Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: Harley Davidson FLSB
Join Date: Jul 2019
Other Motorcycle: Triumph Bonnerville
The most useless modification on a motorcycle.
Having bought a fair few second hand bikes in my time, I have seen all the mods you know the coloured bolts that fade after three months, the useless stickers, but sometime you just get that bike or mod on a bike and think what the actual FK, you know those people who will get a mint bike or classic bike and then turn in into a cafe racer, and you just want to grab and scream WHY.
So here are two to start you off.
The 883 Iron fender and strut cut.
I had this on my 883 Iron where a previous owner had decided it would look cool to cut the rear fender and the poxy frame down, yes that's right, wet mates, wet back and the ability to no longer be able to carry luggage on the bike. To look cool?.
Fireblade Swing arm.
One bored engineer, to much time on his hands and an utter waste of time to achieve nothing. A Fireblade fitted with a later year swing arm, it served no purpose what so ever, other than to confuse anyone that later owned the bike when fitting anything new like chain and so on. the amount of effort that went into it was something to behold, it apparently made the bike handle better (did it hell), more like served the vanity of a hen pecked engineer who should bloody leave stuff alone if its not broke.