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Did Frank Gehry* design this eyesore?

*I would love to wire all his buildings for controlled demolition, then in the words of Larry Silverstein, "pull it".

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melted fuel filter

oh well just wasted the evening stripping my spare engine for shims
looks like i will have to buy eight for the exhausts as they were all the same fucking size ..... would have had more enjoyment putting pins in my eyes :disappointed:

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Find out here what's worth spending your money on and what to avoid like the plague

@HOSBUSA No, you're right, I think they're just bling too, doesn't stop me liking them, along with all the rest of that machined alloy stuff - rearsets, oilcaps etc. Costs a fortune and adds nothing to the value of the bike - I just quite like the grips in black, not sure how comfortable they'de be, but I think I'll save my money...


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The place to chat about your new lid, or to find out which gloves you should go for next time
Cute or Disgusting?

@BaldE35 said:

everyone seems to got out of their way to wear one. Bowlers...


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Discuss the latest developments in MotoGP and its support classes here.
Modern Pepsi Suzuki please? come on Pepsi it's the perfect match!

Now that looks very good indeed

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Discuss the latest developments in World Superbikes and World Supersport here

@Snev God, you are a big boy, don't believe anything you are told, especially from a big hat wearing,, big bukkle on belt, pointed boot;s type of person, ya'll.

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Know where there's a 'safety camera team' in action. Share the joy here
L plates

@jaffa90 said:

Yeah I saw this thread but wasn't sure if it could be on mudguard because although it will be visible from front it won't be facing forward fully

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tours&rental in Croatia

@Beelady said:

I'd want a bike I could touch the ground on which limits my choices. I've only had two bikes that haven't had to be lowered, both cruisers.

This Yamaha should work.

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Opinions on Chinese Bikes

That's told you, STS..... :laughing:

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Get advice about what bikes to buy and how to get the best deal

Honda big one, 19998 for sale. 9000 genuine miles dry stored since 1999. Red/White. Immaculate. 12 months mot. located in Devon.

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Hope the Forum update

fixes this problem.

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Extremely easy to use ride journals from Journey Logbook

After taking the motorcycle ride of a lifetime to Alaska, I was going through all the photos and realized so much information was missing and I couldn't recall a number of specifics just days after coming back home. So many details about what was seen, what side roads were ridden, the names of some of the people I met on the adventure, the names of some mom-and-pop motels and eateries, hidden campground locations, and so much more were gone from my memory forever. It's the same problem I have encountered on every great motorcycle journey I've taken. The scraps of paper I had used along the way were nowhere to be found; there had to be a better way documenting these trips.

Chatting with others that travel on motorcycles, RV's, cars, roller skates, whatever...most everybody report the same problem. How to quickly and painlessly document all of the things on the journey that you want to remember later...without spending an hour every day doing it?

Problem solved.

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