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nowt wrong with ducati! they have an engine noise that makes me giggle like a girlie!

triumph triples are tasty schmutter too... but then i would say that!

fireblades, 6s, 9s or beyond are bonkers tho....

but if i were to reignite my two wheeled mania, i'd go for something like.....



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Funny Paolo. Somehow I imagined you getting one of these...
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Funny Paolo. Somehow I imagined you getting one of these...
dude, my grandparents used to have ones of those when i was little. it looked just like that except it was green. my dad used to take me for rides on it.

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nowt wrong with ducati! they have an engine noise that makes me giggle like a girlie!

triumph triples are tasty schmutter too... but then i would say that!

fireblades, 6s, 9s or beyond are bonkers tho....

but if i were to reignite my two wheeled mania, i'd go for something like.....



STONKING!

Triumphs are a bit hard to come by here in the states and getting them repaired is a bitch. I actually came close to buying an old school cafe racer from the 60's not that long ago but when I looked into where I could take it to get fixed and there wasn't anyone for like 40miles away I decide to pass on it. I know cars well do 90% of the work myself but bikes are a different tale to me. Oh and figures you'd drool over that Husqy beast!
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Cool

is that real genuine Puch?

speaking of cafe racers......

new skool is old skool:



drop down bars and spoked wheels.... the lot!

i wonder if they leak oil too? right onto the back tyre?

Just coz you don't understand it
Doesn't mean it makes no sense!
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is that real genuine Puch?



new skool is old skool:


teh sex! i want to have its babies!

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so as i mooched thru pages of 2 wheeled porn, i found those items made by clever buggers who try to make a Harley plant go around bends and corners.... altho on this one, i think their efforts to initiate rear wheel steering has gone too far!



look at that exhaust pipe, located perfectly to spunk its greasey wad all over the rear tyre and brake disc!

Just coz you don't understand it
Doesn't mean it makes no sense!
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