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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.
They are Continental. I will have look more closely for the model.
From from last spring, X-USA road trip.
this is Awesome !!
Like these two shots, what a great place to ride !
2014 Airhead Tech Day in Centennial, CO. Great day, and lots of work done. More info in the Denver thread: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=951081&page=2
I did not want to post until I felt worthy, well I finally got everything the way it should be and took about a 70 mile ride The bike runs almost flawless what a fun ride it was not what I expected, cleanest smoothest air of any of my bikes no turbulence at all at any speed
Nice S, Devildog!
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'77 R100S. Very nicely done. One of my all time favourite BMW's.
Where are you in the Kootenays?
Schweet! That's worthy awright.
The Mighty Metropolis of Elkford near Fernie BC
This was posted over in Planktonnes blog, I think it deserves to be here too:
Beautiful BeeK Bamboo! It's gorgeous. Pray-tell I would guess it runs on compressed air though, Eh? My underwear isn't particularly expensive but my ass could be. (no sexual connotations are to be advanced through this Avrider posting, unless you have a chest that requires coverage in normal day to day public activity.) num num num num
What a great looking airhead, looks so clean and simple !
I really like that Airhead ... but I'll bet it's tough to ride if you're over about 5'10". That low seat and the unchanged pegs ...
But I LOVE the lines. Great execution on the tank and seat, and I also like the rear shocks.
Really nice! But I guess your panties gonna burn when driving...
I was kinda thinking the same thing, looks warm there!
I notice he's kept the stock exhaust hangers and the pipes ain't blue; I'm guessing he's got one set of pipes for show and one for go...
That bike definitely looks cool and the builder has some mad skills but I would need a bit more padding in that seat for my bony ass.