Poll

wot rocks ya boat ??

Norton Fastback
17 (8.9%)
Triumph T140V Bonnie
13 (6.8%)
BMW R90/6
9 (4.7%)
Laverda '79 Jota
24 (12.6%)
Laverda SF3
11 (5.8%)
Spondon Jota
13 (6.8%)
KTM 560 Rotax
5 (2.6%)
Moto Guzzi V65 TT
5 (2.6%)
Laverda '81 Jota- 'Miss J'
22 (11.6%)
Moto Guzzi T3 Cali- 'Matilda'
8 (4.2%)
Laverda '78 1200- 'Clyde'
40 (21.1%)
Moto Guzzi Falcone Nuovo
10 (5.3%)
Laverda SF2- 'SeFFie'
13 (6.8%)

Total Members Voted: 64

Voting closed: January 01, 2015, 12:23

Author Topic: Bike of the ... markQLD ???  (Read 15525 times)

Offline markQLD

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Re: Bike of the ... markQLD ???
« Reply #30 on: January 02, 2015, 05:02 »
well, all votes have been tallied and Clyde is the most popular, by a significant margin!
it is a great triple. and 55% of the forum members, who voted, gave it a tick.  (thumbup)

however, for a Laverda forum, i do find some of the other results of interest ??
: the Norton Fastback & Triumph Bonneville pulled more votes (30) than the Laverda SF2 & SF3 (24)
: the Guzzi Nuovo Falcone (10) just beat the BMW R90/6 (9)
: the Guzzi V65 TT only got a low 5.  & one of those was mine!

i'm not gunna over analyse, as there's enough there for a team of psychologists!   (dunno)
thanks again for taking the time and for all the votes.
for the record, my pick was the SF2 + Spondon Jota + Guzzi V65 TT.   yea, it's a farken long story ay.
& if i had enough resources today, i'd still have them all.  not a dud among them.  actually, i still got far too many.  ::)

anyhow, just have fun with what ya got.
  & a safe 2015 to all.

Offline chrisk

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Re: Bike of the ... markQLD ???
« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2015, 11:34 »
I reckon anyone that voted for the Norton, Triumph, Rotax, BMW or Guzzi need to donate US$80.00 to the Terry Dymond Barn Fund .............. come on, I know who you are!
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Offline Laverda Bomber

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Re: Bike of the ... markQLD ???
« Reply #32 on: January 06, 2015, 05:29 »
Voting is closed but for what its worth.....Miss J & Clyde. Half a vote for the beemer & the Cali!
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