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    Get one of those hundred pound step through Chinese bicycles. Put a little flag on a pole at the back and off you go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliminator
    agingone, if you're talking about the OCC boys building bikes then I think the show stinks, same story all the time with time shortage and shit. They don't build them, they just put them together. I would like to see a show about the guys building bikes (Outlaw Bikes) in that prison in the US. I forget the name but these guys build just about the whole thing in prison.
    If OCC don't build the bikes then who does?

    I own a 125 Honda Wave and a 135 Spark. (sold the big bike)

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    You wouldn't guess it from the photo but this a handmade.

    I was going to appear on BluePeter but got arrested for 347 traffic violations before the film crew could get there.


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    One kan see, Ize da man...

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    Dave, if you watch the shows, you'll see that OCC gets the frames built by another company and pick up fenders and other parts from yet again another company and then gets someone else to do the paint work. They do some mods but most of what they do is put the bikes together like you would a bicycle. Boring show to me. I did like the 911 bike but then most of the stuff was made by other companies, the fireplug carb was cool though.
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    I suppose they do do the designs though. I dont like them anyway

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    Who the hell is Dave?

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    Daveinthailand one presumes.

    Can't you read, Mrs Q?

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    Me rent Honda 'something' I think it's a wave.

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    I have a 15 year old Rebel that is still in great shape only 15,000 k on it but it needs a new battery.

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    Some air in the tyres wouldn't go amiss either.

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    I told you to blow those tires up. Damn at 6'2 you would think you'd have more lung power than you do.

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    Sorry no clue how to post photo's but here is a link to a page with photo's and spec's on my ride. My bike is black and silver though...

    http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/hon...54_rr_2002.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanuk Canuk
    Sorry no clue how to post photo's but here is a link to a page with photo's and spec's on my ride. My bike is black and silver though...

    http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/hon...54_rr_2002.php


    There you go.

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    Wish I could just post from my computer on threads but the avitar pic is what my bike will look like in about 3-4 months. Will have to stay stock for awhile but I'll get some mods done later.

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    Thanks Marmite!

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    I had this gem for awhile.

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    attaboy, you should have kept that one, not too many around in that kinda shape, real nice bike.

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    Interesting that a bike of that era and design would have a rear disk. Rear disk and spoke wheel, and is that a kick start level I see there?

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    ^^Eliminator- What can I say? I was young and had a need for speed so I moved on to things Japanese while my friends went the Harley route.

    ^SC- I believe it was called a kick start "lever". Setting my leather helmet and googles on the seat would have rounded out the historical shot.


    The first Harley in our group. My friend built it himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attaboy
    The first Harley in our group. My friend built it himself. __________________
    Can you explain that a bit. Chopped it? Built it from spare parts? How do you build a Harley?

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    AO I am not a Harley mechanic nor am I part of the Harley culture. I would say he chose a frame that suited his own body's frame so he would be most comfortable riding the bike. He rebuilt a used engine to his specs. Possibly the tranny too. Then he assembled the bike.

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    attaboy, I would have thought that would have been obvious to the aging one but who knows what goes on in peoples head. I've finally got mine into the gallery and will be adding the Pattaya bike pics after I get the next roll developed and into my computer.

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    AO- I think I understand what your getting at but I am not knowledgable in the aftermarket sale of Harley engines and trannys. I beleive you have to purchase an entire "basketcase" bike and then rebuild it to your own specs if you chose to. Is that what you are aluding to? It has something to do with limiting the blackmarket trade in stolen bikes parts. Like I say I am not knowledgable of the Harley culture.
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    Harley Davidson builds motorcycles. What you do with them after that is your business.

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