HD misadventure bike

Discussion in 'Moto Bellissima: All Other Dualsports' started by Takin'aTrip, Aug 26, 2016.

  1. Takin'aTrip

    Takin'aTrip I have miles to go before I sleep

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    Based on a StreetBob...14" Legend shocks, longer fork tubes, 17"/19" laced wheels, Anakees, silly exhaust...I like it for its absurdity...I'd swap for a more simple 2-1 Bassini, fab a front under fender to protect the motor, fab securing mounts for soft bags, fab a full bash plate and rear disc protector...and go have fun on the roads and hardpacks lol

    Discuss....
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  2. Yossarian™

    Yossarian™ Deputy Cultural Attaché

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    Looks like a real GS killer to me.
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  3. Takin'aTrip

    Takin'aTrip I have miles to go before I sleep

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    Built specifically for certain HD fanboys...obviously :D

    Even Sasquatch and his fair-complexion cousin Yeti would avert their eyes and hide their younginz if they hear and see this beast coming their way.
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  4. Hoak

    Hoak Long timer

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  5. Takin'aTrip

    Takin'aTrip I have miles to go before I sleep

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  6. Jake Mountain

    Jake Mountain Been here awhile

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    And it probably only weighs 700 pounds.
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  7. llamapacker

    llamapacker Mr. Conservative

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    I like the white one sitting next to it!
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  8. TBR

    TBR One Life ~ Live It...

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    Aussie HD importer Fraser Dyna Scrambler build....

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  9. Tin Man 2

    Tin Man 2 Long timer

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    The Sportster makes a nice Scrambler, all kinds of torque and weighs the same as most big ADV bikes. The Dyna frame is almost 100Lb.s more. But really, with the market flooded with coffee house Scramblers, why bother?
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  10. TBR

    TBR One Life ~ Live It...

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    Some pics of my gone but not forgotten S&S HD Custom Scrambler 1991 (1450cc) out and about cruising the Tibetan Plateau / Gansu - China (2003)....

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  11. OtterChaos

    OtterChaos Guzzi Sud!

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    Man TBR that looks like it would be hard to ride on rough roads. Looks like very little suspension travel front or rear and with those forward controls not much ability to standup and absorb the bumps with your legs. Quite adventurous.
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  12. Norty01

    Norty01 Occupant

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    Never knew about the "Carrducci". Very interesting indeed. An aluminum frame and Buell power plant, and that could be a real desert sled.
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  13. vtwin

    vtwin Air cooled runnin' mon

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