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post #2566 of 4800
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Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

This is pure genius.crackup[1].gif

It works for me!

My '79 Bonnie shifts on the left. My '71 T100 and '64 Norton shift on the right. Equal scuffing FTW! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

And I ride in a pair of Wesco lineman boots, so they have the extra flap of leather in perfect shift lever position! Steel shank in the sole for easy kickstarts, too.
Edited by KnowYourRights - 10/10/12 at 3:48pm
post #2567 of 4800
Damned SFers. Boots again. So as usual I have to go back and take another look at those Gasolina Classic Boots...
post #2568 of 4800
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Weird, I have never had that problem. What makes you think this is your issue?

Exhibited the symptoms...starting and then shutting down, acting fuel-starved as if I was out of gas, restarting when I uncorked the gas cap. I cleaned out the hoses today and the bike works fine now (phew).
post #2569 of 4800
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Damned SFers. Boots again. So as usual I have to go back and take another look at those Gasolina Classic Boots...

Those Gasolina's are nice. Definitely a low-cost alternative to the original article, Lewis Leathers' Motorway boots. I'm curious about the quality/thickness of the leather.
post #2570 of 4800
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Originally Posted by KnowYourRights View Post

Those Gasolina's are nice. Definitely a low-cost alternative to the original article, Lewis Leathers' Motorway boots. I'm curious about the quality/thickness of the leather.

Should be getting mine in a couple of weeks if the 2-3 week turnaround time is to be believed. I'll post up pics when I get 'em.
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

A couple of shots from my recent adventure. The second shot is on Hwy 8 (Western Arkansas) near the infamous Mena Airport.
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great bike. the predecessor to the Multistrada, which i own and love and can't wait to get back on once the parts come in to remedy my recent crash.
post #2573 of 4800

What I ride, daily:

 

 

I'm afraid of how much money I'll blow on fixing up old motorcycles once I have a house and proper garage...

post #2574 of 4800
Picked up one of the last of the Harley Davidson Crosssbones to roll off the assembly line yesterday. Actually traded one of my bikes this time, the white Fat Boy Lo. I had only clocked 4,000 miles on it in 2 years, so figured I may as well pack it in and get a springer. Love this bike.
post #2575 of 4800
How about some pics?
post #2576 of 4800
what are your guys thoughts on the ninja 300 abs for a starter bike?
post #2577 of 4800
Crappy iPhone pic. Still bone stock, but haven't decided what I want to do with it yet. Probably swap out exhaust for a 2 into 1, whitewalls.. Took it out to my shack in the woods to see how it handles on the twisties.


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post #2578 of 4800
Nice, I like the front end.
post #2579 of 4800
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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

what are your guys thoughts on the ninja 300 abs for a starter bike?

Solid choice.
post #2580 of 4800
^ Probably one of the best starter bikes. You can also try buying a 2008+ ninja 250 since the price is gonna drop like crazy with the release of the ninja 300.
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