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    Lambo V12 in a bike? Why not?

    Not sure how it's going to handle though...http://motosiklettelevizyonu.web.tv/...u__v7ic6xpatjo
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    Big shitty balls of shit, that's a bastard coated bastard with bastard filling

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    Been done in a better way
    http://news.motorbiker.org/blogs.nsf...4429MWEB4E.htm

    Actually saw the alu one at the knight and day on kingsway metrotown while back.
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    Been done in a better wayActually saw the alu one at the knight and day on kingsway metrotown while back.
    So you saw a hand built, Ferrari powered, aluminium skinned motorcycle from California at a restaurant favoured by senior citizens and the upper-lower class out on a date? It must have been Brad Pitt. I recall seeing Angelina Jolie shopping for floor dividers at the Winners that day as well. Or perhaps you had no clue what you were looking at.
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    I had a picture posted on here many years ago asking what the the thing was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boleyn Grnd View Post
    An amazing bit of fabrication. Reading about Andreas Georgeades shows matching skills that I could never attain. http://www.duccutters.com/AndreasGeo...Georgeades.pdfSo you saw a hand built, Ferrari powered, aluminium skinned motorcycle from California at a restaurant favoured by senior citizens and the upper-lower class out on a date? It must have been Brad Pitt. I recall seeing Angelina Jolie shopping for floor dividers at the Winners that day as well. Or perhaps you had no clue what you were looking at.
    http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...teresting-bike.

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    No, I'm good. I'm more of a curry fan. I had just lurked here long enough over the past six months to think this was more of the "information" that you like to "educate" people with. Way to go, you saw the Ferrari bike. I guess you aren't a complete git.
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    Where would you put the frame sliders?

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