Poll

Which are your favourite adverts?

1. Nice Legs
15 (15.6%)
2. Nice Legs different dress
6 (6.3%)
3. Laid back
11 (11.5%)
4. Bathroom mat
0 (0%)
5. Behind you!
8 (8.3%)
6. Hippy chick
1 (1%)
7
4 (4.2%)
8. 34C
0 (0%)
9
2 (2.1%)
10
7 (7.3%)
11
7 (7.3%)
12. Wandering hand.
7 (7.3%)
13
8 (8.3%)
14
6 (6.3%)
15
14 (14.6%)

Total Members Voted: 26

Voting closed: May 10, 2020, 16:18

Author Topic: Lock Down Blues  (Read 6665 times)

Offline Laverda SF

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #60 on: July 09, 2020, 23:01 »
The K900 Kawasaki sold like pop-cycles back in the mid 70's in my home town of Capreol Ontario.

I lost a young up and coming Motorcyclists friend because of that Kawasaki piece of shit, the Kawasaki 900K ;o(
« Last Edit: July 15, 2020, 17:46 by Laverda SF »
North Shore Lake Huron, Ontario Canada, home town Capreol just north of Sudbury Ontario. Presently living in Spanish.

I cannot list the motorcycles I've worked on or ridden - Just too many.

The thing is: I loved to race and I'm still alive. Gotta say that 70 SFO 750 Breganzie is a racer.

Offline drikko

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #61 on: July 13, 2020, 05:15 »
I just want butter that tastes like real butter....
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Offline Laverda SF

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #62 on: July 15, 2020, 18:26 »
Harley Riders go to Valhalla on this ride:

Very sad I sold her, a 70 Triumph Trophy 250 Enduro - Wish I still had her ;o(
She was a STD Triumph Bonny frame and could mount Singles or 500 to 750 Twins.

I personally like this Woman/Motorcycle Pic:

Grabbed the PIC online and coudo's to the photographer ;o)

Love her High-Heels.

All I need is to have some Aussie saying that's my Wife - ROFL

You want to talk about "LOW" Down Blues, I have it. Puppies will never understand the difference between Low and Lock down blues until they put in the time ;o)

Call the Bike ?
« Last Edit: July 15, 2020, 19:54 by Laverda SF »
North Shore Lake Huron, Ontario Canada, home town Capreol just north of Sudbury Ontario. Presently living in Spanish.

I cannot list the motorcycles I've worked on or ridden - Just too many.

The thing is: I loved to race and I'm still alive. Gotta say that 70 SFO 750 Breganzie is a racer.

Offline Laverda SF

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #63 on: July 24, 2020, 23:44 »
Looks like I killed the thread ;o) My guess a 900K ?
North Shore Lake Huron, Ontario Canada, home town Capreol just north of Sudbury Ontario. Presently living in Spanish.

I cannot list the motorcycles I've worked on or ridden - Just too many.

The thing is: I loved to race and I'm still alive. Gotta say that 70 SFO 750 Breganzie is a racer.

Offline Eurocycleguy

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #64 on: October 14, 2020, 20:41 »
What bike?
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Offline Eurocycleguy

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #65 on: October 14, 2020, 20:45 »
Ok here is my contribution to women and bike images...
Larry Pepper
You buy a Ducati when you want to be somebody. You buy a Laverda when you are somebody.
'16 BMW K1300S motosport
'12 BMW K1600GTL "the Goldwing"
'74 LAVERDA 750GT #15517
'69 LAVERDA 750S #2698 rolling frame
'67 SEARS 106SS "THE bike I learned to ride on."
Chicago