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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jul 27, 2018.
Bosozoku, I think it means "no style" in japanese
Bosozoku= "running out of control tribe" Im into tacky chic so it kinda appeals to me...not that I would ever do it
The bikes are much tamer than the cars lol
Hmm I quite like this one, a tad long needs to be shortened by about a foot or so...My next project going to be a rigid fame..just not sure what bike Im going to butcher mod
Although the bikes have tacky bolt on stuff and incorrectly mounted fairings they haven't cut the frames, put pod filters on CV carbs or stupid car type tyres on them, and no rattle can flat black.
bosozoku is awesome . I'll just leave these here haha
Can't find the techno one someone made but here's the original
and now for something that isn't a dog, brat, bobber, cafe, shitbox 4" angle grinder and can of matte black spray paint.
This is what sports bikes looked like before the current wave of hideous garbage became fashionable.
See more at http://raresportbikesforsale.com/tag/spondon/
Go on, tell us what you really think.
Nice bike though.
A KR1S bobber. As if Monday wasn't painful enough.
Why do people do these things....
But wait, there's more!
Another good road/trail made into something that is neither.
Someone please squash this insect before it breeds.
Here are some lovely old classic tyres to go with some of these classic bikes.
And here is an eBay ad for the very same tyres.. oh I wish I had a really old classic bike to put a set on...
Classic bike??? Classic bikes (1940 to 1970's) didn't run tyres like that except for Sumbean S8 and Hardley WL's, neither of which I would want.
These tyres are just for hipster/cafe/blobber/brat/etc things that don't go far or around corners. True cafe racers wanted tyres that handled.
All a bit tongue in cheek.. I just love the name of them
for the people who live up north
What the ???
One sad looking TS250 !!