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    Looks like good fun holmes! How'd you work the pics? Is it tripod magic or a lovely assistant?

    I'll check into the valve clearances in a bit but am now just basking in the miracle of actually having received the bike!

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    Great report, interesting.........
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    My first bike was a '91 (maybe '90, I'm getting old) Suzuki DR250s with the kickstart as the electric start wasn't available for a few more model years. I don't know if Qingqi has plans to bring this bike to the US, or if Qlink will pick it up, but I would be very curious as to how it compares to my old bike. Looks great, and the photos are great, too. Congrats, again!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaV View Post
    The tires are Kingstone 110/70-17 and 130/70-17 Tube-type. Not much info I could find via google, but I think the factory is in Qingdao. One of the sourcing people in my office is trying to see if they are available. They feel good on the road, but let's just say they didn't inspire confidence in the dirt. Same tires were on the "Rock" X-Bike...
    The "Kingstone" (Trademark #3885182 @ CTMO) is made by Sicuan Yuanxing Rubber Co., Ltd
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    Quote Originally Posted by humanbeing View Post
    The "Kingstone" (Trademark #3885182 @ CTMO) is made by Sicuan Yuanxing Rubber Co., Ltd
    Thanks humanbeing, don't know how you found them, you're a better googler than me.

    No fancy photo tricks CC, my lovely fiance Jenny took the pictures She's getting pretty good with the D60



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaV View Post
    Thanks humanbeing, don't know how you found them, you're a better googler than me.
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    the official "trademark" site can almost find ANY product that already registered in China. After found out who owns the trademark from the db, the "google"/ "baidu" part is quite easy.
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    These scans are from the 2009 QingQi brochure, not sure if there is an online pdf of the entire thing or not

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    Didn't notice it at first, but I think I recognise the guy in the background picture CC... did you have something to do with that?




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    Man!

    A new bike, one week in inner Mongolia playing a remake of Charley and Ewan.

    Is it already Xmas in DongGuan?
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    Well I'll be damned, would you look at that! They actually used the picture! Looks like you're in the literature now CV! It's good to see the photo being used!

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    Didn't notice it at first, but I think I recognise the guy in the background picture CC... did you have something to do with that?




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    Thanks for the report, I just bought the QM200GY today, not the motard version, so I will ride that until next summer and then hopefully pick one of these bad boys up for my around town riding.

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