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32 years old
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August 19, 1981
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Wakefield, West Yorkshire
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Riding and fiddling..... with bikes that is ;)
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Husaberg FE501

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  1. HASP Trading - Bike Gear For Sale

    11 March 2014 - 09:50 PM

    After allowance from the Mods, here is my first listing of bike gear / bike related gear that I have for sale through my business; HASP Trading Ltd.

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    Oxford First 1st Time Sports Pair Panniers Motorbike Motorcycle Luggage 48 Litre - BRAND NEW

    PRICE: £39.95 + postage

    Pair Of Lightweight 48 Ltr Through Over Expanding Panniers By Oxford With Multi Point Fixing Velcro Straps Also Comes With 3 Elasticated Bungee's .

    Inner Non Slip Heavy Duty Panel @ Rear Of Panniers .

    10" Wide When Expanded 7" When Closed . 16" Long .11" Tall.

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    RED ROUTE RED006 KEVLAR LINED WOMENS MOTORCYCLE JEAN BLUE DENIM - SIZE 8 REG LEG - BRAND NEW WITH TAGS

    PRICE: £64.99 + postage (RRP £119.99)

    The Red Route 006 Ultimate Rider Denim Jean is a stylish yet functional denim jean

    Tailored for ultimate comfort and versatility within a highly detailed modern cut.

    Adjustable zipped ankles with stretch panelling at the rear and above the knees ensures maximum rider flexibility.

    Finished with Kevlar lining at all the major impact points.

    Inner removable CE approved shock armour at the knees.

    Short connecting zip at the rear comes as standard

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    Proskins MOTO All Seasons 1 piece Suit one piece - Compression - BRAND NEW & BOXED

    PRICE: £44.99 + postage

    SIZES: XS & XL

    Garments are temperature regulating, using micro encapsulation to independently map body temperature and regulate to 37C, the optimum body temperature for performance and comfort.

    Garments are treated with silver, an anti-bacterial treatment for extended wear and improved garment lifetime by inhibiting the growth of odour causing bacteria.

    Moisture management takes moisture from the skin to keep the body dry even in the most extreme conditions. ProSkins removes moisture using technical yarns rather than fabric finishes for complete moisture removal.

    Keeps you cool in the summer and warmer in the winter.

    ProSkins sports clothing uses high-technology fabric to improve moisture removal during exercise, maximises muscle efficiency and minimise recovery time.

    Brand New & Boxed.

    Wicking Base Layer

    • Keeps your body warm and temperature controlled for comfort

    • Wicks sweat away from the body keeping you dry

    • Compression fit improves muscle performance and reduces fatigue

    • Reduces the build up of lactic acid reducing muscle stiffness

    Pro Skins Size Chart:

    Size XS S M L XL

    Chest 36" 38" 40" 42" 44 - 46"

    Waist 28 30" 32" 36" 38"

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    PROSKINS UNISEX COOLING MOISTURE WICKING COMPRESSION LONG SLEEVE TOP - BRAND NEW & BOXED

    PRICE: £22.99 + postage

    SIZE: XL

    ProSkins sports clothing uses high-technology fabric to improve moisture removal during exercise, maximises muscle efficiency and minimise recovery time.

    Skin-contour moulding gives the very best body/clothing interface ensuring sweat evaporates at maximum speed.

    Good moisture removal keeps your body temperature at optimum levels to maintain concentration and competitive edge.

    ProSkins’s firm pressure on musculature offers athletes a dual benefit – posture and oxygen flow is improved and wasteful muscle movement minimised during exercise ensuring maximum strength and speed from each energy input.

    Muscle fatigue is also reduced as lactic acid is forced back into the bloodstream, making ProSkins ideal for extended exercise or close-interval events.

    ProSkins clothing can be worn as a base layer under conventional sports clothing, or alone to take benefit from its lightweight and aerodynamic characteristics.

    Now there is no need to sweat it out this summer thanks to a revolutionary range of clothing that keeps you super-cool to help maintain concentration and competitive edge. The high performance ProSkins Summer base layer is manufactured from aerodynamic smart technology fabric designed to mould to the skin’s contours allowing moisture to evaporate at maximum speed.

    Keeps your body cool

    Wicks sweat away from the body keeping you dry

    Compression fit improves muscle performance and reduces fatigue

    Reduces the build up of lactic acid reducing muscle stiffness

    Pro Skins Size Chart:

    Size XL

    Chest 44 - 46"

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    Sealey American Pro 6 Drawer Ball Bearing & Drop Front Topchest Combo & Tools

    PRICE: £130 - collection only

    Ideal first quality tool chest and set of tools for someone just wanting to start doing their own little bit of bike tinkering in the garage.

    Sealey American Pro Ball Bearing 6 drawer chest complete with a starter tool set (everything you see in the photo) containing the following:

    - 6 piece soft grip screwdriver set
    - 25 piece hex key set
    - 180 degree magnetic folding LED hand lamp / torch
    - 300mm hacksaw
    - 3 piece plier set
    - 30cm metal rule / conversion chart
    - 150mm adjustable wrench
    - junior hacksaw
    - 11 piece combination spanner set
    - 36 peice socket set 1/4" & 3/8" sq drive metric
    - 12 piece ratchet driver bit set
    - Tape measure
    - Foam nylon gloves
    - 100 nitrile gloves (large)
    - 150 piece R-clip selection
    - Telescopic articulated mirror 50x25mm
    - 200 piece spring assortment
    - Split pin assortment
    - 2x magnetic socket holder shelves
    - Skeleton drive adaptor set 8" sq drive
    - Wire brush
    - 4 piece funnel set
    - Magnetic parts collector bowl 110mm
    - 2x rolls masking tape
    - Brake pipe corrosion tool

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    Sealey FPS5 Front Headstock Stand
    NEW - Box opened and contents checked. Box a little tatty but not surprising seeing how these are packaged up

    PRICE: £57.99

    Strong tubular frame supplied with a range of pins to fit the most common headstock sizes.

    Once in place, makes access to all mechanical components at the front of the bike easy.

    Stand folds down for compact storage when not in use.

    Supplied with width and angle adjustable rubber support pads to quickly and easily use as rear support stand.

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    WE ALSO HAVE MANY OTHER ITEMS THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST TO YOU SUCH AS POWER AND HAND TOOLS. TO VIEW ALL OF OUR ITEMS FOR SALE THEN PLEASE VISIT OUR EBAY SHOP AT THE LINK BELOW. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THEN PLEASE CONTACT ME THROUGH THE BIKER FORUM PRIVATE MESSAGE SERVICE AND A DISCOUNT CAN BE ORGANISED FOR YOU FOR BUYING THROUGH THE BIKER FORUM THAN THROUGH EBAY

    HASP Trading - ebay Store - Click here
  2. My first venture in to green laning

    11 March 2014 - 09:10 PM

    After not having a "proper" road bike since selling up to build my turbo bike engine kit car, as part of my business I have been buying and selling a few off-road / enduro bikes and had up until now been taking them to an off-road centre in Rochdale to ride. But this Sunday just gone I took one of the road legal bikes (Kawasaki KLX300) in the van up to my mates up near Richmond in North Yorkshire and he took me out for the day green laning on 6 or 7 lanes he knew near him..... what a fantastic day!!

    It was awesome. Totally loved it. Didn't think I would have enjoyed it as much as I did as I just thought it wouldn't be as good as just going to off-road centre with having to do little (4-5 miles max) bits of road riding between some of the lanes, on knobbly tyres and with no indicators or mirrors which is not fun. But the fun on the lanes more than made up for the little bits of road riding.

    We set off at about 10:30am and didn't finally pack the bikes away until 6:30pm. One of the lanes in particular, which was very challenging as it was more like trial riding than what you would think of as green laning, we went up and down 10 times as we were just loving it.

    Here is a selection of photos I took of the day. My mate was riding a 2013 Husaberg 450 (if I remember right)

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    These are the views up and down on one section of the lane that we rode up and down about 10 times:

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    My only little issue all day was one of the times the bike spat me off and the bike landed left side down on top of a very large tree branch laying on the floor and it bent the gear lever round 90 degrees. Easily fixed though

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  3. Autocom Super Pro Automatic + Bluetooth

    24 February 2014 - 08:10 PM

    NOW SOLD

    Had this sat around doing nothing for long enough so may as well get it sold on. Used for a couple of weeks only, one for testing, and one for a tour of Scotland.

    This is an Autocom Super Pro Automatic Kit SPA but with some adaptation / options:

    • One microphone
    • Headphone socket for the earpiece (not speaker to stick in your helmet)
    • Bluetooth module to enable phone / ipod / satnav to connect by bluetooth


    It was purchased in this format so that I could have it set up with the TomTom connected via bluetooth to hear satnav directions, and then my ipod plugged in to the unit by cable (cheap ipod with no bluetooth that I just stuck under the seat) so that I could listen to music while on the go. When the satnav needed to tell me something it muted the music and played the satnav sound, then put music back on.

    I used this to lead a group of us around Scotland for a week and in this format it worked amazingly. Clear instruction from Satnav and an awesome soundtrack to listen to while racing..... I mean cruising..... round the Scottish Highlands.

    Can be used in other variations like by connecting your phone to it, or by adding another headset and mic and using it for rider to pillion. You can also connect it to friends with Autocom systems so you can talk bike to bike I believe too..... but you would have to read up on that yourself.

    The unit is basically like new due to its very limited use. I was going to use it in my kit car build but not going to do that now so may as well be sold and the money put towards some more ponies in the kit car :D

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    PRICE: £175 (inc. overnight posatge)
  4. Transferable registration ?

    27 December 2013 - 10:21 PM

    Am looking at perhaps buying a 1940's bike which the seller is advertising as having a "transferable registration". This registration happens to be the initials of a family member and when mentioned to them they showed an interest in perhaps buying the plate if I bought the bike. What I dont know though is; if I buy the bike then sell the plate, what type of plate will I then be given to put on the bike??
  5. Trouble with kicking when cold

    15 December 2013 - 08:50 PM

    Hi guys. Bought myself a 1991 Kawasaki KMX200 last week as a potential bike for my learner (Lambretta rider) mate to use with me when I go take my Husbaberg 501 out at the off-road centre (Cowm Leisure) in Rochdale. The bike is road registered and came with 11 months MOT and tax and seems like a really good buy as it has had new tyres, c+s, clutch, oil etc etc etc.....

    When I went to see it the engine was luke warm as he had just got back from work on it but when he went to start it, it kicked up with one dead easy little kick and I was impressed. Unfortunately though now I have it, when it is cold it just will not fire up when kicked, and I have tried it with the choke in so all places pretty much. I have then had to bump start it and its then run really well once started. Then even after only running a couple of minutes, if you turn it off then try kick start it, it starts really easy, just like when I went to see it.

    So my question is what can be the potential cause of it struggling to start from kicking when cold?

    To try cover a couple of bases I have now put the battery on charge as I think it almost dead (although I feel it could perhaps do with a new one), and I have taken the carb off and just given it a quick clean out to make sure there is no shit in there.

    One thing I have noticed though is that the fuel tap doesn't seem to be able to shut off fully, and there is also a little leak from the bottom of the carb on the overflow. So I assume the float level isn't quite right and and its just filling up too much and then dripping out the overflow, and as the fuel tap wont turn fully off, it just keeps filling up as it overflows in a vicious circle. So could it be that it is just flooded when I go to kick start it from cold??

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    jonabonospen 

    01 May 2012 - 08:56
    Its all about the GREEN :-)
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    Misscheekywalls 

    21 Mar 2011 - 10:34
    Hey thanks again for the advice it's really helped....x
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    dave_cupra R 

    03 Sep 2010 - 21:38
    hi mate how u been
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    Guest 

    24 Aug 2010 - 15:00
    Ey up pal One to try out maybe.... [url=http://drshull.co.uk/shop/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=117]Drop Raise Services[/url] My cousin owns the shop, i've seen the bike close up and although not mint its really nice and i'm thinking a much more upright position for you but still plenty of squirt...V twin as well , so lovely noise... Well gotta start the looking somewhere Tim
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    Loz 

    05 Aug 2010 - 16:15
    James Toseland......you lucky boy!!
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