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Anonymous

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If money was no object – what new bike would you buy?

There are some tricked-up, expensive bikes available to buy, like the new Ducati 1199 Panigale R which has a £26,550 price tag. pollcomment

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YamAustin

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YamAustin says:

Multistrada 1200s

My dad managed to save up over the last 2 years to be able to afford a Multistrada 1200s '10 all tarted up with carbon. In my opinion the multistrada looks like one of the best all rounder bikes for touring or weekend rides and a great laugh !

and a KTM 690smc :P

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janboy

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janboy says:

Full Factory YZR-M1

None of these do it for me even the Panigale as stunning as it is, so yeah a Full Factory YZR-M1 if money was no object of course sticking a number plate on the back might not look right but a least then I could ride it on the roads!!!! Failing that on the other side of the scale a Manx Norton pure class.

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specialsparky

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billysollocks

Uncle Bunt... blimey that brought back memories!! As a little kid I saw one of those films they showed at the cinema before the main feature and it was all about Uncle Bunt and his engraving etc... some 35 odd years ago and it still leaves me speechless with admiration... ta for the flashback... and it'd be a Brough and a Vincent for me too for what it's worth...

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fogie

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fogie says:

as nice as new bikes are....

I would hunt for a Munch Mammoth, or a VanVeen OCR.

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Move

I would move to a place where I could buy a Honda Forza 300i.

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paulfielding

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paulfielding says:

Non of the above

These aren't money-no-object bikes. Expensive, yes...but not out of the realms of many bikers.

 

How about a...

Britten?

Cagiva 500 GP bike?

Honda 6?

 

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ACEEDSTORM

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ACEEDSTORM says:

Honda NSR500V4,HRC paintwork,'94 model,road legal of course.Oh,y-e-s...........................

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billysollocks

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@specialsparky, I wondered if it was just me who remembered Bunt's talents. On reflection, it would be nice to get him to lowride a Jota or 3C; the sound of a wrap around 3 into 1 exiting under the seat with a chopped down rear subframe.........oh dear, time to grab some tissues. Sorry 'bout that! 

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Discopoo

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Discopoo says:

Give up work

Buy a nice workshop and fill it full of bikes of all types, I might even let my mate bring a Harley in?

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