Nope. Not just you.
Nope. Not just you.
My WIP: 78 CX500, code name..."Terry Tracafe", confused motorbike...
2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT. No name, not sure if I want to get attached...
Everyone, please note there may be a change soon to how the wiki works. Details are not final. Please go to the tech section and see the thread "problem with wiki" for more info.
This Wiki will be deleted on November 15, due to changes in the Wiki pricing structure system. If there are any articles that you want to personally copy, do it before then. A new, similar wiki is being developed as part of the CX/GL Forum. It should be available soon.
1983 GL650I, 1980 CX500, 1974 CB350F, 1973 CT90
Need information? Try our new Wiki site: http://cx500forum.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
Was the content of the old wiki archived for migration to the new wiki, or is it all-new content?
1980 CX500c, 23,000 miles
1983 Aero 80
1989 Elite E
RIP: 1978 Honda Express
for the ost part it is all there already it was all brought across we are working on indexing and fixing up some of it
as well as new projects
Want to say thanks for taking on the wiki migration. I spent a lot of time last winter using it to complete a triple bypass among other things. A quick look at the new site and it's clear you've put some real effort into making sure nothing was lost. I'd say it's more clearly laid out now as well. Just want to pass along my kudos to you all who put the necessary time and energy into keeping this stuff active, relevant, and accessible! :icon_thumright:
'82 CX500 Custom w.i.p.
Please add my thanks, JC. Amazing amount of work involved I'm sure. We ALL appreciate your time.
2013 Triumph Tiger Sport 1050
Being British is about driving a German car to an Irish pub for a Belgian beer, then travelling home, grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese TV.