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post #1501 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 08:13 PM
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Here's the race-ready (sort of) Yammie R1:



Hurry up because they're only going to be on sale in Japan for eight days.

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Let's get back to serious manly motorcycles.

Hey HAP, I just HAPpened upon some specs for your Seriously Manly Motorbike; apparently it's 220kgs and therefore good for nuthin. One pot, 750cc, 45hp, two forwards gears and fahk all suspension. It's a Lemon!

http://www.gizmag.com/et-tu-brutus-s...orcycle/25021/

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Here's the race-ready (sort of) Yammie R1:



Hurry up because they're only going to be on sale in Japan for eight days.
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I'd rather have a Ural than a Brutus.

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I'd rather have a Ural than a Brutus.
I'ld rather have a ural infection than a Brutus. Well, not really but...

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You can cure that with a topical cream. (watch the video)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xph...ical-cream_fun

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The "URL", Ha! "URL"...close to "ural"... Anyway, the URL won't give Canadians access. I guess I'll have to live with the burning when I pee.

Don't know if this counts really but bikes in old pick-ups "blow my hair back" thinking of the possibilities.

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