By Giles Elgood KALKAN, Turkey, Oct 31 (Reuters Life!) - Most people come to the southern Turkish resort of Kalkan for sun, sea and some nice restaurants, but if you like motorcycles, there is an added attraction. Local men, mostly those with a bit of grey in their hair, ride around on ancient Russian bikes that are probably at least 30 years old and of a type that we simply don't see in Western Europe. The Planeta III is a sturdy two-stroke, often painted in a dusty baby-blue, that ...
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