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    This wheel might make the cut. Old school cool, kinda like me.

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    Lester Mag Wheel


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    My buddy Leo Stanton runs Lesters on his very nice /6.

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    30 Years Ago

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    My R90 center parked with 2 Airheads running Lesters. Pretty common back in the day. Still common today. I like spoked wheels, just thinking of building something a little different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
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    My buddy Leo Stanton runs Lesters on his very nice /6.
    The fairing/windshield is a Hugon. Made in France I believe. Something a little different. Leo told me it works really well.

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    Rear Lester

    As usual this wheel has had the valve stem drilled out to run tubeless. Iíll go back to the junk pile and do a little more lookiní. The drive ring has been installed with bolts not brads. Iíve done that to oem BMW wheels. This wheel probably wonít make the cut for the build Iím thinking about. Might use this wheel for bike build to run the backroads in the Ozark hills and Ouachita Mountains.

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    On The Road Again

    Leo called me I need U to run up to pick up a Norton and some motorcycle parts that go with it. Itís in Ann Arbor, Michigan. What? Itís cold, dark, dreary; not to mention Covid-19. Barry, we need U to go. OK Leo OK. Road Trip.

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    Up to Michigan and found the owner and bike. He told me: Iím getting older, time to down size. Pretty much the norm.
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    Brit bikes are cool. Glad Iíve resisted the bug. Picked up a lot of parts and boxes of parts. Filled up the van.

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    Ď88 r100rs


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    Nortons and BMWs. Got to love it.
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    If it ain't broke, fix it 'till it is.

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    10-4

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    That Triumph reminds me of my first bike. Never got rid of the bug after it!

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    I bought my 1975 Norton in 1978 I am the second owner. It was also my first motorcycle.
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    If it ain't broke, fix it 'till it is.

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