Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Tck13, Mar 15, 2006.
Yeah especially since they run out of idea after 30 seconds...
Here's a great one...possibly a repost...
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 :
Another good read from Ride Apart: http://rideapart.com/2013/08/10-motorcycle-riding-tricks-you-dont-know-yet/
R.I.P. Marco Simoncelli
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.
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.
Pettinari Street Triple
I love the current crop of Triumph bikes...here's my Thruxton from back when they still used clip-ons...
^ 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
Can anyone comment on frame sliders? Worth it?
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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