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Discussion in 'Photos' started by GoGoGavin41, Apr 2, 2011.
Bearshark getting cartridge emulators.
I have a nice wife
Yes you do!
My 59 sits in my climate controlled mudroom over the winter. My 78 is out there too. I would have built the mudroom bigger if I had known I was going to park motorcycles in it at the time. Back in my 20's I did a frame up restoration on one of my bikes in the bedroom of my second floor apartment. I invited three friends over to get it down the stairs when it was done. 2HE
It was too hot in the shop with no AC. A guys gotta do what a guys gotta do.
Oh yes I see what you,v done there,you wanted to be hip and pretend its a Brit bike and fitted an oil leak!!!
Almost time to release the hound...
House Broken 1950 Vincent Touring Rapide
My rare red Vincent resides in the living room.
Me sitting on Wayne Rainey's 1990 World Champion 500cc Moto GP Yamaha. In the
study of his home a few years ago.
Ok I'm officially jealous.
Wow man- I'm jealous too...that's cool. Well, taking it back to earth and the other extreme...
I'm another who does inside repairs- so great to see others! I don't currently have a garage (miss mine) and living in a cottage I'm fixing up in a location I couldn't pass up. Hell of a trade off I thought I'd never make (but won't regret it as long as I can figure out how to make bike access to the basement....long story.) Anyway- had tp pull my engine owing to a busted casing the winter before last. Here's during and after, in my kitchen. Had to use ramps to get it up on the back porch and through the door.
Sometimes I sit on it and make motorcycle sounds
The KLR gets relegated to the unheated garage, poor thing.
I don't know my Husqvarnas - which one is that? It's a beaut.
Oops- sorry for the late reply!
Huge thanks man. It's a TE630...the replacement to the TE610 (which is what I was really after, but wasn't able to find one in decent condition at reasonable mileage.) Great all-arounder, for sure, but concerns about parts availability going forward as it was only a 1 year production run- the last under BMW ownership. SWM bought the tooling and is now making their version of it, so there's hope for the parts pipeline.
I had a walkout basement for about 6 years...used it as my heated garage for my bikes...
I'm eating an apple mainly so I can look like a douche. Also this was when I was filming working on my bike last winter....in my living room. My camera automatically takes screenshots when someone 'smiles'. Guess this looked like a smile.
Sometimes they aren't so well housebroken.