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Old 01-05-2023, 02:53 PM   #211
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https://imgur.com/a/wtya3vA
Have followed instructions and put [IMG]https____________[/IMG] between the []s

Edit - just visited ImgBB and uploaded same image there - here is the link - https://ibb.co/tZ4LQgN
Now I will place it between those bracket sets...



again nothing ----


Aha - found manage your attachments rather than add attachment - Ooooops
Still do not know how to post an image that appears to fill window straight away...?
Sorry for repeated questions
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Old 01-10-2023, 02:52 PM   #212
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Question Where have the Stone Age bikes gone?

Where have all the pics of two wheeled shovelhead disasters gone – transported back to the stone-age. Had to go back to pages 9 and 11… Have you emptied your workshop? This is the modern way in Europe and UK...


Where have all the pics of two wheeled shovelhead disasters gone – transported back to the stone-age? Had to go back to pages 9 and 11… Have you emptied your workshop?

Rokytnji - The wallpaper signifies one can take a old 1950's motorcycle frame, install a new drivetrain, disc brakes, and end up with a fine machine.
http://www.imagebam.com/image/670db4350813038

What? – You end up with an evil handling, dangerous machine having no rear suspension with dubious front suspension without any shock damping. The weight of the engine coupled with huge torque and power to push this old frame design way beyond its limits. Disregarding rider comfort; the idea of an evil handling 130 mph street motorcycle without suspension beggars belief… the shocks and stresses increase exponentially with speed.

My Screenshot above shows a modern Brough Superior with four disc brakes, made in France.
https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...superior-ss100
The original Brough Superior SS100 made famous by T. E. Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, who bought one of the first SS100s in 1925 having previously owned three Brough SS80s. In 1928 Brough introduced rear suspension. The only dubious components were the Harley Davidson style forks unable to take an effective brake.

I doubt that you have read this book that Tony Foale asked me to proof read way back in 2000.
“Motorcycle Handling and Chassis Design” is written at a level to be comprehensible to the average reader but it is also sufficiently detailed to be of interest to students and engineers alike.
This book very quickly became considered as the standard reference text. It can be found on the book shelves of engineers in all or most of the motorcycle manufacturers. Race teams and ordinary enthusiasts refer to it regularly and it is used as a textbook for engineering courses.
https://motochassis.com/product/book...hassis-design/
 
  


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