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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Looks like it would get all over the left ass cheek of the passenger too.
sorry- couldn't resist...
Occupy the dragon!!!!
Now with sound effects!
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Check out them nice ape hangers....
Undercarriage might be a little soft and broken-in, but I bet she sure handles well
Guy really should be covering brake.
If you are good at meme (meeming) photos Jay Leno is starting a segment on that and you can send it in and be on TV.
See 11:28 of this episode http://www.nbc.com/the-tonight-show/video//monday-november-28-2011/1370855
Hahaha!! I had to go back and look at the original. I was like, how did I miss the chubby bubbles girl. lol
Cruiser riders don't use front brakes.
Cuz they knows how ta lay er down.
You mean I'm not supposed to rely only on the small drum brake at the back of my 600 pound bike :huh
Well with your arms stretched in the air like that it would be hard not to slide up the tank and catch your manhood on the handle bars if any real deceleration happened.
Nobody? 38 hours? Weehehehehell then...
You FFs are slipping.
I thought it was a failed boob flash TBH
The Scuba divers were clearly heading to this....
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Oh man, the shadow of the cameraman at 25 secs...
I've done that alone, in november, just before dark, temps right at freezing.
Pool was smaller, and only chest deep. Bike comes out much easier (when alone) if you leave as much as possible in the water, get the bars and seat on land, then 'flip' it.
There's nothing like looking at the headlight shining up through 4 feet of water or so...