A cultural anthropologist might look at that and assign meaning to the plastic, pipes, and paint finding antecedents in the cobbled together tractors and trucks uneducated peasant farmers used in prewar/industrialization Nippon. On the other hand, I would merely say that it was effing weird. Cheers, bcr
I love that kinda stuff! I'd never be caught dead driving one, but I appreciate the enthusiasim and "craftmanship", it's FUN. They can't take them seriously as performance vehicles, they're moving works or art, so to speak.
I picked up a used KLR650 to add to my fleet and replace my old 93 DR650. I got a really good deal from the original owner up in San Francisco. I purchased this for a couple of reasons... First... Me and my son want to do some adventure riding. He's going to pick up a KLR himself and sort it...
just a quick hello my name is Steve and im a bikeaholic.
been messing around with bikes for years but im NOT a mechanic, more of a muchanic, meaning that i muck about till something works.
Look forward to joining in