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Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by Smoke&Slide, Dec 15, 2012.
Ducati 916 MONSTER S4 2001
2009 Norton Commando 961
Suzuki GSX-R 750 '93
Triumph Speed Triple 955i
MV Agusta Rivale 800.
Me personally i wouldn't have another trailbike, my dream bike is a Vyrus 987 C3 4V Superleggera with a Ducati 1199R Penagali engine in it.Apparently the hub centre steering gives lots of stability towards the limit.Saying that i don't know how much stability there is, when going at normal speed limits.So i would have to test ride one, if i had the money to afford it.
Actually i am not sure which bike is my dream bike tbh.
I'd love a Ducati 899 Panigale:
Mind you, I know nothing about bikes. I just know that I love the way it looks and it sounds like it would be fun to ride in the five minutes before I kill myself with it.
Why not kill yourself in 2 minutes:
Ducati 1299 Panigale
For myself a nice V4
What's that bike called Texrex ?.Is it some kind of land speed record bike or something ?.
EGLI-Kawasaki MRD1. World record [motorcycle] speed of 336km/h around Nardo set on the 12th of July, 1986--the latter bit of which is right there on the side of the first image. Bodywork styled by Luigi Colani.
Not your average bike then.
I want his bike... and his helmet...
300kmh, off the shelf.
I'm not quite sure what sentiment you're trying to portray by embedding such a video.....
Nothing. I'm thinking of getting one, and I absolutely love the design. Just your post reminded of the vid.
Also, my favorite bike review by RCR.
I'll let you know what mines like when it comes back out of the garage next year.
I wrapped it up for winter already.....
Not big into motorcycles any 1940's model Indians but would mainly love to own an original Military Indian.
Edit forgot about this Sunbeam Porsche.
Mark ll Series Cafe Racer By Diamond Atelier
If the R nine T wasn't good looking enough . It's a shame that the bike is so expensive. It costs about 18000€ here...
I'd also have one of these beauties.A Moto Guzzi Daytona Pheonix.You can just see the registration plate under the seat unit with indicator stalks either side of it.Making it road legal.
It is based on a Guzzi Daytona RS but puts out approx 140bhp.Don't know if that is at the tyre though.I'd have it in Guzzi Green with a silver tank & wheels and a black or brown seat.Just to make it look more classy.Also gold ohlins suspension too.
I'd also have this bike too, a Daytona Cafe racer.
I wouldn't mind one of these either.There are alot of bikes I like and I like this too.This might be a pre production model with the curved screen.It seems to be road legal as well, with the number plate hanger, headlight, centre stand and rear light too.
At my local Triumph Dealership.
20160713_152252 by Automotive Buff, on Flickr
20160713_152226 by Automotive Buff, on Flickr
20160713_152215 by Automotive Buff, on Flickr
If only they made a 1200 version of the Daytona... I would be sold!
As would I Carlos, as would I.
If I ever decide to get a bike for commuting, it would be something like this:
@Carlos for commuting I'd personally take the 800.
The R1200 is so, so damn expensive, but so awsome. A new one costs 21.000€ in Portugal. I would prefer the slightly cheaper Super Ténéré.
My dream motorbikes are more towards the super naked spectrum, like this: