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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by BubbaZanetti, Mar 7, 2008.
Always thought it looked good in print but the actual bike ugly.
I always thought the unique design and attention to detail resulted in an absolutely stunning bike.
That Paul Smart is a handsome piece of machinery.
Have I posted this already? Can't remember if I did....
Anyway, I know they don't seem to have "aged" well but I have to admit to a weakness for early 80's bikes (maybe because I started riding in 1982?)
This is one of my favorites, 1980 - 83 Suzuki GS1150ES:
I love the colors and the shape of the fairing and windshield (which is funny because I generally don't like fairings but on this bike I think it works.)
To each their own, but I can't say I'm a fan. That generation of GS1100 had perhaps the best lines of the Katana-inspired bikes, but the two-tone paint and that fairing put it a full notch down in comparison to a single-color silver or red GS1100E standard. It's not awful, but there are better looking bikes. In fact, there are better-looking '80s Suzukis...
I liked the lines of this old Suzuki better
Still one of my all time fav's...
My cousin had one of these:
What a beauty....
Everyone swoons over the new Ducatis, the old ones do it for me. I grew up idolizing the 748/916/996/998. This is serious dream bike goals.
Way too many beauties in this thread.
Here's one that worked for me.
I actually agreed with you, with it being a toss up between the Bonnie or an early Sportster.
I love the swing arm on those:
1982 Kawasaki KZ1000R
I’d love that! And a green ZRX. And the new 900RS cafe in green, too!
I say the 1988 Kawasaki ZX10 was one of the best looking road bikes of all time
That looks dope, but there’s too many cylinders.
Why'd you sell it?
A triple would be da bomb
twin, homie, twin.