Bicycles mounted on motorcycle picture thread

Discussion in 'Photos' started by Cavernous, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. Cavernous

    Cavernous Been here awhile

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    We've all seen em... show em if you've got them
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  2. DurtKlod

    DurtKlod Long timer

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    Like this?

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  3. HayDuchessLives

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    How about this? I absolutely LOVE this setup as it allows me to ride my motorcycle to work and meet my friends right after work to go bicycle riding. I used to have to always stick my bicycle in my car.

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  4. rIZOOgs

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  5. rIZOOgs

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  6. al bowlly

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    Two pleasures in one!
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  7. Steverino

    Steverino Arrogant Horse's Ass #1

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  8. reed523

    reed523 To pedal or not to pedal

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    Old pic. The KLR went to another owner. I had a lot of fun with this setup.
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  9. Blady Hassel

    Blady Hassel Hasselblady

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    it was long time ago, think in China, the guy was riding so fast i had no time to turn my camera on..
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  10. LordMDP

    LordMDP Been here awhile

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    not sure what happened to my other thread

    anyways

    show us how you did it!
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  11. HayDuchessLives

    HayDuchessLives Loquita

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    Overall I've been very happy to have a bicycle rack for my motorcycle :clap :D , but this one is kind of a PITA to put on and take off, even though it was supposed to be quick and easy. I had to have a few modifications made right off the bat and need to tweak a couple more things. It is somewhat adjustable and holds both a mountain bike or a road bike. It is very "interesting" :eek1 to ride when it's really windy on the highway as it catches the wind gusts, but other than that the rack has been very handy and the bikes themselves are easy to put on and take off.

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  12. Dexter2811

    Dexter2811 Been here awhile

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    I think something like this would be more "natural" in terms of riding on windy conditions...

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  13. MTgrrl

    MTgrrl New Adventurer

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  14. jestre

    jestre BanditRider

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  15. Helluvastella

    Helluvastella neophyte adventurer

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    This setup is good for dirt, or road
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    And if you want something to read that will put you to sleep faster than an Ambien martini, you could check out the article I wrote about the iterative process that lead me to this design here. Hey, I'm just a guy that likes bikes.
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  16. Helluvastella

    Helluvastella neophyte adventurer

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    Crosspost from the other thread about this:
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    This setup is good for dirt, or road
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    And if you want something to read that will put you to sleep faster than an Ambien martini, you could check out the article I wrote about the iterative process that lead me to this design here. Hey, I'm just a guy that likes bikes.
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  17. reed523

    reed523 To pedal or not to pedal

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    Nice timing on bringing this thread back. I'm now riding a ST1300 and am planning to get started on the mounting system for it this weekend. WooHoo!
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  18. Sumo64c

    Sumo64c Been here awhile

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    KLR style....:D
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  19. reed523

    reed523 To pedal or not to pedal

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    Simple but makes lane spltting a little tricky doesn't it:D
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  20. rogerdodger

    rogerdodger Been here awhile

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    I took my thule rack and a bracket made with the help of our boy Wheedle and made this.

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