He has obviously been riding long enough to have unique control of his bike. Therefor probably has a good understanding of the risks of riding without gear. If he wants to check-out as a highway crayon...so be it.
"If your gonna be dumb, ya gotta be tough"
hey, it's his own thing.
i like to cross the road without using the pedestrian crossing - you gonna make a thread about that too?
i'm rocking to my own beat
My gawd that's disgusting......did you assclowns see that guys brown walls ??? Gross.
I love how his helmet is tucked up on the headlight out of the way to.
that takes either no brain or some serious testicular fortitude.....
Mr. Cool is asking for a bee to fly up into his shorts. That would be good vid.
Image says it all ...
"Only a Biker knows why a dog sticks his head out of a car window."
i dont see an issue with this
total comfort on a long hot endless highway
you all know you would if you could
that is if you could afford to lose your poseing spot at the local starbucks and actually get out on a highway
There you all go, missing the point entirely! You're all fixating on the squidly rider, what sonofsam meant was look at that POS Hardley Ableson, that thing is a ticking timebomb. Throw in a set of brownwalls as an indicator of how he looks after it and voila timebomb, tick..tick...tick
+1 point for Pee Wee for being on the right track
never seises to amaze me how much the sport bike riders bash the harley pirates
i ride a yamaha a suzuki and im shoppin for a harley
funny thing is the used harleys on craigslist all seem to be racked with kms
if all these sport bikes are so superior why do they all seem to have such low mileage on craigslist
Last edited by newbusa; 08-01-2012 at 08:48 PM.
Self-solving problem, I guess.
Where do I find the intake snackle??
2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC
The counterpoint to this is sportbikes, well-built, reliable but too many riders that think a 150 km round trip (with a nice long Starbucks posing session in the middle and at the start and at the end) is a long ride. More of a reflection on the rider than the bike.