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Discussion in 'Motorcycles & Boats' started by Prugna 328, Jan 27, 2004.
Ducati 916/996/998, MV, Big Dog Pitbull, Yamaha R1
this is my favorite
my others have been a 1983 CB1100F,1993 ZX-11D,1998 R1 and the current...a 2002 R1
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1970 Triumph Bonneville
Honda NR750 (true exotic, oval pistons, nicasil cylinders, etc. etc.)
Britten V-twin (10 or less in existence, check its wins when it was campaigned)
Yamaha R7 (gorgeous and fast)
Some Bimotas (the one with the funky steering--dieci or tesi)
Ducati WSB bike with triple injectors (you need to be Foggy to ride this one)
Ducati supermono (awesome racer)
Ducati 916/996/998 (Looks fabulous, steep learning curve, but you feel like Foggy)
Kawasaki ZX-10 (the new one is supposed to be badass)
Yamaha R1 (screamer)
Aprilia Mille R (fast and nimble)
Honda 600 sportbike (easy and hi-tech)
Kawasaki ZX-12 (Scream around the world in 10 days)
Honda VFR800 (Blast around the world)
BMW R1100 (Go around the world in comfort)
Yamaha GTA (hub centric steering!)
Yamaha V-max (pure muscular looks)
Harley V-Rod (lovely lines)
BSA, Java, Norton, etc.
BMW K1 (the original robobike)
Mine is the same, except a 2003.
Unbelievable power, and handling!
BSA 441 Victor
The last Kawasaki KX 250 factory MX race bike I rode for them way back when.............................
MV Augusta F4
04 Yamaha R1
Overseas pocket rockets
Yeah, James, I always loved the Victor. Chrome and Yellow tank. Too bad that they were for display only.
04 Yamaha R1
A shop had one when I was racing MX. It stayed in the showroom and was constantly polished on. I had the opportunity to ride one of the big Triumph thumpers. Cannot remember which one it was but it sure produced the torque and had an excellent sound.
A friend of mine has a lot of early Harleys and BMW bikes in his collection. War era sidecars with machine guns on the BMW and two old desert use Harleys with the leather rifle pouch on the front. Cool bikes. Did not perform worth anything but cool to see.
Got to ride for a very short distance one of the road race bikes used by Daddy Duhammel (Yvonne or spelled something like that). This was back when he was competing for the WC in the 70's. Power of that bike blew me away. Now, the street bikes would blow it away. Amazing......
1) Ducati 998
2) Ducati 998RS racebike (picture of mine is in my profile)
3) Ecosse Heretic
4) Vertemati electric start dirt bike
Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP
MV Agusta F4 Mille
oops, forgot to add the MV Agusta F4 Senna
Right now my favorite is the 04 red Harley Davidson Heritage Softail I just picked up last week! Goes well the the 03 Road King.
Pictures james. Pictures
Here is my current bike a 94 KX-250 ported piped modified suspension.... ABout the same set up as a top Motocross privateer would run that year. But perhaps the most important mod is my custom bend handle bars to compensate for my left arm being shorter than my right
And yes that is mud on the bike we do get that here on a very rare occasion in Arizona
1953 AJS E95-500
1954 BMW Rennsport
1961 MV Agusta 350
1962 Matchless G50
1968 Harley Davidson XR750
And for my all time favorite it had to be any of the 1988 Kawasaki KX 125/250/500 model all awsome bikes.
Here is a pic of myself at the office on my 88 500
I found just three pictures of myself on the Green Machine. Two were from a distance during a race and one is of me during a practice session. They are on 35mm print paper. I will try to get them up. Help me figure out how I need to do this. I also found some photos of my old TM250 Suzuki when I was privateering it. Found two of my old altered roadster drag race car and 5 or 6 of the McLaren F1 with me in the pictures. I will try to get them up with some assistance...............
Had my last bike 3 years ago an R1,and that was 20 years of sports bikes,and gave it up,
like monkey bikes now there realy daft money in the uk,seem loads cheaper in the USA though,
I just took my old pictures and scanned them into the computer and then scaled them down to where they were no larger than 640 X 640
Some of the most fun, toss-able play toys,
are the old 2 stroke street and road race bikes.
One of my all-time favorites is the Yamaha RD400 Daytona.
Yep the old two strokes were beautys i had a RD500,RD350 Lc's great
fun 500 was a dog on the bend's though 80's tec,
Turbo Charged Hayabusa.
Harley Davidson Sportster (883 or 1200)
Here is the current favorite