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Yeah especially since they run out of idea after 30 seconds...

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Here's a great one...possibly a repost...

 


 

post #3393 of 4642

Always fun to watch :)

 

As for repost, i did a search on the link but couldn't find this one, this is one of my favourite :

 

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Yeah, after a quick research, http://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/ seems to deliver worldwide smile.gif

Thanks!
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Another good read from Ride Apart: http://rideapart.com/2013/08/10-motorcycle-riding-tricks-you-dont-know-yet/


 

R.I.P. Marco Simoncelli

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Another good read from Ride Apart: http://rideapart.com/2013/08/10-motorcycle-riding-tricks-you-dont-know-yet/

I liked their write-up on the Triumph Bonneville last week. When I tire of the CBR I think I'll seriously look for one of those.
post #3398 of 4642

Some great photos of Thurston Bros. leather jackets at Backfire Moto, July 17th, Seattle, WA!

 

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No offense dude but it'd be nice if you contributed a bit more than just spamming the thread with links to your store's jackets.
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Yes please.

 

 

 

Pettinari Street Triple

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Yes please.

 

 

 

Pettinari Street Triple


 Very nice!

 

I love the current crop of Triumph bikes...here's my Thruxton from back when they still used clip-ons...

 

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^ that shot shows why they're off my possible list - the leg angle looks painful on those. Bonnie SE for me.
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^ that shot shows why they're off my possible list - the leg angle looks painful on those. Bonnie SE for me.
Yea it looks like the seat looks like its too close to the pegs
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Can anyone comment on frame sliders? Worth it?

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I'm not a big fan... They can sometime lead to bending the frame more than protecting it. A friend of mine once told me that it actually saved his bike (Z750) once.

 

And they also make the bike looks like a bicycle with training wheels...

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