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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jul 27, 2018.
10 out of 10 for the basket weavers.
The electric one looks a bit like a snail under its shell.
Here is a 'low sider' Triumph (a low sider is what happens when you put stupid oversize dirt tyres on a heavy street bike and try to ride it around corners.
I have said it before ..... WHY??
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People who put knobby tyres on road bikes without actually using them off road deserve to have their bikes crushed.
lol same as people who have 4wds and go and put bullbars, lift kits , snorkels and knobbys but never see dirt
Snorkels are useful for increased airflow when the stock intake is 'restrictive' .... and bullbars are more appropriately called 'roo' bars here for obvious reasons .... and they are useful for mounting lights and aerials etc for general use and touring .... bars are good for carparks and roundabouts also ... mine has a front tow bar as well fitted under the bar to help with my right of way in traffic
Lifts and mud tyres etc are for the 4 wheeling wankers ... I stand on a step ladder already to clean the roof or to get into some areas of the engine bay with standard height
Just to show that even the Japanese can MURDER a bike.. this poor little SRX250 has been Murdered (blacked out) and modified to within an inch of its life.. have a look at the seat (is it a rigid or does it just have a sprung seat) and the way they have welded in some sheet to either use a different swing arm or extend the wheelbase.. and of course.. the tyres..
Rear end look's rigid is that a square tube instead of shock? and the SuperTrapp muffler hanger/'s come off the swingarm
Look's like the footpeg's are solid rod too
Satin black would have looked a lot better on the engine compared to the matt finish.
But i would just walk straight past that one if i was out and saw it somewhere.
It could well be square tube instead of a rear shock.. I just love the welds on the plate for the swing arm mount. It looks more like a series of rough tacks than an actual weld as there is daylight coming through. and they have moved the ignition from on the top bridge to in the right side cover.. it is right up there with the best of them.
Since it's a 90s model cb250, does that make it a decaf latte?
Just because it is rare:
And will there:
That's a 69 Honda cb72 Hawk 250 in the bottom. Now for latte racer, with wood trim!!
He already has one.
Is it me, or does this seat look like it's going to split you in half?
Just looking at that makes me want to grow a beard and get a latte
Too much black for hipster, needs more beige.
A virago that has been modified?! Unheard of!