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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by DCrider, Aug 20, 2010.
Extra $15 a year in MI
Some nice tags out there guys. I'm thinking of putting FLATS, BRIT, UK2US, or SHAG on my '72 Bonneville, any votes on these?
For that price and the change in my wallet I could buy tabs for another bike here. I'll stick with whatever number they give me. Although we do have a support our troops plate here i might consider that as the extra money goes to some program to help them or their family. I don't have to appreciate the political crap that sends them places I do have to respect and appreciate what they do for us.
Check out the list of where the money goes for California personalized plates: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/online/elp/elp.htm
The fees for "normal" ones go environmental programs and you can get one of the more specific ones to send the fees to the cause of your choosing, like save the whales, save Lake Tahoe, or save Yosemite.
Almost. Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa. Picked them up at a roadrace, same weekend as a Supermoto race at Beaverrun. I bungeed both tires on the back and rode home Turns out my rims are the same as SV 650s, which is why race tires for my bike are easy to find.
I had to abort my original trip (length of entire Blue Ridge Parkway) because that tire, when I took the photo, was getting down to the cord. Here's the story:
I found racing tires just don't last on the street, and I don't ride fast enough to appreciate them, so I've since gone to a Pirelli Scorpion on the rear.
And I'm thinking, gee, what do you spend a year on your bike, gas, tires, a dinner out, or even a night on the town. $15 or $25 a year or whatever, isn't much these days, compared to our pretty expensive hobby.
With the New England pronunciation
Why not stick to the theme MI-5, MI-6 ?
Hmmm, how did I miss those, good options
Sorry about the crappy pic, but here's mine...
Ya, we could save a couple $$ by going with normal tags..... but SWMBO and I have paid our child dues..... this IS our fun. It's also a great conversation starter....
We're going to pair it up with one of these next year on the little trailer we pull with the bike.....
<----- my favorite...
I've had a personalized plate on my bike for the past three years, and I've had various personalized plates on several of my cars for about ten years.
The number of people who have commented on a plate in all that time is probably less than a dozen.
That has been my experience too, and I have personalized plates on three bikes and a car. Half of the time it's kids trying to be funny saying "hey grandpa", or something. I just smile, because I'm (obviously) proud to be one.
With that IMS tank on my KLR I get comments about how I can really do some exploring with that big tank.
I had "CANOE" in my car in DC and now have "ICANOE" in MA. Gets comments all the time.
That's because your plate says "GOAWAY"
On the '86 Honda CBR600 Hurricane
I have one that just uses mine, the wifes, and the two kids first initials and our last name initial and the number 1 on the KLR.
J C A A H 1
Wife has PRRRT2, Sound it out as PURRR T 2 on the SUV
Daughter has QTBUGS1 on the Beetle
Got to love Va. they let you use the symbols & and -.
And your right about personalized plates are easier to remember.
I third that!
One might wonder what y'all are doing that makes you worried about witnesses?