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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-10-2003, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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new bike of the week!

ok i'm still waiting on some photos from doc's camera for the bike of the week I had planned, but I was tired of seeing R6bbie's bike. Soooooo, enjoy your 15 minutes of fame PJ, and rest assured that it was your kickass rearstand that won you the honors!



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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-10-2003, 12:21 AM
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Bwa just brought this to my attention.

Where do I begin. Unfortunately, I didn't write a list to remember people I should thank and promised myself I wouldn't get emotional, but this is a special night for me. I knew some people were really pulling for me and I have to say thanks, but I decided some second-effort in the form a home depot rearstand was necessary if I was ever gonna see my bike in that coveted home-page spot.

If anyone would care to see this gem of motorcycling be sure and stop by Strats tomorrow to just look in awe and try not to laugh too hard. (lots of sarcasm in this reply just in case you thought I was serious)
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Almost forgot, the bike actually looks worse in person if you can believe that.
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Looks better than Vcooks track bike. Shoulda kept the flowers.

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Finnaly my bike is gone, I have been cathing shit for that.....

But a r6 like mine deserved 3 1/2 weeks
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Finnaly my bike is gone, I have been cathing shit for that.....

But a r6 like mine deserved 3 1/2 weeks
Yeah, 3 1/2 weeks to LAUGH AT!!
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Yeah, 3 1/2 weeks to LAUGH AT!!
it was only up 2 weeks.

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I didn't know...

"custom" bikes were eligible for consideration

Here's my "custom" YSR


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the difference here is that yours is actually custom and crazeinc's is just a pile o' poopy!! lol

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the difference here is that yours is actually custom and crazeinc's is just a pile o' poopy!! lol
That was rude, that was rudeeeeeeee

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I should borow a digi camera and take a shot of my pile of parts in the garage. It's much better Crazeinc's.
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man you guys are just throwing salt in the wounds. At least mine runs, HA!
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Re: I didn't know...

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"custom" bikes were eligible for consideration

Here's my "custom" YSR
Look Kimmy another YSR. Maybe your 50 or even the 400 YSR (talk about a sardine job ) could have a ride partner.

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Look Kimmy another YSR. Maybe your 50 or even the 400 YSR (talk about a sardine job ) could have a ride partner.
That YSR426 is a BLAST to ride! I'm friends and race with Tony, the creator of the sardine, as well as do his website. Check it out at Ticeman.com



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No its a Honda Motor sandwitched into a YSR Frame. Im not sure the details Kimmy can tell ya about it

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the difference here is that yours is actually custom and crazeinc's is just a pile o' poopy!! lol
I think it's just the garage that makes it look that way. Lets try a nice scenic setting.


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I think it's just the garage that makes it look that way. Lets try a nice scenic setting.
HAHAHAHA. AWESOME!
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