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that thing is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! [jaw dropping]
WHAT YEAR IS IT?
these older & particularly this style bikes really appeal to me.
i've never ridden but i am considering it. Hey LH, i just recently came across this one bike ....
it was a 1975 yamaha rd125 Twin (pictured below)
i know its nothing compared to the what warlock and ted and yourself are used to dealing with BUT for a first timer like me i think it would've been okay.
WHAT YEAR IS THE ONE THAT YOU JUST LINKED TO?
[sigh] : (
one of these days ...
still looking around on that page - there are some really hot bikes all the way down along the right side of the article !!
Vissy, the crankcase is a special custom build. I think that bike is around 5 years old.
I did have a Yamaha RD350B (I bought new) Converted it to nearly race standard. Went like shit off a shovel.
Also had a Yamaha RD200. Absolutely tiny, and that would shift as well.
Plus all the other bikes.
And I hope you saw a good friend of mines bike, read the whole site,
"We are Kev and Karen and our plan is to ride around the world in 2010/11 on our modified Moto Guzzi Spada" ...
those two mean business LOL!
how are they making out with their trip?
@ LH -
I had not yet clicked on the link in your original post on this thread.
So when I read the part of your comment which said, "...but those pipes should be somewhere in the region of 30" for best performance (and sound)" - This is what I assumed you were referring to...
I guess I need to get out and about a bit more often...
@ whs -
Well, there's no getting around it - you organ is bigger than mine ":-P
Similar - but upon closer inspection (of the photos) I believe they are not the same instrument.
Actually - that's a beaut. I'm not familiar with the organ in Passau. Do you know where I can hear it ?
Thanks for those links. Have seen Diane Bish on TV here in NY City.
Also - my apologies for hijacking the thread. Have a few great memories of wonderful motorcycle rides -- one with a young lady who...erm...uhh...Merry Christmas.
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