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    Christ, that was a lifetime ago ..... i remember i broke my fingers doing the same at your next house again with Rachie on my back and forgot to get them out of the way before the bottom of the stairs

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    Looks although yíall had plenty of fun. The crash barrier is comical lol


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    Iíve enjoyed riding since passing my test, although itís only been for an hour at most each time. Looking forward to my first real ride out on the Ďgoodí roads.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hotashes View Post
    On a serious note, Iím back to finalising which tracker to have installed on my bike. Iím looking for something that runs independently from its own battery and not the bike, something I can turn off journey/speed logging. Something discreet, also have the ability for it to alert the boys on blue if itís moved WITHOUT my consent, usually via a call centre.

    Iíve looked at the Biketrac and been quotes £360 inc fitting.

    Any other input?


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    Biketrac is excellent. It came installed on my MV so I registered add my details etc was a really simple process. So far been really pleased with it. Not tested in anger yet. £10 pcm.

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