"no lame bikes" - bullshit.
It's a frick'n JOKE. besides, that IS a pretty lame bike there BF. Nice Red shoes, yellow jacket look. You must'a had your smoke visor down when you got dressed. I got you beat though. I gotta find the picture of me riding a CBX550 that burned so much oil the boiz at work asked me (very seriously) what year my two stroke was.
ha ha good times though.
Rode a Harley DynaWide Glide once......once was enough. It had a 100 inch Screaming Eagle kit in it with racy Cams and all that other racer boy stuff. It sounded pretty good at idle and even when you cracked the throttle, I`ll give it that, but biker boy made it sound like it was gonna move like a top-fuel bike......pffftttttttttt, whatever, I`ve ridden faster Pocket bikes. It was really unimpressive which was a suprise because you`d think an 800 pound polished Turd would have some sort of redeeming quality. I would have let buddy ride my RZ but I didnt want to see a grown man cry.
FUCK ! I won another BWS fiddy today:rockon that's two , a Derbi Predator, and a Piaggio 150 "The Fly" (Sof-tee's) I think I can start my own race team:devillook
I too had a chance to ride a HD when I was about 17 yrs old, and after getting off of a RD 400 to a 1200 cc twin, I mean how bad could it be ? atleast 3 times the power of my been shooter..........and WTF no brakes ? I got off the thing as soon as I could .
my starter bike. 81 kz750, paid $250.00 for it. definitaly one POS, self seizing front brakes, shot steering head bearings, metal bits in the oil, hockey tape on the seat, no keys (flew away by the Wakefield), etc. etc. It lasted two years until a courier backed over it at work. Sold it Honest Al and purchased my next bike from him (mistake!) and unbelievably met the next owner on the ferry years later... who knew my name(!), and an unforgettable quote was "I've never changed the oil, it just leaks out. So I just keep topping it up." then he showed me the crack on the block.. eek.
I don't have any pics on the hd but it looked like this.
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