Monday, 31 January 2011
Saturday, 29 January 2011
I have stumbled over these pictures of a great racing CR750 with mono shock – super cool! And it looks old, innovative back then!?
But I don’t know the background to these pictures? If any of you know more about Tony Foale Racing Developments please drop me an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
With regards, your editor.
I really appreciate your feedback and support. Thank you.
Friday, 28 January 2011
After having all kinds of trouble with TAS Classic Motorsports, I have reported their lack of professionalism to The Better Business Bureau. And so did others it seems?
Based on other cases the BBB gives TAS Classic Motorsports a reliability rate of C+ (On a scale from A+ to F). Not good!!!
Reasons for this rating include:
- BBB does not have sufficient information to determine how long this business has been operating.
- BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business.
On top of this BBB have reports on other cases concerning:
1) Non-delivery of products
2) Failure to honour promised refunds, exchanges, or credit
SEE MORE INFO ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:http://www.bbb.org/northernindiana/business-reviews/motorcycles-dealers/tas-classic-motorsports-in-wabash-in-90055887
Thursday, 27 January 2011
After 4½ month of struggle with TAS Classic Motorsport over parts that I have never received but paid for, I have finally reported TAS for fraud to the better business bureau of
If you have had similar troubles with this company please do the same by contacting the better business bureau on the following address:
BBB of Northern Indiana
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
The old lady is getting there…
This picture was taken during last weeks mark-up session. I am waiting for parts, and will soon start fitting the tank & seat, and get them into some cool paint. Deadline is 1. May and even though it starts to look like a bike there is still a long way to go… So I just have to push!
Follow the progress right here on Cling on for dear life.
With regards, your editor.
Wednesday, 19 January 2011
The long expected Falcon Motorcycle Online Shop finally opened yesterday!
Here you can buy stuff ranging from the diehard fan black on black Falcon Motorcycles T-shirt to velocity stacks, serigraphs, and hand painted replica falcon eggs & skulls! How cool is that???
Don’t let the international financial crisis scare you off! Go for broke and empty your bank accounts, spending your hard earned funds on Falcon motorcycle merchandise!
Christmas is not over yet!
Buy Buy Buy --- > http://shop.falconmotorcycles.com/
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
Saturday, 15 January 2011
First and foremost I would like to thank all of you people who have visited this Blog since it started in May 2010!
Since then 2600 people have visited Cling On For Dear Life, and for the past month the Blog have had 1300 visitors. By a quick calculation visitors count has gone up by 50% the past month!
For a non commercial Blog, I am very surprised and flattered by the interest that you ladies & gentlemen have given the blog. Thank you!
It has to be said that some of the traffic has to be explained by planbmotorcycles.blogspot.com/ joeking-speedshop.blogspot.com/ & cr750.blogspot.com/ mentioning Cling On For Dear Life on their blogs, and some of you visitors have even been so kind to link to this blog from forums.sohc4.net/ & honda305.com/ For this I would like to thank you.
On the other hand links from other sites normally give peeks in visitor counts, but you people have stayed tuned and continued to re-visit Cling On For Dear Life. Thank you very much for the interest and the almost 500 hits registered every week.
I will in the future do my best to keep the standard of this Blog high, and continue to take you CB750 fans very seriously.
Thank you to you all!
Jesper – Editor of Cling On For Dear Life.
Friday, 14 January 2011
Monday, 10 January 2011
The idea was that you could take your Honda CB450-750, and remove the front forks, and attach the rest of the motorcycle to the Unisport 2-person tandem tub, 2 wheel front.
Steering was done by steering wheel, and buttons on the steering wheel controlled 2 electric motors, on the tilting front suspension. In other words, you could make the 3-wheeled vehicle lean into turns.
The Unicar Corp was founded in the early 70s and lasted 2-3 years - impressive! As the legend goes, the body was designed by Bruce Meyers, the creator of the classic Meyer's Manx dune buggy, but I personally have no verification of this – it could be pure fiction?
Find more info on the Unisport here:
The front forks are now completely disassembled, and the lower legs are sent for buffing and powder coating.
New Hagon Progressive Springs will be ordered very soon. And to match the front end the rear will be fitted with Hagon 2810 adjustable shocks for a completely tuneable setup.
And do I need Race Tech Gold Valve Emulators and do a comprehensive overkill of it all?!? Only time will tell...
First time I saw We R Winning’s first trailer it was clear that I could completely relate to these guys.
We R Winning put it this way:
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