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post #811 of 4640
Saw this today: http://ducati.com/bikes/superbike/84...11/14/index.do Mmmmm.
post #812 of 4640
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The 848 evo is definitely a cool bike. The power bump is nice. The more aggressive cams will allow the bike to actually make more power when a full system is added whereas the gains on the current 848 are very minimal with a full system because the bike is cam limited. However, I wish Ducati would actually put good suspension on that bike rather than the crap that comes from the factory.
post #813 of 4640
My life would be over in 10 seconds if I ever tried going on one of those bikes.
post #814 of 4640
I can't wait until i get a bike, taking the BRC in September, so hopefully I'll make a purchase in fall.
post #815 of 4640
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o that's nice...
post #816 of 4640
Brad Pitt's bike....anyone recognize the make/model or is it custom???

a close-up of the maker's logo on the handlebars is here


post #817 of 4640
That bike is custom for sure. cruiser with ohilins suspension doesn't exsist in stock form.
post #818 of 4640
This one-off custom was built by O. Ray Courtney in 1936 and is based on a 1930 K.J Henderson. The bike is powered by inline four cylinder.




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post #819 of 4640
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Brad Pitt's bike....anyone recognize the make/model or is it custom???

a close-up of the maker's logo on the handlebars is here



It looks like a Confederate motorcycle to me. I've seen pictures of Pitt on a different Confederate motorcycle, however not that particular model. Confederate motorcycles are high dollar "boutique" bikes made in Louisiana.
post #820 of 4640
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It looks like a Confederate motorcycle to me. I've seen pictures of Pitt on a different Confederate motorcycle, however not that particular model. Confederate motorcycles are high dollar "boutique" bikes made in Louisiana.

yep, its Confederate F-131 Hellcat, $69,000 worth...
post #821 of 4640
Already thinking about what my next bike is going to be.. The new HD Dark Customs are right up my alley, especially the Crossbones. Didn't like the fit of it though, so will have to just admire it as opposed to ride it. Maybe a Fatboy?
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This one-off custom was built by O. Ray Courtney in 1936 and is based on a 1930 K.J Henderson. The bike is powered by inline four cylinder.




Oh my god that is absolutely beautiful.
post #823 of 4640
Snapped a pick of this WW2 BMW R75 on Queen East this afternoon...looks like it still has a machine gun mount in the front of the sidecar..... Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us
post #824 of 4640
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Already thinking about what my next bike is going to be.. The new HD Dark Customs are right up my alley, especially the Crossbones. Didn't like the fit of it though, so will have to just admire it as opposed to ride it. Maybe a Fatboy?

The Fatboy was the bike that attracted me to motorcycling...
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The Fatboy was the bike that attracted me to motorcycling...

I am actually sloely turning on to the idea of a Street Bob, instead of a Fatboy. It's a great looking bike, but a lot of money for somebody who wouldn't get a ton of use out of it.. Here's the Street Bob, not my pictures:







Love that solo seat, and the overall stance.
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