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Discussion in 'Off Topic Forum' started by stiggy, Nov 24, 2009.
2002 V-rod with custom paint and 240 rear tire on 8.5" rim
Here is my 07 Yamaha V-Star 1100...
Beautiful Honda as well, and there are some nice VFR's in here. They remind me so much of the Honda VFR Interceptors from the late Eighties since they are the direct descendants.
My first real road bike was a Kawasaki 600 Ninja.
I've has so many bikes both road and off road since then; and here's the latest:
Had a Heritage Softail, but she tried to kill me, so we parted ways.
'97 GSXR 750 for the track and '05 1K for the street
Nice form! you ever make it to Hallett?
I knew there was a reason I liked you boatman.....I have a 2008 Kawi 1600 Vulcan Classic. My first car accident at age 48 in September ended my riding while healing up from a dislocated right ankle and lacerations to my leg. If I'd have been on my Vulcan, I'd have never made it to my 49th birthday a month later.
Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone have any recommendations for music, for example speakers that fit on the handlebars. Also, something comfortable to wear under the helmet - I won't ride w/o a helmet even though its optional here in PA.
And, not sure how I missed this thread, but so great to see Droid users also who are riders. I just have an old man's bike, too old for the sports bikes.
All pictures taken from my BB Storm (except the last picture):
My bike before adding accessories:
My 2006 Vulcan 500 LTD that I traded in for the 08 Vulcan 1600:
Out on a family gathering:
Kury had some IIRC but they where a weee bit pricey
2006 Victory Hammer
Thanks. I'm in Northern Cali so I have not. Never heard of it.... hmm, where's Google?
Hallett Motor Racing Circuit I'm 3.5 hours away from this track so its sorta my play ground.
Oh, I ride all year around. And for you Ladies and Gents that do as well. I want to recommend a set of winter gloves off of motorcyclesuperstore.com Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves - Street Bike - Motorcycle Superstore these are by far the most comfortable and warm gloves I have worn. I ride in any temperature, so far my record is -10. Anything past 40 degrees, I suggest heated grips with these.