Show us your Motorcycles

Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by Styx_II, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. MATT0404

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  2. guitarlvr

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    My poor Victory Vegas. 18" of snow yesterday. Hope to get it on the road by May???? Winters up north suck.
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  3. John James

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    Eighteen feet? Dang! Good luck! :)
     
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    Gone but not forgotten....

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  5. guitarlvr

    guitarlvr Super Member

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    LOL, sorry about that. I guess I didn't use the shift key thats what happens when you type with two fingers.
    Ok, Not 18 feet but enough to ruin you motorcycle season.
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    Do you have a snow machine to get you through the winter?
     

     

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  8. grillebilly

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    That looks like it's king of the mountain.
     
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  9. CKDC

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    These motorscycles were purchased from the Men's department of the motorcycle shop. None of that girly cruiser stuff.
     
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  10. MATT0404

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    Amazing bike. With 160hp, it's like a sport bike that you can take off road!

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    Took the 950 out for a spin today. Nothing crazy, 50 miles of tarmac and dirt roads. Good to be back in the saddle after a LONG winter that just won't go away. Hoping to log some more miles this weekend. Temps are supposed to hit mid 50's. Warm enough for me!
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    [​IMG]KTM 950 Super Enduro R by Matt Krepp, on Flickr
     
  11. grillebilly

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    I just got my steed back on track and I'm ready

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  12. 3kitty

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    Looooong winter in our parts.....spring is finally here....kinda.

    Photo Bucket fiasco made my pic disappear .....

    ......happy to have it home from hibernation!!

    2014 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Nomad ABS SE

    Be safe All !!

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  13. grillebilly

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    Not mine but thought it interesting. looks to be a 6 cyl Jaguar

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  14. arts

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    That poor,skinny little front tire:eek:
     
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  15. Pio1980

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    Skimpy frame and leading link Earles front fork suspension.
     
  16. arts

    arts Super Member

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    The Earles is great with a sidehack,but going fast in a straight line (or any other direction,for that matter) on a two-shoe is not a plan.
     

     

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  17. Pio1980

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    Otoh, a trailing Earles can take you pretty much anywhere else.
     
  18. arts

    arts Super Member

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    A buddy (another machinist,go figure) made one and installed it on his Atlas. While it looked great,it really made the handling ponderous.Compared to my own Atlas (original telescopics) his cornered like a Freightliner.What a waste of a Featherbed frame:(
     
  19. Pio1980

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    Pretty much for off-road, iirc, Greeves made good use of them.
     
  20. djnagle

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    Here is my next build. Looking for a donor CX500 now.

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