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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-09-2009, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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In my head.

This has been in my head for the last two days. I can't get it out.
Bug when you ready to do the easy riders trip?



Can you tell that I've been messing with my Harley Lately?

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-09-2009, 06:21 PM
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Dig it.

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Giovanni, Mi Amigo, Mi Compadre, you have no idea

I would trade it all right now for a simpler life - I hope I can come out of this crap on the other side with a brighter way - 2009 has knocked me up one side and dragged me down the other - If not for you cats and my two wheel love, well, let's just say the year would have been just unbearable

In the Easy Rider Theme of this thread, I too have had a song stuck for a few days in the old trapper keeper

Ladies & Gentleman, I give you Mr. Thunderclap Newman - The Lyrics are just too fitting for me right now


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2010 brother. You and me are gonna pack rolls, strap them on the bike and hit the road. Where the wind takes us.

Dug this one up just for Bug.

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God I love Billy Wings' Bike - I cannot find a pic of it anywhere though

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Also, thinking of Mini Apes or something diff for the bars this year - trying to keep with the classic chopper look - Too bad with the Dyna Head, a rake is not an option

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God I love Billy Wings' Bike - I cannot find a pic of it anywhere though
I got you homie. Its in my head. That and I have the DVD.

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if we are gonna do something temporary we gotta do some z bars tilted forward. I got so many ideas for that thing you better not bring it to my garage.

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if we are gonna do something temporary we gotta do some z bars tilted forward. I got so many ideas for that thing you better not bring it to my garage.
I don't mind up but cannot lean too far fwd with the back the way it is - Esp with the fwd controls

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Crap I thought you had the mid controls still. Mids and Zs are sweet.

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