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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by madisonreid, Feb 4, 2011.
did jdiaz blow his load yet?
That creme one is Mrs. Larry's bike.
Mrs. Larry is a lucky girl.
Sounds like a great idea to me.
Just make sure to have it well-insured. (Not that I'd crash it though.)
I offer "chicken strip removal" as a free service.
I thought you'd like that idea. Most likely, I will fly down and drive back. Take three or four days I think.
Larry is close to Ojai. Take this route:
Thanks...will check it out. Will try to stop along way to see friends
Sweet looking bike before it started, curious to see how this one turns out. Those forks are great, so envious.
Rebuilders like Specialks.net (Larry) and Duck (Drake) are just two of a handful that work on these Ks with such extraordinary attention to detail and care. Having owned one before, I have a great appreciation for the bike and the commitment of those who take on it's challenges. I'm grateful I'll have another oppurtunity to own a K75.
You never forget your first
I really liked my K75S (not really an S). It was smooth and comfortable to ride!
Looking forward to seeing the rest of this build. There are obviously a lot of great possibilities out there based on the other photos here!
Beautiful!!! Are those C bars?
OMG.......:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1......I've lost the feeling on the right side of my face.
Yes, it made all the difference! I had bar backs on there at the time, but took them off later as they were actually too tall.
Thought so. Larry is also putting C bars on so my back can go the distance even though it will be primarily a commuter. I ran my former k75c with the C bars along the Cascade Loop and HW 101 on the Olympic Pennisula a few times. I found it to be as smooth and comfortable as any sport touring bike I have ever ridden but 100lbs lighter. Do you still have your K?
Larry's on a different plane than I am. I like to build stuff that runs/performs well with lots of useful farkles and looks good at 10-20 feet - riders. Larry is frickin' meticulous about the custom and cosmetic stuff as well and the stuff he builds not only runs well but also looks good under a magnifying glass - show bikes.
I haven't been by his place for a while. I plan to go visit him again in March and check out some of these puppies in person.
Both of you do a pretty spectacular job any way you slice it. It doesn't matter weither it's a 20 footer or a Specialks bike. It has to function and perform as a K should.
I wish I did. It was a fun bike!