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After only recently purchasing a LeMans Series 2 last year ( 2021 ) this website is keeping me up late at night - so much to read !! Mine is a bike exported at some time from my homeland of the U.K. and now over here in the desert SW in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bike seems like it has been gone through and has been a static display bike in the recent past. 33,000 miles on the odometer..
What a great resource, thanks for putting this online.
Fantastic site great articles
Great website, best collection of LeMans stuff.
If you‘re not addicted to the beast yet, you will become before you can logout.
Sehr schöne und interessante Seite. Die LM ist ein wunderbares Motorrad und ich habe Glück das ich von der LM 1-3 je 1 Stk. habe!
Wünsche allzeit gute und sichere Fahrt.
Grüsse aus der Schweiz
Vielen Dank, André. Du bist mit deiner Le Mans-Sammlung privilegiert. Vielleicht willst du Fotos senden?
Great pages guys! Well done!
I have read a lot from your pages and was again confirmed on my crazy MG love (T3 and LM2)!!! Feels good!
However, I rather keep the technique running and optics is secondary.
Super nice riding!!!
Cheers from Samuel of Germany ;-)
Many enjoyable and safe kilometers with the LM2 and T3!
Hi Friends out there.
My biggest wish this year are that all comments are written in english.
It's very difficult to read Nederlands:-))
Have a happy new year.
I have just bought a Le Mans 1976, VE12218, serie 1 and very original.
In spite of that i have 2 questions:
1. It has two horns, is that correct?
2. The rear signals light are sitting on a straight rod not a curved rod, is that correct?
Thanks for a great site.
1. No, one horn only is correct for version 1.1
2. Yes that is correct for version 1.1, in combination with the front signals on a straight rod mounted on the frame, in stead of the triple clamp.
I have an 1983 850 Le Mans III with engine number: VF017763, but I can find no reference to any such number existing...
I have a LM 2 for sale in Holland. Anyone interested?