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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Automatic, Feb 6, 2009.
Might be more stable at speed than the stock one.....
Cool photo. I like how the rider is being eco-friendly by putting that cardboard under his bike to catch the oil drips.
I was thinking more like, That thing is F’ng ugly.
I wonder what the deal is with the wheelbarrow wheel on the front. Maybe trying to “improve “ the handling or just a fashion statement?
I never quite got the Strokers acid trip style — they put a whole lot of time and effort into creating bikes that look like someone threw up skittles all over them
Facebook reminded me of this one I saw in Oakland a few years ago.
That bike is all sorts of WTF, but I'm real curious about the back half frame's square steel.
Kokomo police seeking suspects in Harley-Davidson robbery - YouTube
KOKOMO, Ind. (WISH) — Police are searching for the suspects who stole four motorcycles valued at more that $95,000 from a Kokomo Harley-Davidson early Thursday morning.
Kokomo Police Department officers were called to the Harley-Davidson store at 335 South 00 EW just after 9 a.m. Thursday on a report of stolen motorcycles.
Police are searching for the suspects who drove 4 motorcycles valued at more than $95,000 off of the Kokomo Harley-Davidson showroom floor Thursday morning. (Provided Video: Kokomo Police Department) https://t.co/1r6kWmsk25 pic.twitter.com/063olOD2r0
— WISH-TV (@WISH_TV) March 18, 2021
Four suspects were seen in the showroom on store surveillance video captured around 3:20 a.m. Thursday. The suspects were all wearing motorcycle helmets and dark-colored clothing.
They were filmed driving four motorcycles off of the showroom floor and out of the building, and then southbound on State Road 931.
The bikes stolen include: one 2020 Street Glide Special motorcycle and three 2021 Street Glide Special motorcycles. Combined, the bikes are estimated to be valued over $95,000.
Anyone with information about the theft or the suspects is asked to call Detective Dustin Spicer at 765-456-7194 or the Kokomo Police Department Hotline at 765-456-7017.
Why the chopper scene died.
Looks to be in the style of Ron Finch.
That is like the fourth dealership hit by the same crew, in the same manner in the last year. Fuckers have it down pat!