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Chad  says:

Low and Mean CX500

We just built this cafe racer which we call Low and Mean from a beat up '78 Honda CX500. It has a ton of unique parts that were all hand made by us.

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billysollocks

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Snev, this really has to stop. I feel all funny now..................

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billysollocks

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Sorry, can't stop! How about Flowline (FLF) fairings, Dyson body kits, Sondel Yamaha race reps, Campbell geometric exhausts, Metmachex swinging arms, proper traffic wardens who actually helped to control traffic, Earls Court bike shows with topless laydeez on the bikes (sorry, but snev stared that one off!), less roadside furniture to hurt you when you fell off, speedway masks worn on the road in bad weather, although that may just have been my own little fetish. Ahem. 

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snev

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snev says:

wheelies you could pull whilst walking, Sheepskin lined gauntlets, Bay City Rollers Flairs. And the Bikes.... BMW Flat Twins, Harley Davidson V Twins, Two Stroke Triples....ahhhhh Two stroke triples....Im off for a Van Veen Wankle.

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snev

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snev says:

"It has a ton of new parts" ?...... CX500 +1 Ton = Ornament.

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SPIKER40

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SPIKER40 says:

Classic

I'd love a standard one, but not too sure about this beast!

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

drugs just say no

Oh dear.

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HerbertChapman

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They've forgotten the seat - and why are they

both looking so sullen and miserable? - Probably because they booked in the photographer then realised they'd forgotten the seat.

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TerryTriumph

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TerryTriumph says:

It's still a CX500

Looks OK, but the fact it was a horrible CX500, I would wake up screaming!

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yammy2011

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yammy2011 says:

mean?

as in average?

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plyons13

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plyons13 says:

I like it

Used to ride a CX early 80's the custom version, had a lot of fun on that bike. Likwhat you have done.

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