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Sidecar Count

  • 03 Jan 2018 2:08 AM
    Reply # 5657060 on 4592165
    Deleted user

    Thanks for adding your machine to the forum..i see you are in southern ontario. Im sure this is the best part of Canada to own a rig or motorcycle for that matter.

  • 03 Jan 2018 2:26 AM
    Reply # 5657063 on 4592165
    Deleted user

    Hi hibernaters,

    This is for Thane Gilles and one other i think who rides in winter. Just a note to say winter tires are now available for motorcycles. So we can ride em in Quebec!

    Brrrr...looking for a beater with a block heater ;-)

  • 23 Jan 2018 2:00 PM
    Reply # 5698523 on 4592165
    Deleted user

    Hi Doug. I have a 1978 Honda CB 750 mated to a Calfornia Companion sidecar.  Put on 100km yesterday traveling yesterday along secondary and gravel roads around Central Albeta. 

    Last modified: 23 Jan 2018 3:10 PM | Deleted user
  • 07 Mar 2018 8:08 AM
    Reply # 5899008 on 5609731
    Doug Smith wrote:
    Jacques Labarre wrote:

    Hi Doug,

    If you are still counting, I have a military issued, OHV engine, CJ-750 from 1957.

    In a not so far future, maybe there will be enough sidecars present at one of the CVMG rallies to organize a "special ride" in the neighborhood... It would certainly attract the attention of people and, help bring them to our event.


    Hi Jack,

    It think thats a good idea. I need a big ass trailer to haul ours. 50-70 miles out is our limited .


    My Nimbus is a Military unit and will be in Paris this coming summer. The side car is also Military (as noted by the machine gun mounting hole) but was painted before I came to own it. It is too pretty to paint over. 
  • 10 Mar 2018 9:32 PM
    Reply # 5955803 on 4592165

    Last year I sold the Sportster and its chair and I thought I was back to just the two Norton outfits. But the recent change in health of an old neighbor led me to now own a 1982 Honda 900 with a Jawa chair. Not my usual ride but we will try it out. Not selling the others though. 

  • 06 Jun 2018 10:30 PM
    Reply # 6291740 on 4592165

    Anyone out there have a windshield to sell for a Velorex sidecar approximately 1982 ?

  • 24 Jun 2018 8:29 PM
    Reply # 6339724 on 4592165

    Hi Thane, I have a mostly 79 XS650 Yam with a GBF chair (street, similar to the old Avon), still some work to do on it. for the guy looking for a windscreen I chose a Goldwing replacement and simply cut the bottom off it. A angle grinder with diamond blade works well. clean up with a belt sander in the vice and skim the edge to suit. not intended for long jaunts, mostly grand kids and the dog. Paul.

  • 19 Feb 2019 8:11 PM
    Reply # 7174086 on 4592165
    Deleted user

    I have a "1957" CJ750 in Victoria. Would be glad to know of any other CJ or sidecar riders in the area.

    Last modified: 19 Feb 2019 8:13 PM | Deleted user
  • 12 Mar 2019 10:03 PM
    Reply # 7215995 on 4592165

     Hi Tony from Sudbury. I have a 79  Goldwing and chair and a 2014 Honda CTX 1300 with a Hanagian Chair.

  • 13 Jun 2019 6:22 PM
    Reply # 7578465 on 4592165
    Deleted user

    I have a Suzuki GSX1100g with a DMC sidecar. I would post a picture, but I am a Luddite when it comes to computers, but I will keep trying........SUCCESS!!

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    Last modified: 14 Jun 2019 2:05 AM | Deleted user

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