It will stay here for a year or two at least as it was such a performance to get it registered. Next time I come will be able to ride it straight away. I will probably paint the tank but that's about all it needs.
I'm over the moon with it. It starts first kick every time except when I accidentally knock the kill switch and haven't noticed. Having 3 gallons of fuel capacity is good too.
I am looking into the feasibility bringing over an NBC110 or two, Tim is interested in getting involved too. They have electric start and fuel injection (maybe a Wave engine?) and the Post Office seem to sell them off at auction after about 25,000km which seems to be 3-4 years. Won't be this time but Tim may well scope out a local auction. Chatted to a couple of Postmen who seem to like them.