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900 dollar frame slider

oh and they're big enough to hold a helmet too.

so the rear is done got the termi's and the saddle bags mounted, now I just need to get the heated grips my father in law bought me for my birthday wired up.



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Damn, those are sharp.

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your rear tire looks so small

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Very nice, I think you have enough space in those to join Jammin on his super long trips!
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Nice! But with all the added wind resistance I'd definitely not got on a treadmill with that thing!
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Nice! But with all the added wind resistance I'd definitely not got on a treadmill with that thing!

It wont take off

Really looking forward to do some trips this year. OI also plan on riding up to blackhawk a lot with all my camera gear and camping out for the weekend. even if I dont have a track bike I can still do my photography out there and drink alex's beer




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and drink alex's beer
I'm not gonna have any crappy bud light

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Actually when I tossed the ST3 down in May...the side bags make awesome frame sliders. Saved the bike from being totaled and I rode it home.

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Can Ken and Bill lock you inside one of those?
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bike looks sweet.

all this cruiser talk makes me want to have one for touring

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I'd say $700 decals and $200 bags.
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