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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fireman jb, May 3, 2006.

  1. fireman jb

    fireman jb

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    I entered my bike in the 16th Annual Cuctom Car and Cycle Show last weekend. I ended up getting 2nd in the radical custom class. But I won the peoples choice by 2 votes. It was voted on by the visitors of the show. They got to pick one car and one bike that they like the most and I won. I couldn't believe it. The 2nd got me a nice little plaque. The peoples choice got me a nice big trophie and a $300 check. That will come in handy. Now a few pics of the bike.
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  2. fireman jb

    fireman jb

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    Here is a pic of the trophie.
     

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    fireman jb

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    Pic of the bike that won the Radical Custom judged class over me. Also the bike that I only won by 2 votes in the Peoples Choice award.
     
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    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    I've commented on the paint job before and I'll say it again. That's a gorgeous paint job!
     
  5. fireman jb

    fireman jb

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    Thanks man. The other bike won best bike paint and best bike motor so I figured he was the shoe-in for the people's choice. The other bike is pretty nice but it has a small rear tire and the guy doesn't even ride it.
     
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    Congrats!

    You've got a beautiful scoot and it's nice to see your hard work rewarded.

    :beer:
     
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    Thnaks RN what do you ride?
     
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    The wife and I both ride Ducati Multistradas.
     
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    Beautiful bike. I could never see myself riding anything like that but I do like looking at them.
    Kind of like single action revolvers.
     
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    Thanks for the comment T. I thought I would never ride a cruiser either. All I had before this were GSXRs. I had a GSXR1K for the street and raced a GSXR 600. But my days of hauling ***** and playing on one wheel are over. I like to be heard and tke it easy for the most part now. The wife wants me to get another sport bike so I'll probably have another bike by the end of the year.
     
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    I'll never say never. I used to be anti-gun. Times and attitudes can change. ;)
    Those bikes are, nevertheless, beautiful pieces if motorized sculpture.
     
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    Wow! That is one very sweet ride. Tell us some more about it like the motor and paint work.
     
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    Not my style but very tastefully done. Congrats!
     
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    2004 American Ironhorse Lonestar Chopper (LSC)
    rigid frame
    280mm rear tire
    6 speed right side drive
    digital guages
    factory custom fade and tribal flame paint

    MOTOR
    111 Cubic Inch S&S Super Sidewinder Plus
    Heads have been decked
    Ported and Polished
    Balanced and Blueprinted
    Custom Cam

    Aftermarket Goodies:
    flame mirror
    flushmount gas cap
    LED turn signals/brake lights
    hidden LEDs under tank and oil bag
    Lefstyle Cycles SFP pipes
    K&N intake with flame cover
    orange heat wrap
    Seat has been cut down and stitched with tribal flames

    All that and I bought it for less then half of what the guy before me spent getting everthing done to it.
     
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    White Buffalo No Compromise.

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