Has anyone ever done drive-through on a bike?
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    DELTA-ONE Array Kakashi's Avatar
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    Has anyone ever done drive-through on a bike?

    As states above.

    I just wonder if anyone has and what was it that you got?


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    i hit MCd's on the way out Fridays going out to Mission race track, just to save time..... the girl there says I'm the only bike that has ever come through her window...
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    Got a hot chocolate from Tim's !!! Layed it on the tank and drank it in the parking lot and had a smoke !!

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    Ketchup on your nose!!

    Quote Originally Posted by lowlife
    i hit MCd's on the way out Fridays going out to Mission race track, just to save time..... the girl there says I'm the only bike that has ever come through her window...


    I can see it now....riding down the freeway ..helmet on your mirror ..one hand on the bars...other holding a cheese burger ....big drop of ketchup on your nose !!!

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    I read on another message board once, that a rider tried to go through a drive-thru in the middle of the night and they refused to serve him.
    If that happened to me, they would either serve me or need police presence to escort me away.

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    I used to do it all the time. Threw the bag into my tank bag. Never could figure out how to handle a drink though. Watch out for those oil spots!!!

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    Back home me and friend went through the 24hr drive through... one bike couldnt set off the sensor but both bikes could. I took my food in my teeth and rode around to the parking lot.... your probably thinking wait.... you used your teeth? Yes cuz back home helmets arent required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowside
    I used to do it all the time. Threw the bag into my tank bag. Never could figure out how to handle a drink though. Watch out for those oil spots!!!
    the drink is easy, you get it at the gas station before you go to the drive through, a 1 liter coke fits nice in the tank bag.
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    If only they made "beer helmets" kinda like those beer hats with mugs on either side with straws going down to your mouth.

    I would order coffee at Timmys and drink it through my helmet
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    I went through the drive-thru at the McDonalds at Main/Terminal. Rode through and put my foot down on a huge oil patch and almost lost it. I should have known better. Luckily, i managed to negotiate the weight properly and nothing happened. I guess the fact that I was in a new environment (the drive-thru) made me forget about the basic laws of motorcycling = do not ride in lane position 2 because of oil!

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    mcds breakfast fits nice in tank bag and stays warm too

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    Yup, I used to put McZargald's or whathaveyou in the saddlebags after a drive-through pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crass
    If only they made "beer helmets" kinda like those beer hats with mugs on either side with straws going down to your mouth.

    I would order coffee at Timmys and drink it through my helmet

    that'd be awesome!! all it'd need is some sort of aerodynamics for the beer cans. it would feed them cold air as well as cut down on resistance.

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    the fun part is with a drink sitting on the gascap/tank..... (i don't believe in tank-purses)
    you can still turn, and for the most part, the drink stays in place while you're leaned over.....so long as you give it enough gas....
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    Quote Originally Posted by KO7
    I read on another message board once, that a rider tried to go through a drive-thru in the middle of the night and they refused to serve him.
    If that happened to me, they would either serve me or need police presence to escort me away.
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