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Discussion in 'Australia' started by OldOzy, Jul 8, 2009.
Not sure if this page has been posted before, but wet dream stuff here.
I saw multi Multi's, but not one Strom.
That got me thinking - about the proportion of twins. I can only remember three multis: a Super Blackbird, a Triumph Rocket III and a white Honda shaftie.
Can't be sure but in the pic at Trunkey Creek looking along the road on the left just in front of the shin of the fellow in black with the Ducati jacket it looks like a Vstrom badge. Don't remember any Vstrom having a full fairing like that though, so it's probably the Super Blackbird or the black VTR.
Mcargle with the K750gs in his younger days
The K series hadn't been invented when he was that skinny.
I am still in Germany and went to Berlin last weekend.
Saw all these.
I saw a lot of bikes parked out on the streets overnight, some with covers, some without. All cable locked through the wheels but it beats me how they can leave a bike out like that.
Very little off street parking of course.
One bloody crowded Continent !
We have it good in the lucky country.
The Scooter below, former East German manufacturer. Sometimes known as a Simson I was told.
Two smoker I think.
Off topic, but this is typical corner parking. No one seems to give a shit, until the fire truck has to get down the street.
when i were i Madrid, i noticed people parking cars. they would leave the cars in neutral (flat street obviously) and people will just barge the cars backwards and forwards to get in and out like you do with shopping trolleys. or they stop in the street perpendicular to the curb, get out and then push the car backwards between the other cars - with literally less than 4 inches between cars with mirrors folded in. unreal!!!
we have it good down under - even in crowded places like Albany... (where I saw more cars on one night than an entire week in Esperance- i was completely knackered form the stress!)
Not real but in the main Street of Arezzo.
Best statue Ive seen !
A couple of photos from this morning.
Interesting shop, I didn't get to talk to the guy he went back out to the workshop as soon as he realised I was only looking. Lots of trophies and specialised bits. There was also a late Moto Morini and Moto Guzzi and a couple of late SS Ducati's in the workshop.
Fronted a car service centre, the Porsche that rolled in past me had different badges on it.