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Real or Fake?

No it's not a Boobie thread.
OK, I say fake, but ya never know. There are a few things in the picture that just don't look right. Nick pointed out the IL plates, and the location, and said "Anythings possible with those people."
So photochop experts, and anyone that might have actually seen this. Real or Fake?

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There was just a thread about this. Supposedly its real. And yup its Southern IL. theres a state trouper in that pic too.




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That should be a Yakima ad,

Stydie, there's your solution!

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At least this guy loaded it somewhat correctly, not like this infamous picture... I'd say it's real.


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Ahhhhhhhahahahaha

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That should be a Yakima ad,

Stydie, there's you solution!
YES! That's what I'll do!! I have a Thule ski rack for my accord... I can just lash the bike up there!! Great!
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At least this guy loaded it somewhat correctly, not like this infamous picture... I'd say it's real.

That is awesome.
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Strange looks like the same car but different bike.

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still too funny. i'd say real.

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I'm startin to think that, that vehicle is the dealers delivery vehicle.




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I'm startin to think that, that vehicle is the dealers delivery vehicle.

This is according to the guy who put this up on stuntlife.....

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I was at work to day, Phillips Pro Cycle in Carbondale IL and this kid came by to show us this, he was going 350-400 miles north to Chicago, I wonder how many times he got pulled over and how many accidents he caused, funny as hell
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Actuall I was thinking this might work for Cherry too. C'mon man, it's only new once!

I would love to see how bad the whole show leans when he's taking on/off ramps like cloverleafs. I'd be craping my pants if that were my bike up there.

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