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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  09.08.2006 at 16:55
Well metalstormers, i'm sure that some of you prefer to ride motorcycles instead of cars. I love bikes and favourites types are Harley Davidson and Honda. I prefer them to be cruisers or choppers. They fill my heart everytime when i see such bike What do you think?... and if you can put pics of your favourite motorcycles. Let's enjoy them together


http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i279/virginiq/Bikes_2006/HPIM4516.jpg
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i279/virginiq/Bikes_2006/HPIM4573.jpg
Valentin B
Iconoclast

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Age: 24
From: Belgium

  09.08.2006 at 19:40
i'd kill for the second one
motorcycles are a lot more easily maneouvrable than cars,but highly dangerous if you ask me.did you know that in ~10% of motorcycle accidents,your testicles fall off?
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heresiarch
Forever Dead

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From: Finland

  10.08.2006 at 04:04
I had Honda cbr 600 few years ago but I sold it because I never had time to ride it and in Finland insurance is very very expensive
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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  10.08.2006 at 14:27
Written by Valentin B on 09.08.2006 at 19:40

i'd kill for the second one
motorcycles are a lot more easily maneouvrable than cars,but highly dangerous if you ask me.did you know that in ~10% of motorcycle accidents,your testicles fall off?

It can be dangerous, but the feeling is incredible
Xtreme Jax
Psycroptipath

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From: Australia

  10.08.2006 at 15:50
I love you for creating this thread!! I'l add this one to my favourites

Im a Harley Davidson guy myself, Titans are also nice ... Ive never been really interested in cars or anything else like that, but when it comes to MCs im in. More sexier than any car!

Here a picture of the future bike im aiming to get. Its a Harley Davidson Heritage Softail that is custom and handmade. Parents friend ordered all the part in and made it himself like a TRUE HD rider lol. Pictures are taken at my place, went for a nice ride after that



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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  10.08.2006 at 19:58
lol, it is incredible bike. I want it .How much money does it cost? I imagine myself on that bike, hehehe
Xtreme Jax
Psycroptipath

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Age: 26
From: Australia

  11.08.2006 at 02:16
Written by Beer Fairy on 10.08.2006 at 19:58

lol, it is incredible bike. I want it .How much money does it cost? I imagine myself on that bike, hehehe

Isnt it just beautiful . Um the pricing i think is around $29,000 plus for store price roughly, though i think this one was $32-35000 with all the shipment and cost for putting it together.

Though the price is worth the thrill
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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  11.08.2006 at 09:50
It is just ....no words to explain...hehehehe
+{Jonas}+
I R Serious Cat

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Age: 28
From: Colombia

  17.08.2006 at 06:46
I like a lot choppers. I want one.
Here's the one I want: If you have seen on People+Arts this program, you'll get what I mean. This is THE chopper:



The Black Widow. Period
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Xtreme Jax
Psycroptipath

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Age: 26
From: Australia

  17.08.2006 at 08:21
@ Reinhardt: Was that built on the show 'American Choppers' with the father and sons team? It is nice, just i find choppers to be sometimes uncomfortable if the custom job has sacrificed comfort for the look and style.
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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  17.08.2006 at 10:42
Yeah, i think so. This is one of the choppers that they made in "American Chopper".It is really cool. Looks great with that net.But if it was whole black it would be better (i just don't like red colour )
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Shapeshifter

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From: Estonia

  14.02.2007 at 11:56
I kinda dislike that show, coz they only order parts and put them together mostly, tho Mickey is awsome
Khm, back to the topic, i hate american choppers and they are only one i hate coz of the real long forward plug and the long distance from seat to wheel.

Id kill for this one
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Totemic Lust

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Age: 28
From: USA

  05.02.2008 at 04:54
Written by Valentin B on 09.08.2006 at 19:40

i'd kill for the second one
motorcycles are a lot more easily maneouvrable than cars,but highly dangerous if you ask me.did you know that in ~10% of motorcycle accidents,your testicles fall off?


Wear this http://rockhardhelmets.com/slayer.html and you don't have to worry about testicles.
+{Jonas}+
I R Serious Cat

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Age: 28
From: Colombia

  11.06.2008 at 17:08
Do ATV motorcicles count as cruiser motorcicles?
I'd love one of those. Here's the one I want: a Yamaha Raptor



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Beer Fairy

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Age: 27
From: Bulgaria

  15.08.2008 at 13:15




Well... best one!
Valentin B
Iconoclast

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Age: 24
From: Belgium

  27.08.2008 at 10:37



can someone please tell me how do you drive this thing??


on a side note, if i had the money, i'd get Orange County Choppers to build me 2 motorcycles, one the exact replica of the one on the album Painkiller



and another one an exact replica of Halford's motorcycle which he brings onstage just before playing Hell Bent For Leather(couldn't find a good picture )
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Cuca Beludo
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  21.07.2011 at 17:22
Written by Valentin B on 09.08.2006 at 19:40

i'd kill for the second one
motorcycles are a lot more easily maneouvrable than cars,but highly dangerous if you ask me.did you know that in ~10% of motorcycle accidents,your testicles fall off?


OMG guess i will buy an car now!
GoatBrewGuild

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Age: 27
From: USA

  21.07.2011 at 18:16
Well this is my thread. I made one a while ago but it got closed because there already was one?

Anyways...I ride motorcycles on a daily basis.

Here are my rides....

My current daily driver is a 2003 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider. It was a very rare bike. I have spent tons and tons of time with this big. I had it chromed out from the top to bottom. Almost every part that was able to come off was chromed.


My other bike which is my toy. Its a 2010 Ducati Streetfighter 1099cc. I have done tons of work to this bike. Fully track ready, I love riding this bike on the track.
CRG Levers, Termignoni Exhaust Slip Ons, Tune Boy (programed), Ohlins Front Forks (803), Ohlins TTX Rear Shock, To Many Extras.


I worked at a motorcycle shop for years.
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SerratedSyringe

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Age: 23
From: USA

  24.07.2011 at 00:51
At the moment it's not very practical for me to own a bike, however I do plan to in the not-so-distant future. I'm really into "rat bikes" and "survival bikes". No chrome for me.

Here are some of my favorites:



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GoatBrewGuild

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Age: 27
From: USA

  25.07.2011 at 19:08
Does anyone else actually own a bike?
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Valentin B
Iconoclast

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Age: 24
From: Belgium

  02.08.2012 at 19:41
Written by GoatBrewGuild on 25.07.2011 at 19:08

Does anyone else actually own a bike?

Pretty old post but I'm currently enrolling in a motorcycle license course, and then I will then want to buy either a chopper-style bike or "naked" as I don't really want speed or off-road maneuverability, just something to cruise around the city and on highways in.
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GoatBrewGuild

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Age: 27
From: USA

  06.08.2012 at 07:03
Written by Valentin B on 02.08.2012 at 19:41

Written by GoatBrewGuild on 25.07.2011 at 19:08

Does anyone else actually own a bike?

Pretty old post but I'm currently enrolling in a motorcycle license course, and then I will then want to buy either a chopper-style bike or "naked" as I don't really want speed or off-road maneuverability, just something to cruise around the city and on highways in.

Get a cruiser. Super fun bikes.
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― Hunter S. Thompson
Valentin B
Iconoclast

Posts: 10009

Age: 24
From: Belgium

  25.01.2013 at 00:06
Written by GoatBrewGuild on 06.08.2012 at 07:03

Written by Valentin B on 02.08.2012 at 19:41

Written by GoatBrewGuild on 25.07.2011 at 19:08

Does anyone else actually own a bike?

Pretty old post but I'm currently enrolling in a motorcycle license course, and then I will then want to buy either a chopper-style bike or "naked" as I don't really want speed or off-road maneuverability, just something to cruise around the city and on highways in.

Get a cruiser. Super fun bikes.

I did get a Honda Shadov VT 600. American-made in 2004. I gotta say it's one of the most attractive bikes I could have got my hands on and not spend a ton of money for it. The guy who sold it to me was quite nice too and let me have basically all his gear (except for the jacket and boots which I probably could fit twice in) and leather stuff he customized the bike with (he's gone the way of the cage so he doesn't need them anymore).
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Boxcar Willy
*sigh*

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Age: 18
From: Canada

  25.01.2013 at 03:08
Dirt bikes are more fun.
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Ace Frawley
The Spaceman

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Age: 41
From: Australia

  25.01.2013 at 12:32
Why do Harley's have to be so loud? They are anti-social.
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GoatBrewGuild

Posts: 1273

Age: 27
From: USA

  25.01.2013 at 22:09
Written by Ace Frawley on 25.01.2013 at 12:32

Why do Harley's have to be so loud? They are anti-social.

Because it sounds awesome, because safety, and because.
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Ace Frawley
The Spaceman

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Age: 41
From: Australia

  26.01.2013 at 06:40
Written by GoatBrewGuild on 25.01.2013 at 22:09

Because it sounds awesome, because safety, and because.


Point taken, taken and taken. Points well made.
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