Who has the best stickers on their motorcycle?

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Nodabs, Aug 24, 2013.

  1. Nodabs

    Nodabs Been here awhile

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    I'm trying to sticker up my GS's panniers and got wondering about what the best stickers out there are. So what do you got?
    Something a little different than the norm. My best idea so far is some that say "Authorised Vehicle" on them. Every place I go the signs always say authorised vehicles only, I figure that is where they keep the good stuff.
    Fire away!
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  2. daveinva

    daveinva Been here awhile

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    ADV sticker aside... My two favorites are these:

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  3. k-moe

    k-moe Long timer

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    All I've got stuck on my bike is bugs.
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  4. One Fat Roach

    One Fat Roach honey badger

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    same for me. And mud
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  5. T-Hall

    T-Hall tilting at windmills

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    LMAO. Me too. Those are the genuine ADV badges.
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  6. Mark_O

    Mark_O Drain Bamaged

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  7. JensEskildsen

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    I kinda like what the PO did to my Xt350:

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  8. Bar None

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  9. Bloodweiser

    Bloodweiser honestly

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    Seriously?

    If this was a harley forum,
    you'd be wanting to know who had the best patches.

    Still lame.
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  10. joexr

    joexr Banned

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    Harley?:huh Shows how little YOU know. He was waving his little DONG in your face and you didn't even know it.:lol3
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  11. Mark_O

    Mark_O Drain Bamaged

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    I have stickers on my bike from just about every ADV Rally I've attended. Those are my favorites.
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  12. CallMeBoog

    CallMeBoog hi functioning idiom

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  13. Mark_O

    Mark_O Drain Bamaged

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    Hawk lied.

    I still have to put this one on the bike.

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  14. car94

    car94 What's this Box for?

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    I must be completely anti social, I never buy stickers or patches or anything with some companies name on it other than the Vehicle itself. I have never asked anyone for a autograph I never buy anything from my favorite riders or drivers. I do have some T shirts with local shop names on them. Even stuff like Bikers for babies, I have 10+ years of patches and pins for this ride and some of them are on a cork board in the basement the other are in drawers. The only stickers I display out side of the ones on my tool boxes that I got free with parts purchases, is my US Army Stickers.
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  15. Wlfman

    Wlfman Long timer

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    I have this one on my DRZ on the cowling above the headlight.

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  16. Bill-66

    Bill-66 Hencho in Kansas

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    What country are you in? Probably there in Iliinois..they spell it "Authorized"

    So..no, that's not a very good idea..your pannier stickers are earned..not purchased from the internets..unless of course you're a poser..and excepting our ADV stickers..the rest should be from products you have bought and feel perform well..or places/rallies you have ridden your bike to..they're memories for the winter..when you're sittin' around in the garage..passin' a bottle around with the boys and talking about next seasons rides..

    I also have one that is a memoriam sticker, for a friend named Jim who died while slipping off a plank, loading a motorcycle in a van..(Yes, seriously)
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  17. BificusRex

    BificusRex Been here awhile

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    Not to be a dick, but jeezus-h-christ, if I go out like that I hope my friends come up with a great backstory

    and to the o.p.- did you consider some dilligaf stickers ? I hear they are best and will score you extra adv points at rallies
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  20. Bill-66

    Bill-66 Hencho in Kansas

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    Jim worked at BMW Las Vegas..owned the dealership before BMW's "new" store plan..sold out..became sort of an Ambassador at the new dealership..retired Air Force, mid eighties..helping push a bike up the ramp, slipped and fell, hit his head..died in the parking lot.
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