- 3 Mar 2005
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Is it windy where you are today? 18mph here. I was going to get the Triton out.. but I fear it may blow away!
being in swindon is bad enough but in an office and in swindonLyNx":3jyl8q4t said:no wind and sunny in swindon BUT i'm stuck in the office and that makes it worse
I did mean the Triton Workstation :wink:DaveL":2p5aie0h said:For Sudbury from uk.weather.com: Wind From the Northwest at 24 gusting to 39 mph, I am wining so far.......
I now own a triton router, but seeing your comment brings out the old british biker in me. I never had a Triton of my own but the last one I rode had a 750 Triumph engine with twin SU carbs in a Norton wideline frame, 18 mph wind, nothing compared to the the ton plus in the other direction! :roll:
Why is it that British bikers had this urge to pull bikes apart then create (in some cases) Frankensteinian combinations - NorBSA, TriBSA, Triton, REBSA (Royal Enfield - yuk!), etc not to mention what some of the continentals could do (remember Fritz Eglis Vincents?). Personally I still have a soft spot for the only British bike ever to have a long enough seat for three men and a dog - the Velo Venom - not as fast as some of the fire engines I had subsequently, but speed isn't everything when giving your mates a lift back from the pub, or is it? :twisted: Happy days.DaveL":2ea33e9c said:I now own a triton router, but seeing your comment brings out the old british biker in me.
Scrit":m4ksw7qe said:Well maybe not the dog, but certainly three of us on more than one occasion!