Pictures of your Norton 961

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Not been out for a ride in ages due to the bike being off the road with a faulty map sensor. Had a great ride out today, around 50 miles or so in the northants/leics countryside. Coffee stop. Mainly dry but pretty wet towards the end of the trip. My new Avons felt grippy and sure footed in the wet. I wasn't peg scraping by any means but they felt good and handled the bumps

One of my favourite things to stop and admire en route, the stunning Harringworth viaduct
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Not been out for a ride in ages due to the bike being off the road with a faulty map sensor. Had a great ride out today, around 50 miles or so in the northants/leics countryside. Coffee stop. Mainly dry but pretty wet towards the end of the trip. My new Avons felt grippy and sure footed in the wet. I wasn't peg scraping by any means but they felt good and handled the bumps

One of my favourite things to stop and admire en route, the stunning Harringworth viaduct
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Be honest.... It was the sheep :)
We have similar viaduct at Chappel and Wakes Colne, which I will try and photo when I have new plug caps!
 

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Yeah, theres a post way back whwn I added it originally, fabbed out of 2.5mm 3k twill sheet carbon, It wasnt long after i did the sensor replacements and noticed the cam sensor sat there directly in the path of any shit flying off the road, I coul dhave made it half that height to clear the sensor but got carried away :D

& whilst we on that exposed cam sensor subject , I got this carbon fibre front mudguard extender for like £20 on eBay , it’s for a triumph 675 & fits perfect attached with powerful silicon, the carbon weave is the same
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Be honest.... It was the sheep :)
We have similar viaduct at Chappel and Wakes Colne, which I will try and photo when I have new plug caps!
Is that the same Chappel that has the little hump back bridge ?? only place I managed to get the Vauxhaul Chevette airborn over :D (Colchester boy of old)
 
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Is that the same Chappel that has the little hump back bridge ?? only place I managed to get the Vauxhaul Chevette airborn over :D (Colchester boy of old)
I assume so.... Swan pub and of course the railway museum.. (I lived on the Mersea Road @ 40 years ago)
 

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Hythe in Kent was today’s destination, popped in this 100 year old plus hotel of Edwardian splendour for tea , followed by another trip to church , last week we were up the tower in one , today in the crypt, 900 year old Norman church with a twist , as you can see some of the locals are still here ,Extension built at some stage & all the bones unearthed & kept downstairs, been on display forever , going back several hundred, not someink you see every day
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Hythe in Kent was today’s destination, popped in this 100 year old plus hotel of Edwardian splendour for tea , followed by another trip to church , last week we were up the tower in one , today in the crypt, 900 year old Norman church with a twist , as you can see some of the locals are still here ,Extension built at some stage & all the bones unearthed & kept downstairs, been on display forever , going back several hundred, not someink you see every day View attachment 81952 View attachment 81953 View attachment 81954 View attachment 81955 View attachment 81956 View attachment 81958
Hello Richard , Where are you in this picture ?
 
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