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    I don't remember the fee, but my North Carolina bike plate is R1100RS.

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    Thinking about a plate for my R1100S...but here's the one I had on my old 900 SS/SP.
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    I always wanted to have the plate IXLR8
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    I like vanity plates on bikes because they make the bike more likely to be noticed.

    Moto Guzzi Breva: VOLARE (Fly in Italian)


    BMW R100GS: FLIEGE (Fly in German as a verb; bowtie in German as a noun)
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    When I lived in Virginia, I had CBX on my CBX. On my Super Glide I had 86 EVO. When I moved to Florida I got one that said Y B NORM. I still have all of those plates on my wall. Here in S. C. its a hassle to go threw the procedure to get a personal plate, so I haven't bothered.
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    Talking

    I have one on each bike..

    MY ZEN
    MY ZAFU (A Zafu is a meditation cushion)
    2008 R12R
    2009 HD Ultra Classic

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    a few years ago I walked behind a HD with the plate: RIDEME

    Thought it an eye catcher and something that I could copy but Mary really said no to that one..... quite clearly. - Bob
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    ...and I have BXRMETL
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    Hi my name is Chris and I am a slash-five-o-holic.

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    can't pull the the trigger

    !!! which makes me think.."THAT'D be a great vanity plate. But my son thinks the best of my rough drafts is BADDAD.


    The first time my better half and I took a two-up trip, we were pulled over on a two lane blacktop just to glance at a map. A Harley guy wearing the little plastic brimmed, military style old fashioned cap stopped to be sure we were ok. As he drove away his license read RDKING...probably the model, but still, it made me feel better to think I'd offered assistance from The Road King.

    Ya never see those caps anymore!
    We might as well walk. ~ Adam Guettel The Light In The Piazza
    used to own: 1982 R100T, 1984 R65, 1986K75C, 1997 R1100RT, R850R, K75S, 1978 R100RS... what was I thinking?

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    Mine says AGS12.
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    per my avatar pic....
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    The last thing I want to be is just like everyone else...
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    I have always preferred anonymous looking plates. With no advertising around them. Maybe I just am not vain enough for the vanity plates. Vain about some other things, but not that.
    Now, as to all those posted above. I cannot understand far more than half of them. But then I don't want to.
    Some of them I do come up with my own interpretation of what they mean. But it is not what you intended.
    dc

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    well, the message on these ought to be clear
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    and for the other bike...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Thinking about a plate for my R1100S...but here's the one I had on my old 900 SS/SP.
    Dammit Seabecks, must you always copy me? I also had a 900 Ducati. Mine was the manly black colour, though.

    Back on topic...Plate number on one of my bikes is: L8 APEX

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