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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Hey Boss, great photo, reckon it would make front page material:
But you need contacts
PS You are going to get a s**t load of crap from the politically correct police regarding your riding gear, tell them to get stuffed.
Nice photo, Chief!
Hah, Evelyn at 85
is that Baldy?? forget about what the PC atgatt crowd say; Indiana Jones can do what he darn well pleases.
A hell of a thing to do to a 250Yama twin.
At least Robin could get away from this with his on board mini go-cart .
My Wife doesn't like it when that happens....
Love that shot, it's my new desktop!
Harley Davidson sidecar
Indian & Sidecar
Harley Davidson 11- J
It was sidecar weather this morning ...
I was thinking the same thing
Dropping into Telluride, Colorado, a few years ago.
Not a "planned" photo. Just turned out that way.
I visited the Kansas Motorcycle Museum yesterday http://www.ksmotorcyclemuseum.org/ and they had 3 rigs on display so I took some pictures for you.
1940 Harley 80
It has a brake on the hack.
1945 Moto-Scoot Delivery
The dog has better goggles and more modern lights...
Good use for a merry-go-round ride!
"Looks like a leaner"
Nah - A weiner.
I am surprised that no one commented on this Vincent/S500L outfit, built half a century ago by Malcolm Atrill and the same today save for the disc brakes. It was never a collectors' piece, has thousands of racetrack miles on it, been to Europe many times, and has been ridden hard in all weather. Every part of this machine deserves study, especially the handmade alloy and stainless bits made by Malcolm. This machine was, many years ago, the inspiration for my 650 Bonne/Steib S350. Gold Star silencer, 16 inch Dunlop alloy rims and racing tires, Smiths conical racing tacho...
Thank you for posting it, Kev.