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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Paper5tr3et7, May 1, 2006.
Just wonder who here rides?
I am the proud owner of a 02' Ducati Monster 620 Dark.
not anymore. i still have a beat-up old hybrid junker sitting in my garage without any wheels, though.
What do you know? I ride a 1996 Ducati Monster M900! Monster's are beautiful!
I ride a motorbike; it is a Harley Davidson wannabe - it is a 175 cc machine.
I ride it to beat the traffic jams and it is a pleasure until it rains (we have tropical storms here...).
I took a spill the other day while trying to avoid a collision with a car. Fractured a few ribs and injured my hand as well. It took me two months the really recover. Was off sex for a whole miserable week. Where are blow jobs when you need them?
Just getting my licence. planning to get a black "Honda CB400 Super Four" by the summertime its a good starter bike. not to small, not too fast, doesnt look that bad either , its also relatively cheap for second hand.. around 1800 euros
Here's my iron steed.
So Riven and I both have monsters between our legs....and In our grages.
Not for several years....I took my test before all the rules here got all screwed up. Walked of a Yammy 100 to a GPZ900....sold that about 3 yrs later for a VFR750 which was later stolen.
Never replaced it....would love something outrageously fast but would probably end up as roadkill. Maybe a CBR600...not so fast but probably live longer. I do miss riding though.
I refer to my bike as my Monster, but I don't think I can get away with calling my 6"x5" cock a monster can I?:redface:
Not me but thats similar to the bike I raced last summer
The new cbr's are great bikes. Raced one at the track for a day and It would definetly be worth the investment.
I heard they were good....relatively cheap to buy but Bike Insurance in London can be evil.
I'll chime in here with my BMW Paris-Dakar, 980cc's. A good ride, not as flashing as a Harley maybe, but honey, that's what friends with Harleys are for.
For my own fun, I prefer the BMW, a great bike even if you go off roads with it. Has a good consumption, too; single-person, flat roads, no headwinds and I can easily go up to 700-800 klicks on one tank of gas.
I have never even ridden on a motorcycle, as nobody among my firends has owned one. Here iin the Boston area, you have to deal with really bad traffic and drivers that do not pay as much attention as they should.
Claire, I had a neighbor who could easily be a movie stand-in as 'Harley guy' or 'Motorcycle gang dude'. He had the whole 'look.' He drove a beemer-bike too!:biggrin1:
I'd sure like to go summertime touring on one of those big Honda Goldwings.