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Old 11-02-2012, 10:06 PM   #1141 (permalink)
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Lefty. Have you been mating with my ferrets? Nixon's head was cool.

Anyway that last picture was the only one to focus in my eyes and the girls legs are very fine.
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HAP's dropping Kato bashing momentarily to return to Guzzi spitting.
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That's because he's not ambidextrous
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:10 PM   #1144 (permalink)
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Lefty. Have you been mating with my ferrets? Nixon's head was cool.

Anyway that last picture was the only one to focus in my eyes and the girls legs are very fine.
I was tired of Nixon.

And, yes, all the bikes I posted look good but the last one looks the best.
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For some reason, I've been thinking a lot about the Kwaka ZX-7R. I don't really know why...



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I have a mate who does trackies with me on a black one of those. He never gets out of the seat and he never puts his knee down; he stays locked in the one position like a Ken doll.

But try and get round him. Blindingly quick.
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Dude, look at the rear fender on the bottom bike. Could it get any longer?
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I have heard, though you never really know the truth on such matters, that in my fair state, the fender must come down to axle centre. The law is not commonly enforced. It is saved for moments when you neglect to ingratiate yourself to the authorities.
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For some reason, I've been thinking a lot about the Kwaka ZX-7R. I don't really know why...



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Righteous bikes, wicked, nasty handling, widow maker bikes. So much better than those whoosy guzzis you usually post. Lay off the farm tractors and give us the good stuff please.
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I wouldn't go that far, HAP.




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I have heard, though you never really know the truth on such matters, that in my fair state, the fender must come down to axle centre. The law is not commonly enforced. It is saved for moments when you neglect to ingratiate yourself to the authorities.
Interesting.
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