• Welcome to the new B.I.R.D. Forum. Please be sure to read the "New Member / New Registered ? Please Read" thread in the Coffee Shop. This contains some important information. To become a full member ( £5.50 a year ) simply click on your user name near the top on the right I hope you enjoy the new site ................ Jaws ( John )

New Member / New Registered ? Please Read

nahueblackbird

Registered User
[QUOTE = "Jaws, post: 52140, miembro: 2"] Hola y bienvenido al foro BIRD ... este es el foro para miembros de BIRD ., El club internacional de propietarios de Blackbird con sede en el Reino Unido.

Si no tienes un Bird (¡o incluso no quieres tener uno!), Eso no debería impedirte unirte a la diversión.
Si bien muchas de las cosas están relacionadas con Bird, tenemos muchos miembros que no son dueños de una :pagsbicicleta XX sino de otro tipo (MENOS ) de bicicleta.
Pero todos son bienvenidos ya que somos un grupo sociable.

Te sugiero que te tomes tu tiempo para navegar un rato ...
Verás que hay mucha extracción de orina.
Esto no se entiende de una manera desagradable ... ¡así que prepárate para ciertos abusos y bromas!
No 'copie la joroba' ... si siente abuso o lo que está fuera de servicio, simplemente informe al administrador y deje que uno de nosotros lo resuelva ...
No hay mucho que ganar al ponerse caliente y molesto por lo que bien podría ser una verdadera lectura errónea de la situación. !!

Por otro lado, recuerde que este es principalmente un foro de motociclistas, y parte del contenido no será para las personas de corazón. Tenemos tres reglas estrictas.

Las reglas del foro son solo tres:
Nadie puede publicar nada deseando que alguien tenga un accidente
No puede publicar shite en un hilo en la sección de ayuda hasta que se haya dado una respuesta útil
No puedes usar la palabra C en ninguna publicación

¡Ahora, vete y disfruta :pags! [/ QUOTE]

hello friends xx. I just joined. what a shame not being able to share the passion in some posts. I am from Argentina which here we have a club with 80 members. what a shame not being able to pay. ok friends greetings in advance ❌❌
 

jonboy80

Registered User
Hello all, was pointed in this direction by a review article and signed up. I'm hopefully picking up a 2007 Blackbird next week, having to wait because I need a complete day to do it, the train journey is over four hours long to get it. I'm going to give myself a challenge to get back home in less time it takes to get there by train including one or two comfort stops, or maybe no stops at all if the tank lasts (150 miles) and I'm enjoying myself too much. I haven't ridden in seven years, and have only had experience with 600's as "big bikes" (A ZZR 600 and a Thundercat) that I rode without incident for years and years commuting an hour and a half every day and having fun at the weekends so I'm looking forward to swinging a leg over the Blackbird and taking it easy at first. How long that will last though I have no idea, at the moment I have a clean license but from everything I read I will have to make an effort to keep it that way... anyway just wanted to say hello :beer-toast1:
 

Cougar377

Express elevator to hell
Staff member
Moderator
Club Sponsor
Hello all, was pointed in this direction by a review article and signed up. I'm hopefully picking up a 2007 Blackbird next week, having to wait because I need a complete day to do it, the train journey is over four hours long to get it. I'm going to give myself a challenge to get back home in less time it takes to get there by train including one or two comfort stops, or maybe no stops at all if the tank lasts (150 miles) and I'm enjoying myself too much. I haven't ridden in seven years, and have only had experience with 600's as "big bikes" (A ZZR 600 and a Thundercat) that I rode without incident for years and years commuting an hour and a half every day and having fun at the weekends so I'm looking forward to swinging a leg over the Blackbird and taking it easy at first. How long that will last though I have no idea, at the moment I have a clean license but from everything I read I will have to make an effort to keep it that way... anyway just wanted to say hello :beer-toast1:
You'll find the Bird is a bit like an over weight Thundercat, until you wind her up (fun starts from about 5000).... then it turns into stretched arms and eyeballs time.
Easy to ride slow, easy to ride fast.
Note the linked brakes though, they're a wee bit different from what you're used to..!
 

andyBeaker

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
Club Sponsor
Hello all, was pointed in this direction by a review article and signed up. I'm hopefully picking up a 2007 Blackbird next week, having to wait because I need a complete day to do it, the train journey is over four hours long to get it. I'm going to give myself a challenge to get back home in less time it takes to get there by train including one or two comfort stops, or maybe no stops at all if the tank lasts (150 miles) and I'm enjoying myself too much. I haven't ridden in seven years, and have only had experience with 600's as "big bikes" (A ZZR 600 and a Thundercat) that I rode without incident for years and years commuting an hour and a half every day and having fun at the weekends so I'm looking forward to swinging a leg over the Blackbird and taking it easy at first. How long that will last though I have no idea, at the moment I have a clean license but from everything I read I will have to make an effort to keep it that way... anyway just wanted to say hello :beer-toast1:
Welcome, and commiserations.

I too did the long train journey and ride home (220 miles) when collecting my second Bird. The ride home was a nightmare, engine misfiring (K& N air filter:rolleyes:), wandered all over the road (no oil in one front fork and low tyre pressures despite asking the seller to make sure they were 42psi and being assured that they were) and it chucked down in biblical proportions for half the journey.

Enjoy.:D.

If I may be so bold, consider sponsoring the site...for the price of a cup of coffee (remember when you could buy those?) you will,access,all,the technical help you will ever need.

More imformation here....

https://www.superblackbird.co.uk/index.php?threads/access-to-help-and-other-areas.76633/
 

jerryt

Been there, and had one
Club Sponsor
Welcome to the Mad house! If you post a photo showing your garden make sure it's mint!:jump:
 

Cougar377

Express elevator to hell
Staff member
Moderator
Club Sponsor
FFS, don't say anything. We don't want to scare this one off..... :D
 

Squag1

Can't remember....
Club Sponsor
Welcome from the sunny west of I.

Ignore Beaker. He's misnamed, he's really Waldorf - just plain grumpy.
 

dave the matelot

Member
Club Sponsor
Hello all, just rejoined after several years away (pre-server issues I believe), I still have the same Bird after 9 years ( the bike that is..) and whilst the outer skin still looks great there is corrosion and wear showing underneath, so as she is 14 years old now (the bike that is) but with only 25k on the clock, my winter project is to strip and refurbish from the front going backwards so I look forward to much banter, frivolity and sound advice over the coming months - thanks for letting me return....
 
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