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I think that I already watched it for the 15th time…
>increible si señor!! WOW!!
>If you drive a motorbike and get involved in an accident, you will not run the risk of being stuck or trapped in the vehicle like a car driver. There are all sorts of protective gear available for motorbike riders.
>Cada día me sorprenden mas, son espectaculares, no me canso de mirarla y cuanto más la miro mas detalles descubro.
Un abrazo amigo.
>I love the details and the finish. But all three project-bikes are looking more than "stand-still-and-look" bikes than "yeaaaah-great-riding" tools. So I prefer more the Shimura style and his profession building bikes also for the street than these bikes only for rich and boared guys who collect today motorcycles and tommorrow silver salat-plates from the 18th century…
>Shimura…lol…shinya kimura (sic!)
>… agree with u Thomas! but still… its fucking lovely!
>Elite, glossy, irrelevant.
It's like they made it for the neatly clipped lawns of cliquish american classic car shows.
No sir, I don't like it, if I see it I'll kick it over and piss on it.
>In the 1990s and early 2000s, very expensive customs such as those built by Orange County Choppers, Jesse James's West Coast Choppers, Roger Goldammer or Ian Barry's Falcon Motorcycles became fashionable status symbols.
>It is nice to see the internal parts of a motorcycle. It has a cool design. Now I know why a lot of people crave for these bikes.
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