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    I'm especially fond of street bikes with racing livery such as:

    The Repsol Honda


    The Telefonica Suzuki
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    The lines and forms incorporated into motorcycle design make them a marvelous medium for visual stylists.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I'm especially fond of street bikes with racing livery such as...
    Quite possibly the fastest method in the world to get from point A to point B on public roads.

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    Never been a big fan of the sport bikes,but I could see myself on this.

    late 80's GSXR. Classic style.
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    Useless, but still bring a smile to your face when you push them down the stairs.

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    The SE Service Harrier



    The Confederate P120 Fighter

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    This 1962 Harley-Davidson KR750 flat-track race bike is a compelling combination of vintage look and pure function.



    Flat-trackers raced on dirt, and every extra ounce of weight that could be spared was shaved off the motorcycle. Hence the bike has no lights, no electrical system other than engine ignition, no brakes. All the non-critical parts (such as the already-minimal heat shielding on the rear exhaust pipe where it crosses under the driver's leg) have been drilled full of holes to save weight. No kickstand, no center stand, no rear suspension. Engine displacement was limited by race rules to 750cc.

    Which was plenty.

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    @ pics

    It isn't flashy, but it will most likely be my first and I can't wait to get her!

    "The views of absolutists and purists everywhere should be noted in fierce detail, then meticulously and thoroughly printed onto my toilet paper ply."

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    iwakar, that's the bike formerly known as the Suzuki Savage. It's a 650 thumper (single-cylinder bike), and a very suitable first motorcycle. Two thumbs up!

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    This "chopper" is built around a customized air-cooled volkswagen engine.


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    Though the Honda CB250 Nighthawk is both tame in its capability and conventional in its design, I've always thought it a particularly graceful rendering of the UJM... Universal Japanese Motorcycle.


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