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    Yes, or no?

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    Third option. HELL no!


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    Thanks Shanks! I just puked on my shoes...
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    "Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death."
    - Hunter S. Thompson

    “It’s more fun to ride a slow bike fast, than a fast bike slow”.

    "The less horsepower a motorcycle has, the more it can teach you.” - Ben Bostrom

    And though a mountain may rise up and smack the livin' shit outta me,
    and wad up my bike somethin' awful...
    Still, I rise!
    (With apologies to Maya Angelou)


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    I do appreciate the various art forms expressed in motorcycle building. So hell yes for the builder/ owner! But personally, hell no for me. Wouldn't even consider hopping on it, even given the chance!

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    Having rode a chopper or two in my life, there is no way that would be that much fun. Unique, yes. Different, yes. But practical in the least, no. That would be pretty sketchy turning. Plus, I'm a bit surprised it's legal, your front view is blocked, somewhat. Of course I would want to ride it once. But then again, I'd ride a mono-wheel if I ever got a chance to.
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    Not even if it were the last motorcycle on Earth, and none would ever come after it, and a bear was chasing me, and I had no other means of escaping an erupting volcano ;D
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    Hmmm...Riding a motorcycle with the turn radius of a dump truck through a crowded parking lot?

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    Interesting,,,,,,and FUGLY. I was wondering about the vertical twin in the second bike. What was it? And were they in Japan?
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    Having ridden a chopper or two myself I would never say no. Never had one myself but a lot of my close acquaintances did. I, personally could not understand why anyone would take a nice cruising or performance bike and make into something harder to control and ride. I would smoke those choppers, in every aspect, with my bone stock Kaw Z1, drag, road race, what ever. Was always wondering what kind of person was a customer of Orange County Choppers????

    Wanna bees.

    They did make you look cool to some people though.

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    Hell NO!

    I have never had the desire to ride a chopper.
    As already stated, how is that legal?
    2001 TW200 sporting a MT43 up front. Duro has gone to a good home. 2015 VStrom XT, 1996 DT 200, Broken 2010 Xingue 400 XY. 2009 WR250r now shared with my son.

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