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OOO I love bike porn

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I like porn in general, but this bike porn can do for now.

 

~Kurt

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. . . I repeat, wife or Ducati??????icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

I had a wife. I got rid of her and then bought my first Ducati. Best decision I ever made.
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had Ducati, got a wife, had to get rid of Ducati, got rid of wife. Got a wife (new,improved model). New wife detects a pattern. We went to Ducati dealer Saturday. bounce2.gif

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cafe-racer-babe-06.jpg

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^I think posting pictures like this is irresponsible and sends a bad message. I'm sure that plastic jump suit would leave a bad case of road rash in a get off and those "riding boots" offer zero protection. Come on VonLehndorff, get with the program! I do like that easy access back door zipper though for non motorcycle related reasons.
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^I think posting pictures like this is irresponsible and sends a bad message. I'm sure that plastic jump suit would leave a bad case of road rash in a get off and those "riding boots" offer zero protection. Come on VonLehndorff, get with the program! I do like that easy access back door zipper though for non motorcycle related reasons.

Agree totally, posted for comments. I was going to praise the zipper as well, but sometimes words aren't neccesary! Proper high riding boots would not only be wise, but would add to the visual appeal, for me, at least fing02[1].gif.The high heels are both dangerous and ridiculous. If that suit is plastic it would actually br worse than naked skin, as that plastc would melt into the skin and cause burns and incredible infection.

 

 

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OMG. beautiful! I have had this desire for a harley-based cafe for years and do not understand why harley hasn't done it- the sportster /v-rod just doesn't do it for me. I discussed with a local builders but the frame geometry, etc is unknown to them.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by VonLehndorff View Post

OMG. beautiful! I have had this desire for a harley-based cafe for years and do not understand why harley hasn't done it- the sportster /v-rod just doesn't do it for me. I discussed with a local builders but the frame geometry, etc is unknown to them.

They did back in 1977, the XLCR 1000:

Harley-Davidson_XLCR_1000_Cafe_Racer_1978.jpg
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I think I've seen one in pictures, XLCR?    Just Googled harley cafe racer-interesting results!

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They did back in 1977, the XLCR 1000:
Harley-Davidson_XLCR_1000_Cafe_Racer_1978.jpg

Was that an AMF?
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Yes, AMF owned Harley from '69 till '81.
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