Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by HardwareHeaven, Jun 22, 2005.
Love the bike , but there is only one thing I don't like about it, and this isn't your fault, who was the one who thought of bright yellow liscense plates!? I mean c'mon :lol:
Did not even notice that. Not only is it yellow but HUGE!!!
A bike plate in the US is tiny compared to that one. (1/2 that size atleast)
Really is a sweet bike.:w00t:
problem is in the UK, Ireland they are pretty strict about the size of those. if you put on a small one, you get stopped by the cops and fined.
Nice bike.... looks like a huge amount of elbow greece has gone into polishing it..... rare glimpse of Z in the reflection.. (last pic)
They could atleast let you use a liscense plate with a more dull color like the bike.
Hey, didn't notice that
doesnt really matter, its only dudes in cars who see it all the time :x
Christ be careful Allan, dont dump that beast on the tarmac
(my mailing adress is: .... LOL)
but I prefer Harleys........
bloody YANK thing..
Where's the girl on the back?
Looks sweet, bro.
I could actually see Allan riding that. But I would look so out of place attempting to ride that thing lol
Awesome bike, man. have fun with that, and god speed
awesome bike man!!! sooo sweet im sure its blazing fast too ^_^
...Which is why I don't take dad up on his offer to start riding with him. He wants me to ride a crotch rocket, and I'm a 6'1" 225lb man. It just wouldn't look right.
Very, nice looking bike Zardon.
That depends on the size of the chassis, im 6ft 3 - 240lb - looks fine on me. but the blade is a decent size.
That really is a sweet motorcycle! :drool:
it does look really nice indeed.
Yes they are an american institution for sure. However I hope I dont offend any harley bikers here when i say that they are probably some of the worst bikes in the world. they are overpriced, they underperform and they also handle like a tub of lard on an icerink.
But hey its all personal taste, and when I rode one in california for a few days it was a fun experience to a degree on straight roads (hey who doesnt want to be an extra in "easy rider?" ) . but they really are the most awful handling bikes. The suspension is excessively soft and they bounce around, the engines are weak and the overall feeling would be like strapping a sofa onto a set of wheels.
But they are bikes and I still prefer them to cars !
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