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  • MotorCycle is the title of a 1993 album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on BAI Records. The album was dedicated to the memory of songwriter Mark Heard.
  • a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
  • A two-wheeled vehicle that is powered by a motor and has no pedals
  • motorbike: ride a motorcycle
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • Mental resources
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • an outbuilding (or part of a building) for housing automobiles
  • keep or store in a garage; "we don't garage our car"
  • a repair shop where cars and trucks are serviced and repaired
  • Put or keep (a motor vehicle) in a garage
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How To Build Your Dream Garage (Motorbooks Workshop)
How To Build Your Dream Garage (Motorbooks Workshop)
If you want to rebuild a beloved ride, house a prized collector car, or spend some quality time with a motorcycle, here is the book for you. An essential tool for building your dream garage, this book takes readers from inspiration to reality in engaging and easy-to-follow steps.

With plenty of clear illustrations and examples, the author explains all the issues a homeowner must confront when planning and building a new garage or adapting an old one to accommodate new vehicles and new ideas. Beginning with the design, Klancher walks the prospective owner through the entire process, from preliminary issues like zoning and building permits, to dimensions and materials, to finishing a space with workbenches, lighting, flooring, and wall coverings.

Filled with practical advice and instructions for the handy homeowner and weekend mechanic, the book also guides readers through the complexities (and wisdom) of contracting specific tasks. Detailed photographs showcase finished garages and highlight special features. Step-by-step sidebars cover the how-tos for garage owners with even the most elementary carpentry skills. Read this book before you begin and save yourself money and effort.

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The Norton Classic is a motorcycle made by Norton Motors in 1987. Norton built the Classic as a Special edition of just 100 machines. Only one livery was offered: the traditional Norton colours of silver-grey with black graphics and black and red lining. P43 "Classic" When Philippe Le Roux took over the semi-dormant Norton Motors Ltd he found an exhaustively tested product in the form of the Interpol II, but nothing to sell to the man in the street. The answer of the marketing man in this case- and Bloors Triumph did the very same some years later- is to come up with a "First Edition" bike to be snapped up by the collectors. The answer of the production manager was to take an Interpol II and, with radical changes to styling but as little change as possible to the actual well-tested core motorcycle, produce a fully evaluated but, to the eyes of the public, completely new model. The Classic was not just a "Collectors Item", it was in fact a very nice motorcycle. The low centre of gravity made it feel lighter than it actually was, and devoid of all the police equipment and fairing it was a pretty quick handler on twisty roads. In the British tradition, it had a functionally well-constructed centre stand that dug into the tarmac with its footstep in every lefthander- some things never seemed to change- "They all do that, Sir", as old Norton Commando and Triumph Bonneville riders can tell you! So the Classic is in fact nothing but a glorified Interpol II with nicer looks and without a fairing. As such, there are some high-mileage examples about that have done phenomenal distances with minimum fuss, but there are also some low-mileage lemmons around, the problem being storage- a rotary engine is prone to corrosion when laid up for long periods without the necessary precautions. By the time it is started up after a long period in a possibly damp environment (unheated garage), things will go seriously and costly wrong. Norton Motors, being aware of the problem, sent out a service release about how to prepare a Classic for storage. 100 Classics were built, as well as one prototype, and several more were later made up by private owners from Interpol IIs- the giveaway always being the engine/frame numbers, which on Classics run from P43LE001 through P43LE100. At the Birmingham Show in 1989 Norton showed a prototype "Classic Mk2" with a watercooled engine as a teaser for the public. Norton was in deep trouble financially, and the show did not bring in any orders that would justify a production run. The bike was sold off, and that was it- but for a standart Classic that was converted to watercooling in the factory some time later.
My First Motorcycle - 1
My First Motorcycle - 1
Me as a three year old pictured on my Dad's 1951 Triumph Thunderbird at my Gran and Grandad's house in Morden, Surrey. Of course it wasn't really my first motorcycle at all, although I regularly travelled on it. When I was small we didn't have a car and I used to sit in front on my Dad with his great coat belt around me. I'd then hold on to the tank rack that Triumph's of the era all had. My Mum would sit behind him on the pillion seat. Dad was in the Royal Navy and used the bike to get back and forth from Portsmouth to Morden and when he married it was used to get up to Oldham in Lancashire with my Mum as the pillion. Gear in those far off days was rudimentary, but being in the Navy provided a useful source of equipment from oiled wool submarine sweaters and waterproof "sea boots". The bike was bought at the end of 1950 from Arthur Wheeler's in Epsom, Surrey. I still have the helmet and goggles in my garage to this day.

motorcycle garage equipment
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Mechanix Wear MG-71-011 Original Glove, Camo, X-Large
Mechanix Wear Original gloves are manufactured to handle the toughest work you can throw at them and continue to stand the test of time. Improved Clarino OW-927 synthetic leather construction for the palm, index, middle and ring fingertips repels 25% more water and oil than previous models, preserving the life of the gloves. Low-profile thermal plastic rubber hook-and-loop closure and two-way stretch spandex top provide a better fit; hidden interior seam stitching and Lycra insert panels ensure comfort and mobility. Gloves proudly display the iconic Mechanix Wear scatter print logo. Size: XL, Color: Camo, Material: Two way stretch spandex, Cuff Material: Elast, Palm Material: Clarino OW-927 synthetic leather, Pairs (qty.): 1

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