67 B44 first ride

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67 B44 first ride

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSldvqZUsZw

Hello all,
Finally got the bike finished and took it for a run round a local track. Front suspension bottoms out very easily. Would like to find out how these forks can be improved as I don't want to fit betor/ ceriani type.
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Looks a good Classic practice track were is it and can anyone use it ? like the bike :thumb
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What a proper noise! :grin:
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Thanks lads.
The track is in Fife. It is a bit ripped up at parts giving the old BSA suspension a hard time. That part shown on the video is about the best section.
Cheers
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Looks and sounds excellent Neil.
From your riding position ..... maybe a taller set of bars would help. I have been struggling to find anything taller than 6"1/2
To make my CCM right, a set about 7"1/2 - 8" would be perfect. Just like the originals.
All we need is someone to make some.
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