Isle of Man TT... And Parlee Z Zero

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

Given the younger Dunlop's success this year, I thought I would tip my hand with the next Parlee Project (so folks wouldnt think this band-wagon riding...)

The frame is done and ready for it's disc build.

A little tip of the cap to Moto Racing's first-family.

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ghisallo2003
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by ghisallo2003

Looks great.

Would you think about a bike for Guy Martin - not a winner at IoM, but a very good endurance cyclist.

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CharlesM
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That guy deserves a win. Bad luck over the past few.

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Ah... Reasonable week for M Dunlop... four Wins at this years Isle of Man. First ever to win 4 events in back to back years...

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by liam7020

Small old world CharlesM - I live in Ballymoney the Dunlops home town and just up the road from the NW200 circuit. Didn't think keepin' 'er lit between the hedges racing would be big news in Arizona!! Forget MotoGP - this is the wildest thing you can do on two wheels.

Yeah ghisallo2003 a couple of years ago Martin rode the full Tour of Flanders sportive on a clapped out mountain bike, wearing a pair of baggies and a canoeing helmet. Some boy!
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