Yeahhhh.. I haven't seen anyone else with that Arrow exhaust. It's actually a full titanium replica. Sounds mean!! I like it because people can hear it.. Boy can they hear it. Sorry about your run-in with the cager. I see people on their phones all the time when I'm riding. It's scary. I have an 06 cbr 600 as well.. It's a nice little bike. Was thinking about selling it. I'll probably have to look into comfort soon here, though at the moment I don't have any back pain or fatigue.46Alpha wrote:Ugh, **** man that's a sweet looking CBR. I love the Fireblades. And the Arrow pipes, looks like a MotoGP exhaust. I had a 08 CBR600 before the VFR. Absolutely loved it. Then a silly cager on her cell phone ran a red light and took me out. Totaled my CBR and landed me in the ICU for a week I miss that bike. Love the Viffer tho. At my quickly advancing age, it's way more comfortable on the all day rides.
hahaha.. Isn't it a given?!? They have to have names!!! If you're strange, so am I! Tales a certain type of people to ride these things I guess.46Alpha wrote:Ya know it's funny. My wife gives me crap all the time about naming all my bikes. She says I'm strange. I'm gonna show her your post Waffle.
Awesome! How did you get that shot?!? Friend in a car? Do you carry any of your Spyderco's while riding? And how about your wife.. Does she carry anything?Switchback wrote:Weekend warrior for the most part but I do ride to work ocassionally.
My wife and I "In The Wind"
Thanks! My best friend's wife took the shot from the back of their bike. When she got done, we switched lanes and my wife took a shot of them. We were on our way to Cabela's but the picture taking was planned in advance.Waffle wrote:Awesome! How did you get that shot?!? Friend in a car? Do you carry any of your Spyderco's while riding? And how about your wife.. Does she carry anything?
Fortunately, Illinois lets those who ride decide. My wife and I both own helmets but we generally only wear them in states that require it.Waffle wrote:I just noticed, no helmets! Isn't that scary?!? I'm in Southern California. Illegal to ride without, though out here, I wouldn't have it any other way!!!! Lots and lots of cars out here.
I like the gas mileage for the motorcycles.. I don't know how other states are, but here in California we're able to split lanes, share lanes and carpool. Needless to say there never really is "traffic" for me.Sequimite wrote:I haven't ridden a motorcycle since college, but we're entertaining the possibility of buying one. The main reason is the ferry system. Motorcycles go to the front of the line even when there are too many cars to fit on the ferry; get on first, get off first and pay a lower fare. There are an unbelievable number of retired people here that ride Harleys.
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