Mr Tibbs wrote
You'll be a fucking hero and some sort of tree-hugging yoghurt-weaving organisation is bound to reward you with free sandals and worry-beads for the rest of your low-impact environmentally friendly life.
You need to read Back Street Heroes...
Who - me or OB?
Whoever likes those styles of motorcycle...
Do you mean lowrider/chops or bikes with lovingly crafted attention to detail - but not necessarily lowrider/chops?
Wyn D'oh wrote
The inspiration will be lost on many, due to the standard tribal defensiveness of those who 'support' a different 'style' of bike. It's tiresome, but inevitable.
I can appreciate the engineering, styling and originality of such machines.
a Harley anorak would say at this point:what an interesting engine, looks like an early Shovel bottom end with an Evo top....
Ref to the old 'ergonomics' thread:The hand controls seem very similar to 'normal' bikes at the level of detail I can see. As style statements, are these anything other than a standard bike made operationally worse by a flashy visual shell?
they both have a foot clutch, probably even suicide clutchthe green bike has hand a hand gear lever and the red bike a jockey leverand the red one has a frisco brakewhich I wouldn't necessarily describe as "similar to 'normal' bikes"
mr tack wrote
i dont think a dwarf can reach my handlebars. last time i looked im a bloke.as for gay look under power ranger
as for gay look under power ranger
I can't find my old pics. .WHO ? painted it or did it catch necrosis ?
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