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zmike

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zmike says:

Bike in your lounge

Just supposing the other half allowed it (which I doubt but let's dream), what bike would you permanently park in your lounge/living room as an art object? You know, something that totally captivates you instead of watching stupid Corrie.

I mean a bike that inspires you , one bike that sums you up so much you can't take your eyes off the shape. You get the idea.

My choice - 1980 Honda CB900.

(Doesn't count but the CB250NB Deluxe was second on my list. Oh how I remember those Com Star days. So can't include the Ducati 916)

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

zmike.....

Z550....feck me had one of those too, liked that one better!  :smile

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hawk750

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hawk750 says:

zmike

I like your choice when shall I bring my 1980 CB900c custom round & I hope it's rent free :wink:


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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

zmike and bobnicholson

They are old Z900's restored and done up to modern spec by a co. in Japan called 'Sanctuary' ..they cost about £23,000.

One day...I'm going to have one...one day ..I keep telling myself.:winkie:

 

http://www.ac-sanctuary.co.jp/

   

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

or this

ducati desmocidici 


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zmike

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zmike says:

hawk750

omg! It looks good|!! But mine was Euro style full on gold wheels and red and white.

Meanwhile my GTR is 20 this year.

 

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

smaller pic

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zmike

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zmike says:

Kamchat

The second pic is IT. You win. No-one can top that. Fucking gorgeous!

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

zmike

Cheers ...you obviously have impeccable taste ..:winkie:

 

 

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sprag

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sprag says:

back in the 1970's and 80's

I lived in my aunts house and she let me keep my bikes in her front room. started out with a Kawasaki Z1 then a z900 followed by a Kh500 then a 1200 Laverda Mirage then I had a Honda XBR500 single. It was great having my bikes in doors all nice and dry and warm in winter. Now I have a house of my own with a big garage so no need to park my bikes in the house but I'd love a 1968 Bonneville some time, maybe when I'm too old and what-not to ride...... maybe have THAT in my lounge so I got something to look at and dream of the good old days.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

this...

maybe.

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