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Har-leeeee....

No!...Vicky, I've told you a dozen times already....

I know...but I just want the truthhhhh....

Okay, okay!...YES...those slip ons DO make your ass look FAT!...now...come here...


....don't touch me!....

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Har-leeeee....

No!...Vicky, I've told you a dozen times already....

I know...but I just want the truthhhhh....

Okay, okay!...YES...those slip ons DO make your ass look FAT!...now...come here...


....don't touch me!....

What's with the diapers? I thought themz posed to be nekkid bikes.

What's the one on the left, Night train?




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Looks to me like Harley is Vicky's new boy toy. Vicky's been ridden around the block a few times and Harley has yet to experience life, as it were.

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Someone once told me to not publish your license plate on the internet...seems someone like "motorbikerx" might grab a trailer, jump on a ship...drive across country...and steal your bike, if they pinpoint where you are...

Actually, I had just put new tires on the Night Train, front and rear...that's what gave me the idea...

The Harley has about 13,500 miles...the Hammer...just over 3,000...

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Take a plate number and pay 25 bucks to a search outfit. Pretty much have the goods on who, what, where and when.

After that it's all about managing ambition and opportunity.

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Someone once told me to not publish your license plate on the internet...seems someone like "motorbikerx" might grab a trailer, jump on a ship...drive across country...and steal your bike, if they pinpoint where you are...

Actually, I had just put new tires on the Night Train, front and rear...that's what gave me the idea...

The Harley has about 13,500 miles...the Hammer...just over 3,000...
Whats your problem with me Lowflight?
Your reasin for slandering me on the internet?

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Someone once told me to not publish your license plate on the internet...seems someone like "motorbikerx" might grab a trailer, jump on a ship...drive across country...and steal your bike, if they pinpoint where you are...

Actually, I had just put new tires on the Night Train, front and rear...that's what gave me the idea...

The Harley has about 13,500 miles...the Hammer...just over 3,000...
Whats your problem with me Lowflight?
Your reason for slandering me on the internet?

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Kingpin USD Forks
18" XC front wheel
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Stebel air horn
12.106 @110.90mph
114/123

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Whats your problem with me Lowflight?
Your reason for slandering me on the internet?
Hopefully it's his way of joking otherwise he's just being a dick. Seems a slam for no reason so maybe just a joke.

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I guarantee , it was just a joke .... lowflight is a good guy .... Prolly picked MBX because he lives on the other side of the planet . ....but what do I know , I just spent the last 6 hours in the er , and im currently jacked up on morphine ... details tomorrow , it is a teaching moment .....

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I guarantee , it was just a joke .... lowflight is a good guy .... Prolly picked MBX because he lives on the other side of the planet . ....but what do I know , I just spent the last 6 hours in the er , and im currently jacked up on morphine ... details tomorrow , it is a teaching moment .....
It's so easy to send the wrong message on the internet I seem to do it frequently.

What we mean to say can get skewed so easily.

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