Sorry if you’ve answered this question already, but I am looking to get an MT-09 (that’s what we call the model in Australia), but I am totally not digging the stock license fender. It looks rushed and I don’t like how it sticks out
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I don’t know if someone makes it as a complete jacket but it may just be a “Misfits” skull patch sewed onto a jacket of choice… http://www.musiciansfriend.com/lifestyle/cd-visionary-misfits-face-patch?cntry=us&source=3WWRWXGP&gclid=Cj0KEQjwv6WrBRD4gbngqe7mosYBEiQAIB5oTAzXjeOnocJyFbUTVhQnpZ96uoDoFwJZtBrohh2g2xMaAlE28P8HAQ&[email protected]pe^PLA-device^c-adid^51870555867
I really hope the R6 gets a facelift just as drastic. That bike has had the same damn look while every other bike has changed. I owned a 2012 R6 Limited Edition (red and white livery) which I loved to death but couldn’t believe
Probably, [here](http://confederate.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/X132-Hellcat-Speedster-2.jpg) is what is looks like being ridden.
Erik was a amazing designer and engineer but he made some really poor business moves. Harley didnt care about sports bikes and some dealers flat out refused to sell Buell’s out of spite. And Hero makes low quality small displacement motorcycles and scooters that
I’m getting ready to chop the tail off and get a vertical plate mount. My state finally let us go vertical last year IF we buy a new special plate. I haven’t done anything except have fun with it, take it on trips, and
I really enjoyed it, there were loads of bikes on track from an NC30 to nortons and an RC8. I tried to be neutral and shoot all but ended up with 50 photos of the F3! I prefer ‘arty’ shots with a massive depth
I bought one of the first NC700X’s in America (SN. 000096). I put 1200 miles on it and sold it. It was a bike I really wanted to love but, you are right the low reving motor got great mileage but was not that
I test rode the 2014 R1200GS and really did not feel it lacked power. The salesperson said you can do easy wheelies up to 3rd gear, but I didn’t try. Loved the suspension and it was comfortable! Yeah even though BMW is (to my
Thanks man. I was never really into bullets. But since riding the Bullet Classic my uncle bought, I’m a huge admirer of those bikes now. I’m gonna buy one soon.
also relaxing more on the bike and letting it do more helps if you’re getting tired I’ve found that bicycle riding is enough for me to not get tired while track riding after I realized to relax and let the bike do what it’s
Well, the article makes a really good point – overseas where motorcycle licenses come with tie-in’s to CC’s, this is a really interesting offering. It’s like a Rukus hooked up with a CTX700. I can see it being solid lightduty riding here in the
Quite a nice bike really, never heard of it till now. So thank you for that, Chrome did a translation on the page so unfortunately the english was a bit weird ha.
Haha, small displacement, I have one that’s 70cc, and one that’s a 400cc in the process of turning it into a motard and in Aus, it’s a relatively big bike almost considered a thumper (single cylinder of 500cc displacement)
The seats from here – http://www.airtech-streamlining.com/vintage/vintageseats_box.htm – VSL6 I believe. The seat pad and leather was custom made by the builder. It’s bolted to the shell and the shell’s held on by two bolts each side. Battery is hidden under the back. Not sure
Re: the Magpul Ronin generally, it’s a limited-production bike based on the Buell 1125R. Magpul designed a new swingarm and rear subframe for it, but the real star is the front end; it’s a girder-fork design with a fully-adjustable monoshock managing the suspension. Obviously
I was going around a curve and a car came around the other way over the double yellow so I swerved to avoid them and went into some dirt on the side of the road. I lost traction, the bike low sided, and I
There is a little ambiguity there but this is the reference I heard them mention on the Cafe Racer TV show. From the [Cafe Racer entry on wikipedia](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caf%C3%A9_racer): > In 1973, US freelance writer Wallace Wyss, contributing to Popular Mechanics magazine, asserted the term
[Kraus are one of my favourite builders.](http://i.imgur.com/HJjdYvZ.jpg) [I take a bit of inspiration from Crazy Orange as well.](http://crazyorange.weblogs.jp/.a/6a01287575798d970c01b7c6fb2bec970b-500wi) [My own bikes are kind of somewhere between the two. This particular one is now my current ride.](http://i.imgur.com/qU79uCy.jpg)
Test rode one of these two weeks ago. It’s like riding an extremely fast scooter that handles like a sportbike. No gears, no clutch, and the throttle control through the turns is very, well… confidence inspiring. No engine noise allows for inconspicuous launches, but
You realize traditional engines operate on combustion. There are literally hundreds of explosions happening beneath you every minute every time you ride. But they’ve been around long enough for people to consider them safe! Interesting fact, when combustion engines came around and took market
Yeah, I am not going to buy either one, but they are pretty fucking rad. [I’m quite happy with my CB-1… For now.](https://photos-2.dropbox.com/t/2/AAD_NEZX5Nl1k5C3qOurOx6ljAVxCu6kwEzRTnnPf9vUkg/12/98547204/jpeg/32×32/1/_/1/2/2015-10-09%2023.14.29.jpg/ELWJuEwYgEggAigC/sJDoFf4WonUlErRU3CutUMnW2zegzTqvMpgcnEd1KxU%2Ce-vcDSuTi6wyNtw41j2XaglnBZlTNbkGzZmhd7miwvQ?size=1600×1200&size_mode=2) I just need a new tail fairing, and new grips, and this thing will look great again.
Personally I love the look of the stubby rear end. I do also like having visible brake lights and turn signals, though, and I can’t really tell what going on with those here.
Last I knew they were still around, just changed owners. I can’t find anything more recent than about Sept 2014 though, so that could be all wrong. http://gas2.org/2014/09/10/mission-motorcycles-now-mission-electric/