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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by chiefrider, Oct 27, 2008.
No corners, looks Like a 1950's drag race to me, she's just fighting for traction.
Oh yeh, some great posts in this thread.
And anyone that's ridden a hand shift, foot clutch bike knows what that's like, especially when traction is 'compromised' with less than ideal surfaces. I may still have some leather from that King/Queen seat somewhere up my butt from the pucker factor:...:eek1
Thanks for posting this one.
I really like Blondie,
and I really like rotary engine bikes.
The one I have is a Hercules air cooled rotary W2000,
but not quite as in the second picture below.
The one I have is without the separate oil mixing system.
I have no clue who the girl is. I love this picture for numerous reasons.
Onya Tom, great first post, good attitude.
You'll fit in fine I rekn.
That is one serious looking HRD
Rare shot of the old Stealth Britbike.
LOOK! That dude in the second picture, by the front wheel of the BSA knows the ADV code!
This is awesome!Take that,Beemer purists!
Oh the horror, the horror!
I think that photo is hilarious!
I'd love to see what those guys look like now!
Old technology bikes.
Unfortuneately Hiromi on the left died in a practice crash. Japanese Speedway, Oto Resu. http://www.whatsonchengdu.com/news-...hiromi-sakai-27-killed-in-oto-resu-crash.html
We had a Japanese female racer come out her in the late 60's or early 70's on a 350 speedway bike, she raced against the local 500's at Brooklyn near Melbourne, I was probably there at the time.
Camel toe, more than an entire camel leg.
Oh no, get off the streets, it's the airhead chopper gang!
Compare the two;
OK, I'll take the Redhead..........