Originally Posted by TommoRR
Great forum with lots of info. I just got a 13 granite grey and love it. I have already answered a lot of questions and have a few ideas of what i want to do to it from browsing around here.
First beemer and great to get back on a sportsbike after rolling a 1100 monster for a while.
Any1 from syd?
Welcome and congrats on the new bike, the beemer should be a little more exilarating than the monster
Originally Posted by ropey
Sydney boy here mate will have to hook up for a ride!
Originally Posted by MisterStrudel
Another Sydney boy here also. Let us know if you're keen to meet for a ride
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I live in Wollongong and im out on my bike every weekend, let me know if you guys wanna meet up over the weekend for a ride.
Originally Posted by Wolfgang
How are the roads down there in Aussie? What's the national speed limit if you don't mind me asking?
Is Cadel Evans popular in your country. Just wondering. I raced on his team, but I have no idea how popular cycling is in Australia. Never been there.
Cheers all...by the way, do you have the same noise restrictors on your bikes? I'm assuming they're identical to U.S. bikes, but I wonder if there are any differences at all?
Ride safe and have fun,
-->There are some spectacular roads for motorcycling here in Australia. And there is also plenty of roads that could be awesome if they re surfaced the road.
110 km/hr or 68 mph in most parts of the country. It use to be unlimited in outback Northern Territory but has been pinned to 130 km/hr
-->Cycling is quite popular here and can be a pain in the ass for motorists and other road users
-->Here is a cut & paste from the EPA stating the rules with db limits in NSW Australia --> For motorcycles built on or after 1 March 1984, and designed or manufactured for use on a road, the level is 94 decibels. The noise level for other motorcycles is 100 decibels.
Pretty sure my Fully Open Austin Racing System is about 115db....lol