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My Left hand Drive Motorbike.

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Mike Testro
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Hi All

I once owned a left hand drive motorbike.

How was that possible.

Best regards

Mike T.

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Mike Testro
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Hi Neil

No way - I just suggested that he look on the other side of the bike.

Best regards

Mike T.
Neil Walsh
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Ha ha brilliant.....and did you give him his money back? ;)

Mike Testro
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Hi Guys

Both right - it was a Jawa from eastern Europe and it did once have a side car on the right hand side.

This meant that the kick start was on the left.

The guy I sold it to complained that the start lever had fallen off and wanted his money back.

I never did drive it.

Best regards

Mike T.
Rafael Davila
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Mike,

If your sidecar was on the right does it means you never dared to drive?
When you looked at your motorcycle standing in front of it, at what side was the shaft?

I got it, the jockey included.

Mikes motorcycle
Neil Walsh
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Mike,

Your sidecar was on the right? :-)

Or you were in Ireland where anything is possible!!

Walshy