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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by benwood, Aug 22, 2006.
I love the look of the Thrux,
Would they allow the mounting of the City Bags?
This thread needs an update. The bonnie's been away since November so here is a pic from a tour in the summer.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/91136788@N05/9531794960/" title="Old Millitary Road by fraser2312, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5326/9531794960_8951b5aaf1_b.jpg" width="1024" height="282" alt="Old Millitary Road"></a>
I moved to Texas to get away from the ice and snow. The funny thing is, I think my wife and I were the only ones in the state with an ice scraper.
I didn't think this bike would do much for me until I rode a buddy's last year. It was much better than I expected. Found a deal on a leftover '13...
The flyscreen (std on the 2014's) is in the mail, as are the rubber tank knee pads. The British Customs Predators are being installed tonight.
Nice bike. I am not a 2nd bike person, but man if I don't drool over the bonnie family, the thrux in particular - give me a thrux with bonnie bars and a scrambler crank!
Easy, buy a Scrambler and swap the pipes and bars. I don't think there is a part on the bike that doesn't have a million bolt on customization parts.
Not that easy. Some parts on a Scram just don't cross over that easy to other models. Ever try to swop foot controls?
Ah, you want the rearsets? It can totally be done, but you gotta pay to play.
My final Bonnie pic. at least of this one. This guy bought it from me after this test-ride.
Here's mine, only done a couple of hundred miles so far, but enjoying it -
'alright damn it, that's it. I'm gonna have to put me some stripes on my white flairing. 'Nice.
Nice! Looks like a '13. Must be be brand new, the header pipes haven't gone blue yet. What mufflers are those?
I recently rented a T-100 Bonnie for 48 hrs. I had to fight to be the guy in the seat for the 720 miles I put on it in that time.
First it was this guy.
Then a pair of velociraptors.
This guy with the '59 Caddilac fin.
Luckily the scorpion was more intrested in dinner than riding.
I was sure I'd lose out to this guy.
But, I got away from them all and made it to the Stinking, uh Salton , Sea.
And then wheelied off into the sunset.
work in progress
WOW, that's gorgeous!
Thanks, just over 1,500 miles now and I can't stay off it, my other bikes are being seriously neglected.