|02-10-2011, 01:09 PM||#136|
Out of the office.
Joined: Dec 2003
Location: Where the Ghetto meets the sea.
I started riding in my early 20's
We used to tear ass around Seattle, Jeans, leather jackets work gloves.
I wore a full face just becasue it was more comfortable in the rain.
We were all on rat bikes. Cafe'd CB's and old Guzzi's and BMW's.
While I didn't have quite the epiphany that hardwaregrrl had
I've also changed what I ride, and how I ride. and what i wear when I ride.
It's great and it's awful what the web has done to bikes.
I'm glad that there are guys like these on the video out there loving riding,
Even if it's just for the blogability of. They still are getting it to some degree.
And the more riders there are the better off we all are.
On vacation for a spell
|02-10-2011, 06:41 PM||#137|
Dare to be Stupid
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Washington, DC, USA
How have I missed this thread!? I need to stop playing with those dang motorbikes and hang out here more!
I thought that video rocked. I watched it twice. Thanks for posting that, man. The bikes were cool, the song was great and the photography was wonderful. Only bad part: I spent the whole time staring at their asses trying to see the tramp stamp.
|02-11-2011, 09:48 AM||#138|
bikes, booze, broads...
Joined: Oct 2003
Location: Strangel Living West of Hell, SoCal
When those french guys (I would've guessed right-coasters) get bored (or dead) they'll go back to their safe lifestyles. maybe 1% will get new BMWs and new wardrobes...
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