Friday, January 28, 2011

for sale

1990 Suzuki GSXR1100L
Serviced. Carbs balanced. New Pilot Power front and rear Tires.
Original colour, after market steering damper.
R23000.00 ono
Contact Emmer 0760557237

Monday, January 24, 2011

dedication run

DEDICATION RUN - 13 FEBRUARY 2011 . . . All Bikes WELCOME - Superbikes, Cruisers, Off Roads, Quad Bikes, Scooters . . . Guest Speaker - IVOR TEMLET . . . Entry Fee R 65 ( includes metal or cloth badge & breakfast ) @ Family Church then Mass ride to Jubilee Hotel Burgersdorp for Breakfast . . . Bring your Wife & Kids !!

Please distribute! Many Thanks!

MONEY MASS RIDE FOR THOMAS GAY - 29 JANUARY 2011Justin & Nicolene's 3 Year old Son (He was diagnosed with cancer) - Naughty Boyz MCC The mass ride will start @ 13h00 at N1 City McDonalds to Handle Bars in Brackenfell. Our goal is to raise money for Thomas's medical bill's, etc....

Sunday 23 January Breakfast Run

Due to the rain last Sunday please join us this coming Sunday, the 23rd January for a scenic ride through the countryside to Villa Paradiso in the Hartebeespoort dam area for 2011, where a buffet breakfast will be available at R60.00 per person.Please meet at the dealership at 08h00 for coffee and the safety briefing and an 08h30 departure.Look forward to seeing you all there


CMA GPS poker run6 February 2011 08H00Biker church Midrand.Cost R100 person includes badge and lunch.Tickets at the gate or contact me to bring tickets to you.BlessingsFreddy 0824463001


Bad news for speedsters - News - IOL

Speedsters beware. Big Brother is watching you on certain parts of KwaZulu-Natal’s national highways, recording and analysing your speed.The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport Road Traffic Inspectorate has become the pioneer for Average Speed Enforcement in South Africa.The project has been sanctioned by both the Technical Committee for Speed Prosecutions and the KwaZulu-Natal Director of Public Prosecutions’ Office (KZN DPP).The project was piloted first on the N3 between Nottingham Road interchange and Balgowan interchange last year and has since expanded to between Durban and Pietermaritzburg on the N3 and at a section on the N2 near Mtubatuba.Kwanele Ncalane, spokesman for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport, said the objective of the project was to reduce the high accident rate and the number of speedsters on the road and to create awareness in motorists to abide by the speed limit.The project is designed around the “time over distance” principle, where your speed is equal to the distance covered divided by the time taken to travel that distance.Ncalane said an average speed section was selected and its distance accurately measured by an accredited laboratory. “A camera is then placed at both the beginning and at the end of this section. These cameras capture all vehicle number plates passing through the section and a GPS time stamp is attached to each image. The number plates are then matched using a number plate recognition system, and the average vehicle speeds are calculated. Violations are then transferred in their encrypted format to the relevant prosecuting authority,” said Ncalane.He said the recorded number plates would also be stored in a comprehensive database and used for comparisons against stolen vehicle records and outstanding fine records.Ncalane said the system seemed to be working well, with the latest project rolled out just before the December holidays.“In a few weeks we will be assessing the situation to see if it has been really successful. If that is the case, this will become the norm on most of our roads. We are working closely with our legal eagles to make sure there is no loophole for motorists to buck the system,” he said.He said they had decided to implement the system because many motorists had become accustomed to the old cameras in fixed positions.Some have questioned the legality of the system.“One would not have the opportunity to check the legitimacy of the equipment recording nor check the training of the officials who presumably would have to be listed in a summons and how the distance between the two measuring points was determined,” said attorney Shane Maharaj. “In a marginal case such as 111km/h average over a 100km/h posted limit this could be critical.“ - Sunday Tribune

Throttler Motorcycle Mag's Photos - J&P Cycles Open House w/ Throttler Motorcycle Magazine

Amberlight Motorcycle-cafe's Photos - Ducati

Bad Girls's Photos


For some there's therapy; for the rest of us there's motorcycles.

Mein Hobby und Ich

fallen riders

Mickey Bergin has kindly made and donated a model of a Honda Fireblade, it is for auction on e-bay and all proceeds go to Fallen Bikers in aid of Darren Russell x

Midrand Bikers's Photos - Bike Wash - January 23, 2011


Braai/Twisties en Krokedil Run


Spioenkop Ride Jan 2011

Bad Girls's Photos - Wall Photos

Calabogie 2010 Part 2

EasyRider Bike Tour.. 1/22/11

Bikers Church Richards Bay Morning Service

annies bar

Annie's Bar 17 Currie Str Quigney East LondonTime: 6:30PM Friday, January 28th

Cimarron Weekend Fest 2010 (1)

Garys 50 th Birthday Bash

no rules

NoRules Mcc Gauteng-NorthWhen it comes to lifeWe're all just passing throughSo you might as well enjoy the rideSo what others measure In dollars and centsBikers measure in speed . . .

german shepards

Kusa Registered German sherperd Puppy’s 6 Males and 2 Females black and tan ( Micro chipped ). Will be ready to go to their new homes at the end of January 2011 all vaccinations and deworming done, to approved homes only. Parents can be viewed by appointment. Price R4000.00 please contact Sam 072 22 863 22 or (012)669 3032

Debbie Thompson's Photos - My First Long Ride

South Side Riders, Tribal Legents, ADR4JESUS breakfast run