - General - Melton Weekly:

"MELTON police have caught one of their worst-ever speeders, a motorcyclist doing 240km/h in a 100km/h zone.

Police said they were unable to intercept the rider in Truganina due to the high speed but later discovered a crashed bike and caught the man running from the scene.

A 22-year-old Mt Cottrell man will attend Bacchus Marsh Magistrates Court at a later date on a range of dangerous driving charges.

He is also charged with stealing the motorcycle.

Melton highway patrol's Leading Senior Constable Allan Edwards said it was among the highest speeds detected in the local area.

He said while it was a reasonably quiet festive period with most motorists behaving themselves, not everyone followed the rules.

'There's always going to a be percentage that will not take notice of the warnings and will do the wrong thing. But people will be caught.'

Speeding motorists continue to be a problem on Melton roads, with such crimes often linked to other driving offences.

A 20-year-old Coburg man was caught travelling 78km/h in a 60km/h zone in Hillside on January 2.

When pulled over by police he gave a false name and was discovered to be driving an unregistered vehicle while on a disqualified licence.

On January 11, a 33-year-old Bacchus Marsh man was pulled over by police on the Western Highway after being observed tailgating and cutting off other vehicles. He returned a positive result .080 blood-alcohol reading in a breath test.

He will face charges of exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol and other traffic offences at Bacchus Marsh Magistrates Court at a later date.

A 34-year-old driver was detected with a blood-alcohol reading of .085 at a random breath test station in Diggers Rest on January 2.

The Sunbury man's licence was cancelled for six months and he was fined $358.

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Support builds for targeting discrimination against bikers | Political Buzz

Support builds for targeting discrimination against bikers | Political Buzz:

"Motorcyclists descended on Olympia last year, complaining that police pull them over and search them for no reason except for their choice of clothing and vehicles.

It's profiling, they say. So Kirby modeled his bill on one that cracked down on racial profiling. It requires police departments to have policies and training in place to prevent discrimination.

A similar bill last year passed 96-2 in the House, only to die in the Senate. But this year it has a companion bill in the Senate supported by Sen. Jim Hargrove, so it could have a better chance. Kirby said the Senate bill is the version he expects to move forward.

Police groups say it's unnecessary and police don't target motorcycles. Kirby acknowledges the problem is not widespread, but it happens in some areas, he says.

'It's just like racial profiling was in its day,' Kirby said. 'It wasn't all police and it wasn't everywhere.'

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Monday, January 17, 2011

S-s-sexy - the snake is back! - Industry News - IOL | Breaking News | South Africa News | World News | Sport | Business | Entertainment | IOL.co.za



S-s-sexy - the snake is back! - Industry News - IOL | Breaking News | South Africa News | World News | Sport | Business | Entertainment | IOL.co.za: "The snake is back - and it's going to slinkier than ever! Main man at Dodge Ralph Gilles says the born-again 2013 Viper will be “drop-dead beautiful”, its look inspired by “a naked woman on the beach”.

The multi-talented Gilles is also Chrysler's head of design; speaking at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit, he made the point that the Viper has old-fashioned, classic sports-car proportions.

“Where the cabin is, relative to the wheels, is unique. The Viper cabin is very rearward and the hood is very long. Few cars in the industry are designed with those proportions anymore.”

Dodge needs a seriously sexy flagship car; only 392 Vipers were sold in 2010, the last production year of the original series. But Gilles says it will still be all-American; it won't be based on the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione, as some sources suggested, and it won't have a Ferrari engine.

It's more likely to have a tweaked version of the previous 8.4-litre, 450kW+ V10.

Nevertheless, Gilles is happy to take advantage of ltalian expertise in handling and road-holding.

“Fiat has an awesome ability to tune cars. I want the new Viper to be a more forgiving car to drive and accessible to more people. We've never had stability control on a high-performance car, which is about to happen on the new car.”

Expect to see the world premiere of the 2013 Dodge Viper sometime in 2012.

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Myttoos Tattoos & Piercings's Photos - Wall Photos

Myttoos Tattoos & Piercings's

pirates 2010

 

Panther Witbank 1st Day Jol

 

Poison Rally 2010

 

Join us for our Oil evening

 

PURE VENOM "STIEK YT" RALLY

Entry Fee R140.00, Pre Entry R120,
Location: PALMIET CARAVAN PARK ,, KLEINMOND.
Time: 12:00PM Friday, January 28th..

Sunset cruise - Cape Town

Sunset Ride for 19 Januarie 2011,we all meet at D'WATERGAT 6:00pm leaving 6:30,our route will take us past the cable car in the direction of Devills Peak where we will stop for a smoke brake.Then on our way to Signal Hill to watch the sun set.At Signal Hill refeshments will be served all drinks at R10-00(Beers,Ciders and Cold Drinks Coke and Fanta).After Sun set we will meet up at D'Watergat food available will be a lamb potjie served with rice and vegatables.Lucky draw will also take place .Like to see you there.
This is not organized by anybike club , but bikers, motorcyclist on bikes
ALL WELCOME

GEST HASTINGS MCC

Just to remind you al the the EGM on the 16th has been Postponed until the 30th of january, please let everyone know that may be attending

LIMITED EDITION MCC CHARITY

We will be off to van Ryhnsdorp with the FREEWAY SAINTS on a charity runn.Any donations are welcome, we need food,clothing,etc to give to the poor in the town.Fish,onions etc. for pickled fish,sweets,cooldrink,flour etc. for hot cross bunns,to feed the people on the day.
For more info 082 879 7060 Alfred