Quirky Photos - Bikes or Not !

KTMphil

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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2007 KTM 990 Adventure Suzuki DRZ 400
Naked Tuk Tuk



Interesting tuk tuk, never seen one this bad?

 
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Marco

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Feb 6, 2011
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Khuang Nai
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2016 Honda CBR 500R
Funny time is not over, have a laugh

I have some times so much fun that these things make me laugh,,,, :jump









I'll BE BACK


















In this one they said wow many years ago that Red shirt people die,,,, :MG

 

Steve Canyon

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SMT990
Re: Funny time is not over, have a laugh

Funny Marco... :lol:

I was going to work the other day and had to rescue an old man in a similar state..




I couldn't stop laughing...did not think of taking a picture....damn

My good deed for the day .... :lol:
 

Ally

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Chiang Mai
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PCX - with custom valve caps
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1983c.
Three of us rode Darwin-Katherine-Kununarra-Perth and across the Nullarbor to Adelaide then back up the Centre via Alice Springs to Darwin.
WA was in the mid 40s celsius (December), so we all discarded heavy clothing because the Nullarbor at that time of year would be hot.

Wrong!

The Ocean breeze wasn't accounted for and it was not weather for brass monkeys.

We were forced to tale-gate each other, bravely taking it in turn to lead the trio of shivering riders.
So we were forced to improvise.

We found some discarded clothing (and a functioning watch!) beside the road but my mate here used his 'swag' and some rabbit fur to survive that leg of the journey.


Photo courtesy of 2Wheels
 
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2wheels

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Chiang Mai
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Honda Rebel 500
Seen in front of Chiang Moi Road bike shop.

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Parked near the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar one night.

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Seen on highway Phayao to Chiang Mai.

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KTMphil

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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2007 KTM 990 Adventure Suzuki DRZ 400
Dang that was deep.

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Spotted by Mr. Russell a few days ago

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Another car in the north side of the moat in Chiang Mai .

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Which is more fun (& less of a headache)?

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What can you say...

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Ally

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Chiang Mai
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PCX - with custom valve caps
I know it's not bike related but ... Paper hanging in a PTT service stop toilet.

This puts a different perspective on the phrase "I'm gonna whoop your arse!"
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2wheels

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Honda Rebel 500
Found during ride in Central Western Australia early 80s.
Sign on tree read ' '53 Floods' !!!

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Ally

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Chiang Mai
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PCX - with custom valve caps
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In 2005, Swedish designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin began work on a joint masters thesis in response to new laws requiring cyclists under the age of 15 to wear a helmet while operating a bicycle. The new law left many Swedish cyclists wondering if helmet laws for adults would soon follow, so the duo behind Hövding used the public's concern as an opportunity for groundbreaking innovation.
They began surveying people on the streets to understand exactly why urban cyclists were choosing not to wear a helmet. This research led Haupt and Alstin to believe the best helmet they could create would need to be invisible. The Hövding Invisible Helmet is a fabric collar containing a built-in airbag designed to inflate around a cyclist's head on impact. The fabric shells of the collar are replaceable and meant to be changed based on weather and style, which makes for a stylish piece of safety gear that will save your hair and, most importantly, your life.

More here ...
 
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