Post your Airhead pics

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. Arktasian

    Arktasian Lets call it Naturalized

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    Can you explain that "Chernobyl" like item on your fire pit - special log?
    If you're taking reservations, put me down for dinner at 8 please.
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  2. 70sbudget

    70sbudget Adventurer

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  3. Big Bamboo

    Big Bamboo Aircooled & Sunbaked Supporter

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    Make mine medium rare! :dukegirl
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  4. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer Supporter

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    Just a random hollow log, Lorne. Hollow logs always get special treatment at the camp fire.

    This is Henning's 75/5 with 900 jugs iirc. This bike will have over 500k miles by now, I should have asked for a mileage update. Henning has organised the Alpine rally for the last 30 years and this rally was his last as organiser.
    Good on you Henning!

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  5. Arktasian

    Arktasian Lets call it Naturalized

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    Jeff, just when it seemed the "grapes of wrath" exploits on your RStaurant couldn't wow us any further, you offer the "Volcano Chimney Stump" fun time camp site item.
    I have to get out more :fpalm .
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  6. WRC51

    WRC51 Long timer

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    Had run to the local ACE hardware this morning for some PVC fittings, I told my wife I would be right back. Well about 2 hours and 40 or so miles later I did make it back, I love riding this bike it is so much fun to ride I have a hard time stopping once I get out on it.:D

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  7. Renner

    Renner combustophile

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    looks like the uptown area, 3rd & Grape-ish
  8. WRC51

    WRC51 Long timer

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    I have been by this Coffee -Scooter place quite a few times, I was able to stop today to check it out a little better. The owner has a real nice selection of bikes in his stable, even a nice 80 G/S, and the Iced coffee is great.

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  9. WRC51

    WRC51 Long timer

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    Sorry about the double photos, :1drink
  10. tennessee thumper

    tennessee thumper Long timer

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    Toodling around Italy on a rented Multistrada 1260 last month. Made a pit stop here... IMG_1691.JPG IMG_1690.JPG IMG_1688.JPG IMG_1686.JPG
  11. tennessee thumper

    tennessee thumper Long timer

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    Sure other have posted pics of this shop but it really is worth repeating.
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    rockt Long timer

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  13. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer Supporter

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    That shop produces a lot of silverware!
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  14. sprouty115

    sprouty115 Long timer Supporter

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    Wow, are those all restored bikes that are for sale?
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  15. Uke

    Uke visualist Super Supporter

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    Pretty sure it's a Migsel sidestand.
  16. CNRED

    CNRED It'll be OK Supporter

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    It is, they are pricy, just bought one for my GSPD. A little over $300.00 US including shipping.
    They work pretty well, a little fiddley with the center stand at times.
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  17. SohoPhil

    SohoPhil Been here awhile

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  18. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer Supporter

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    :y0!The only paint job that looks the same in black and white.
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  19. Uke

    Uke visualist Super Supporter

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    If you have a Paralever, either GS or R, the Migsel side stand is likely the best choice for a replacement. IMHO, it is a quantum leap over the factory side stand integral with the crash bars.

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  20. Tanami

    Tanami Under The Weather

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