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Old 12-06-2012, 03:32 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I had a slightly modded SV650 turned into a cafe racer, beautiful blond in a red Ferrari stepped out of the passenger side and asked if she could sit on the bike and get a picture. I thought it was awesome that a $4k bike was cooler than some red car. But, not hugs or kisses.

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Old 12-06-2012, 06:51 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Ropeferry View Post
Also, I am doing part time work here in California, so I bought a second Bonneville here. My two sweethearts have never met, and I intend to keep them apart. kinda like having my wife meet my west coast girlfriend, no need to cause unnecessary jealousy and conflict (if the girlfriend part was true, I wouldn't post it here. But, I also would keep her a secret to keep my wife from separating me from my private parts with a dull knife.)
Some women are into threesomes. Just saying.

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Nothing but old guys (like me) coming up and starting conversations about how they liked their Bonnies back in the day and what year was mine. I tell em it's an 07 and half of em are amazed Triumph is still in business.
I get that at least once a day from some guy calling out to me while I'm at the lights; "Hey, what year is it?" When I'm in a real mischievous mood, I yell back, "It's 2012" like in the movie The Terminator when Reese arrives from the future, and ride off as the guy looks at me confused.

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Old 12-06-2012, 08:53 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I was having one of those parking lot conversations you get into when riding the Bonnies, an old guy telling me about his bike back in the day.

He couldn't ride anymore for health reasons, and he missed it obviously.

Towards the end of the conversation he just reached out and put his hand on the bike, and his eyes drifted away and his mind wandered off to whatever he was thinking. Some serious fondness for the machine and some longing for the old days went on in those few seconds. It was pretty cool to watch.

Bugger the guy couldn't ride anymore, he really missed it.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:36 AM   #14 (permalink)
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got one similar, story that is. I will inject a Buell this one last time into this thread.

I acquired a very special Buell a few years back. Unknown to me though at the time. Skipping fwd a bit. Mr. Buell was giving a tech seminar in Joplin. I wanted a picture of him and the bike for my den wall. The day went long and light was lost for the photo op. He had his back to me as I wheeled the bike onto the showroom floor. He turned around and the look on his face was priceless. A tear crept down his cheek. Like seeing a long lost child of his. A smiled registered as he turned to the small crowd and went into story behind designing the backrest. Got some photos taken, chatted a bit about the bike and its history. He was proud to see it still on the road and being ridden. A hearty handshake, a bro-hug and a quick thank you from him. That moment, that evening, seeing that particular '92 RS1200 had made his week. From an email from another friend. That moment was relayed around the office when he got back to the factory.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:45 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Bolt a gravy boat to your bike, the crazy factor goes through the roof...
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:47 AM   #16 (permalink)
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In 1973 I rode my CL450 to a family gathering. One of my sisters friends asked to be introduced to me because she had a CB175 that wasn't running. I went back to her house, fixed her clutch, and never left. Alas, she doesn't ride anymore.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:08 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Old 12-06-2012, 12:53 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Bolt a gravy boat to your bike, the crazy factor goes through the roof...
Oh Yeah! Flocks, herds, gangs, mobs....
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Old 12-06-2012, 01:59 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Years ago I was on vacation with my buddy. We were on new KZ1000 MK2s.
We rode through Death Valley and when we got to the first town we found, Lathrop Wells, we stopped for gas and a cold beer. ( man it was hot!!)
Lathrop Wells at the time had only two gas stations (one was closed ) and two bars(again one was closed).
The open bar was called the Shamrock Inn. We bellied up to the bar and bergan getting refreshed. We were the only guys in the place. Lot of good looking women however. A couple came up to us and were wanting us to take them for a ride on the bikes. I said no way, I was too hot , tired and thirsty.(a decision I regret to this day)
My buddy said OK and left .
Sometime later they return, him with no shirt on. The girl goes behind the bar and gives him a new T shirt. As we are leaving and he is putting on the new T shirt I ask what happened to his shirt. He explained that the girl wanted it. She told him she would give him a new one for it. His T shirt was a RB Furniture Rental shirt that said " We lease by the Piece".
The shirt he got back was Shamrock Inn; Best Lay on the Highway.
He didn't say much more about the ride other than it was a worthwile ride.
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No, but have had more than a few people tell me to kiss them in unpleasant sounding places.
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