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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by mikem9, Feb 12, 2012.
I love the way this guy puts it
That Enfield is nice. Any way to record the sound of the motor on that kind of ride?
Heaps of atmosphere in those pictures.
Motorcycle is gorgeous too. I know mine's growing into similar look, in due time: it's a natural evolution.
I thought I'll post a little update on my scrambler build. As you can see I'm working hard to make it look anything but the stock FT. And I will succeed, or die trying...
You're not even ready for this:
NO. They missed the mark. Seat's too big, square swing arm?! And look at that engine.
But this is comming form a guy who always compares that retro Triumph with a volkswagen new beetle:
Kawasaki did it right with the W-bikes, but the way these 'old' English bikes try to hitch a ride on the reputation of the legendary old English bikes is distasteful in my opinion.
Miob, you nailed it.
Ridiculous, poor taste, marketeering iso thinking. Oh yes, it's a bloody shame too.
Now, take Royal Enfield. Them guys do it right.
Yep, the Enfield guys do it right too, love their cafe racer.
Photo from last night on my Enfield:
Thought I would share my custom 1978 KZ400 scrambler with you guys.
Some pics with the Jerry cans:
And some without the Jerry cans. I prefer it without.
Her friend is a 1981 Yamaha SR500 cafe racer.
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finally! Hopefully its the bee's knees
It looks like 110% pure fun. I want one and I want it now.
I just forwarded that link to my local shop....
There is already a Ducati new scrambler:
The writeup I read on that Ducati sounded like a nice machine
That's very cool, how about some action shots?
Unfortunately, Terra Mostro seems to have gone out of business
That always seems to happen doesn't it?