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post #1 of 7110 (permalink) Old 12-23-2011, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Bikes that REALLY blow your hair back.

I play on another website thread that is totally dedicated to posting Cool looking bikes. In fact I ended up playing bikes-on-line while I was looking for ideas on how to soup-up my GS850-Shaftie (Suzi, not BeeEm). Anyway, I never gave up. I just got my mits on these images and thought you RATS might appreciate them too. I am not a twin fan, or a scrambler fan, or a wafer thin seat fan, but this ROCKS! Dig the FCR's. Then I thought to label the thread as I did so that you might post your favourite bike images in the future too.









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Cool - huh?

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This is the nicest finish I've seen on a Deus yet. It'll be a very Kool townie once a nice pair of acceptable tyres have been fitted.












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I want to burn this bike and the guy who built it.

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