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    R12ST bricciphoto's Avatar
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    For some reason, I think it's this one:



    Ben Ricci

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    Quote Originally Posted by jantarek View Post
    this bike is just gorgeous
    Thank you. I've discovered that vintage beemers painted bright white get almost as much attention as the red Italian beauties.

    // marc

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    Smile Coolest Bike Pic

    If I was going to ride a cafe' bike it would be this.
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    For sidecar rigs, I'd go with this one. Somebody has a sense of humor...



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    Talking Coolest Bike Pic

    I'm a little biased, But this is a great shot of my GS.


    "Do you know how this bike came into being? It was a very nice R1100GS once. Taken by the dark powers; torchured and mutilated, by me. A ruined and terrible form of life, and now perfected. This is my fighting Uruk-Hai."
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    Jeff Dean − Tucson, Arizona − BMW MOA Co-founder (1972)
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    2014 & 2007 R1200RTs, R60/2s, R67/3, R51/3 ↔ 1949 R24

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    Morbidelli V8. Engine based on Ford Cosworth design and only 850 CC. Ahead of it's time and not a commercial success but still beautifull...Just my 0.02 cts







    All taken at Barber Motorsport Museum

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfifer View Post
    Well , This one dosen't hold a candle to all of these but it was one of my all time favorite bikes and I restored this one last year. It is now gone and so are my Honda CT90's , but I love my BMW.
    One could really get in trouble on one!!!



    Mike
    Once I get a new place with more garage space I WILL have an RD400 in it. And maybe even a Kenny Roberts RZ350 replica.

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    Mike Hailwood's Isle of Man Winning Ducati. In 1978, after an 11 year hiatus from motorcycling, Hailwood performed a now legendary comeback at the Isle of Man TT. Few observers believed the 38 year old would be competitive after such a long absence. Riding on a Ducati 900SS, he was not only competitive, but managed a hugely popular win. He previously won the Isle of Man 11 times before this race.

    Photo taken at the Barber Motorsports Park Museum, Birmingham, Alabama
    There are actually two replicas on eBay. They look like amazing vintage racers.

    The Britten

    Photo taken at the Barber Motorsports Park Museum, Birmingham, Alabama
    The Britten is one of my favorite!

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    a few years back

    I saw this Triumph at a rally in Canada... old school hardtail you have to be tough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbrick View Post
    you have to be tough!
    Yeah and that is just to start it!!!!!!!!!!
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    I love this bike.
    Some day I'll have one. I'm sure.



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    At the Slimy Crud Run a couple of years ago
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    This Vincent Black Shadow is timeless...

    located in Vanderpool,Texas at Lonestar Motorcycle Museum...lot's of "would love to owns" here!
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    and this looked showroom new...
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    This one is pretty cool, from the Glenn Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport, NY.

    World land speed record holder for several years (replica).
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    '80 XS850 Special
    '05 Rocket III

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