Motorcycle related memes/pics

bmart

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I believe that we have to avoid politics, firearms, gender selection, etc...

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1) Discussing politics = bad
2) Discussing guns = fine
3) Discussing unconstitutional gun laws = politics = bad
4) Discussing gender = fine
4) Discussing fake genders = politics = bad

Seriously, politics are everywhere and everyone loves to beat their head against that wall. Let's be an oasis from that insanity.
 

bmart

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As Andy is already aware, if you enter the Dakar, you'll eventually have to go through a$$.
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JustAnotherSquid

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Dunlop (they are the most popular...and work great in the rain)?


Once again, Dunlops try to kill someone. Sad!

Also, the caption for the picture says:

"A crocodile with a motorcycle tire stuck around its neck basks on a riverbank in Palu, Central Sulawesi in 2020. The wild crocodile that has the used tire stuck around its neck for six years has finally been freed by an Indonesian bird catcher in a tireless effort that wildlife conservation officials hailed as a milestone."

Memo to the AP news writer: Leave the bad puns to the professionals. Like me.
 

bmart

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Anyone remember when/who this was? I also remember this happening to another pro. Maybe Miguel?

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bmart

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She will be when she see how many of those tribbles the luggage can hold.

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JustAnotherSquid

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Clutch was found to be working fine, and motorcycle was returned to customer with only a diagnostics charge.

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bmart

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Next time you're over, I can try to find the rear sprocket from my friend Julie's 900SS. It had ~1/5 of its (short) teeth...and the oil filter used to dump oil on the rear tire. And the tank leaked through a hole of rust. I hated that bike. Still, it was easier to work on than her friend's ZX600E.

Is it spring yet?
 
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