This is a discussion on post pics of your bike within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; maybe there is already a thread out there like this, but i have never seen it. On other forums, usually its a lot of fun, ...
maybe there is already a thread out there like this, but i have never seen it. On other forums, usually its a lot of fun, and you can get some really good ideas from seeing all the members rides. So i encourage you all to post a pic of your bike / bikes.
also, if you have pics of a bike you don't own, but think it is absolutely sick....post it here too!
Here's the 450 as it currently sits. I'll be tearing into it in the next month or so.
“Riding is and always will be my first priority. Through the distractions and inevitable failures in other parts of my life I know that all I have to do to feel better is ride.”-Ryan Clark
\'72 CL175 cafe
\'06 Anniversary R1
My 1977 KZ650
Plan to cafe' it up later this year.
1975 CB360 in progress
Corse Per Vita,
i'm now nervous about posting a pic of my bikes. last post had me disappeared with my boots left next to my bike. in fact it happened so fast, my shadow was still in the picture after i was elliminated.
I\'m not handsome
1974 Honda CB/CL 450 Project --->
2007 Ducati Monster S2R1K -->
And my 55 Bel-Air for good measure...
<b>P r o T e a l 5 5
MEMBER: Half Fast Chicago</b>
how are you loving that ducati?
it's like night and day I bet. When I got my S1K it reminded how much fun a new standard bike could be.
Cliff Robertson: The "420" has a fuel injection system taken from crashed flying saucer parts, it is also the 1st mid-sized sedan with disc brakes designed by Nostradamus. The "Lux 420" is also the safest car on the road...
(CUT TO A SHOT OF JESUS, ABE LINCOLN, AND "DR. ZAIUS"--"PLANET OF THE APES" FAME--ANALYZING THE CAR. JESUS IS SEEN SLAMMING THE DOOR WILDLY.)
not mine, but i like this little rare Gem...
another wild one.....
Obviously not mine, but I think it represents one of the coolest breeds of bike out there...
Custom framed (framer) 450 flat track/TT bike. Looks simple, but it ain't.