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Unnamed sources have confirmed that this is a leaked spy photo from the skunkworks division of the sprawling, secret military-industrial mega complex - Lizrd Industries, rumored to be operating somewhere in the high desert region of southern California (Area 51.5?). This project, code named Lizrd Disc, has been long suspected to be Unobtanium. Now however, the Chief Lizrd Wizrd himself has apparently made a significant breakthrough.

The above photo illustrates a brake disc with the elusive 3-bolt pattern common only to exotic, high performance machinery such as the TW200. This disc, along with other miscellaneous parts pirated from unsuspecting donor bikes/scooters/tractors/locomotives, etc., will be combined with a custom, Made in USA, adapter that will allow TW200 owners to leap forward into the current millenium regarding rear brake technology. It is this writers hope that this Lizrd Disc project will soon become a commercial reality in the long list of Lizrdbrth innovations.

The leaker of this photo is currently seeking asylum (or is the asylum seeking him, I'm not really sure).
 

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Unnamed sources have confirmed that this is a leaked spy photo from the skunkworks division of the sprawling, secret military-industrial mega complex - Lizrd Industries, rumored to be operating somewhere in the high desert region of southern California (Area 51.5?). This project, code named Lizrd Disc, has been long suspected to be Unobtanium. Now however, the Chief Lizrd Wizrd himself has apparently made a significant breakthrough.

The above photo illustrates a brake disc with the elusive 3-bolt pattern common only to exotic, high performance machinery such as the TW200. This disc, along with other miscellaneous parts pirated from unsuspecting donor bikes/scooters/tractors/locomotives, etc., will be combined with a custom, Made in USA, adapter that will allow TW200 owners to leap forward into the current millenium regarding rear brake technology. It is this writers hope that this Lizrd Disc project will soon become a commercial reality in the long list of Lizrdbrth innovations.

The leaker of this photo is currently seeking asylum (or is the asylum seeking him, I'm not really sure).
Too Funny Brian!!
Yeah, we all know what it is, but Lizrdbrth is staying elusive and tantalizing all of us...He purposely posted the "test" photo to tease us all!!!! Uh huh..we're watchin ya Lizrdbrth!!! ;)
 
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