Motorbike clock is bang on

Every year it sets itself for BST without any need to do anything :grinning:

Shame it can’t do the same for winter riding :shushing_face:

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My winter bike clock is now wrong, the summer bike is correct :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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I never reset mine to GMT so it’s now, more or less, where it should be on BST.

my summer bike was fine until BMW “helpfully” changed it to a winter bike now i’m 1 hour out - grumbles

Am I the only one that sets the clocks as they should?

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My bike hasn’t got a clock so no such problems

Bet you squeeze the toothpaste from the bottom too :joy:

hell yeah!



I don’t get why we bother with daylight saving. Just change the clocks half an hour next time and never do it again I say!

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My auto update thingy is not working, I called honda they said they’re working on it but the fix is about 6 months :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


Rode mine for the first time since Christmas today and the clock was spot on, problem is I can’t remember if I put back or not, so it might have been wrong for 6 months

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I changed the car one and the oven and microwave ones :nerd_face:

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