Riding The Western Front: Day 6 – Saturday 30th June
I woke at the sound of the alarm at 5.30 and proceeded to load up the Lambretta and leave as soon as possible. Today I was heading to Verdun, it was only around 130 miles but with the temperatures constantly rising, I felt it better to be away early and try to spend some more time in Verdun. I was having problems with the GoPro yesterday, so today I just packed it away. One less thing to worry about.
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Riding The Western Front: Day 4 – Thursday 28th June
I got up at 7 a.m. But it wasn’t a good sleep. A couple of doors up from me was a French family who didn’t seem bothered about anyone else trying to sleep. I loaded the scooter up and got my breakfast which consisted of a double Espresso a couple of glasses of orange juice and my travel mug filled with a triple Espresso.
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The rear hub nut needs a lot of torque (120lb or 162Nm) Somehow over the years I’ve got by, but with a lot of stretching required. There’s a couple of ways to hold the hub still while you tighten the hub to its correct torque.
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With very limited editing skills and an equally limited ability to produce a video for the Ulster Lambretta Club 4 Nations Rideout I give you, a video of getting lost and coming across the rideout by accident.
4 Nations Rideout Video
Lambretta development marches on in huge strides. The latest upgrade is something that could receive plaudits from across the Lambretta spectrum.
Known as a sequential gear change, the name of the product is called N°1
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