The Things We Ride
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Just saw this..what do we think.
And the beast shall be huge and black, and the eyes thereof red with the blood of living creatures, and the whore of Babylon shall ride forth on a three-headed serpent, and throughout the lands, there'll be a great rubbing of parts
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V4 ? Design is a little bit of everything but it Looks nice (thumbs)
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Probably a derivative of the old Ducati race engine et al. Looks like it's just what the UK market needs :dry:
Lightness is everything.
Lightness with Grunt is a Scratcher!
An Adventure is not a tank transfer.
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Meh.... but I think that about all sportsbikes these days, because I have no interest in owning them or riding them anymore.
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Very bland and not very pannier friendly by the look of it, I think the mud guard's will soon rip off once your in the mud, and the tyres would last me less than a week in the summer :whistle:
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That's just how a car designer would design a motorbike.
I used to design space rockets on the back of my exercise book at primary school.
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Mike101 wrote:what do we think.
Maybe I'm just getting old and grumpy, but it looks like any other sportsbike in a different colour.
I foresee a sore ass, sore shoulders and aching wrists - yep, old and grumpy.
Mistakes are natures way of showing us we have more to learn
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nothing new really :sick:
Honda front end from ugly VFR
Ducati engine and swing arm, cause they own it lol
Suzuki back end
and Buell exhaust
All because they cant be original :whistle:
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luv it, i would buy on the looks, wonder what the chassis is like, i assume it would have to output 200bhp to keep up with the current crop.
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Looks far too old fashioned for me. Here's the modern day sportsbike
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