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On 10/24/2018 at 2:25 PM, Calculon said:

I peaked about a month ago and added the Interceptor to the fleet.

 

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And thanks to our nifty little Smart car I'm able to get all three in the same bay with the car.

 

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However, I wasn't riding the Ninja very much as it's too similar to the Versys so decided to sell.  Now down to two but with the knowledge that I can fit three bikes in my garage.  Nature abhors a vacuum.

I'm surprised the bikes are in front of the car...  Nobody puts Baby in a corner!

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1986 vfr750 up coming project, I finally have a full set of good fairings for it, will need to be painted but not to broken. acquired 17" f2 wheels with forks that will be going on

good seat and shock. should be good to go, in a few years.

 

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6 hours ago, 007 said:

I'm surprised the bikes are in front of the car...  Nobody puts Baby in a corner!

 

Ha!

 

i can maximize space with the bikes by the wall as the front tires fit perfectly under the hull of the second kayak. 

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I just bought a Street Triple R.  Someone needs to buy one of my motorcycles!  Or I'll just keep all of them because I have MBD!

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4 hours ago, 007 said:

I just bought a Street Triple R.  Someone needs to buy one of my motorcycles!  Or I'll just keep all of them because I have MBD!

 

It's ok, if you're like me you'll end up selling it within 2 years. Nice bike, amazing suspension and fun engine, but absolutely no relaxation while riding it. It's like sitting on top of an angry toddler. Never felt so annoyed at being on a bike, one that performed well, too... lol

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Still suffering from MBD.  I recently traded in my '15 Gold Wing for a brand new, zero-mile 2019 Wing Tour.  Seeing as it's 19f degrees outside, with a lot of ice near to my driveway, I have not ridden her yet.  I went with the manual transmission model over the DCT, umm, because that's what I feel more comfortable with.  I can't wait for spring to arrive now!

 

 

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Hi Nodak.......come spring, give us a ride report on that new Gold Wing

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On 12/17/2016 at 3:24 AM, detroitrockcity said:

I definitely have this disorder, but I'm just looking for a second!  I have my 2006 VFR800i and need advice on the next one.  What does everyone think? (also suggestions and why)

 

  • Smaller?
  • Sportier?
  • Cruiser?

Thanks in advance,

 

DRC

RE Smaller:  YES

RE Sportier: Throttle is on the right, add suspension and tires

RE Cruiser:  Ride slower

On 11/5/2018 at 11:19 AM, thtanner said:

 

It's ok, if you're like me you'll end up selling it within 2 years. Nice bike, amazing suspension and fun engine, but absolutely no relaxation while riding it. It's like sitting on top of an angry toddler. Never felt so annoyed at being on a bike, one that performed well, too... lol

The STR is without a doubt the fastest street bike I own, but it sounds too much like an inline 4 for my liking.   It had drag bars on it, making comfort worse, so I switched to Renthal street low bend bars (fairly similar to stock) and it is comfortable enough.  My 500X retains the title of angry toddler, though.  It's pure evil and likely to be mine forever.  It's better at touring and highway slabbing than the VFR but nobody wants it because nobody wants a touring motard...

 

Sold the GSXR. 

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People that ride motorcycles are stupid, idiotic, societal misfits, have poor judgement, are not intelligent, are to be shunned, and will get killed very soon.

Anyone else get this the second someone finds out you ride a motorcycle?  It gets very old.  It also gets very old how overtly these criticizers and others are obviously trying to kill us with their cages.   Everyone has a snake, person that got killed on a motorcycle, and dog story to tell the world.  Ever notice that?     

 

Congratulations for anyone else that has MBD!  😎

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Disorders are complex. 

 

Thought i had MBD but turns out I’ve got Lack of Space Disorder. 

 

There are are other disorders in the same family: 

 

- Disapproving Spouse Dissorder

- Unstoppable Modification Disorder

- Constant Parts Buying Disorder

- Un-fitted Parts Hording Disorder (related to above and can last decades!)

- Selling Unused Parts on eBay at a Steep Loss After Decades of Storage Disorder (again, related to above, Disaproving Spouse Dosorder, and Lack of Space Disorder)

 

Sufferers of the above often also have Twitchy Right Wrist Disorder. Bikers are often impatient drivers because of this - want to overtake NOW! Want to be ahead of all traffic NOW! If you’ve ever been cut up badly by a car there’s a good chance the driver is a rider too. 

 

Lots of other disorders - listing yours is cathartic. Try it! 

 

Given all these complex and interrelated conditions, bikers should be treated as “vulnerable and at-risk” adults with “special needs”. People ought to show a little more sympathy for our plight and forgive our transgressions. 

 

The key is to raise awareness and get the social help we need. 

 

Off to get my meds now...

 

Stray

 

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2 hours ago, Stray said:

Disorders are complex. 

 

Thought i had MBD but turns out I’ve got Lack of Space Disorder. 

 

There are are other disorders in the same family: 

 

- Disapproving Spouse Dissorder

- Unstoppable Modification Disorder

- Constant Parts Buying Disorder

- Un-fitted Parts Hording Disorder (related to above and can last decades!)

- Selling Unused Parts on eBay at a Steep Loss After Decades of Storage Disorder (again, related to above, Disaproving Spouse Dosorder, and Lack of Space Disorder)

 

Sufferers of the above often also have Twitchy Right Wrist Disorder. Bikers are often impatient drivers because of this - want to overtake NOW! Want to be ahead of all traffic NOW! If you’ve ever been cut up badly by a car there’s a good chance the driver is a rider too. 

 

Lots of other disorders - listing yours is cathartic. Try it! 

 

Given all these complex and interrelated conditions, bikers should be treated as “vulnerable and at-risk” adults with “special needs”. People ought to show a little more sympathy for our plight and forgive our transgressions. 

 

The key is to raise awareness and get the social help we need. 

 

Off to get my meds now...

 

Stray

 

Stray - thats great! --- You forgot to add the "while I'm at it disorder" -omg i am soooo guilty! (intention to do one small job, but results in a bike tear down) 

But anyhoo for fun.... 

 

- Disapproving Spouse Disorder -- used to have that, but divorced her. No Maas! Gone! Gone! (add evil laugh track here) 

- Unstoppable Modification Disorder- guilty

- Constant Parts Buying Disorder - guilty

- Un-fitted Parts Hording Disorder (related to above and can last decades!) - guilty

- Selling Unused Parts on eBay at a Steep Loss After Decades of Storage Disorder (again, related to above, Disaproving Spouse Dosorder, and Lack of Space Disorder) - No so much... 

 

Cheers :beer:

 

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Y'all really slay me. Mostly because I am guilty of most of the above-listed disorders. There is one I do not have: the spouse version. The fact that we, peacefully, divorced prior to my first mc ('01 VFR8000) released the leash that led to all the other disorders. The leash marks disappeared long ago. :wheel:

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Hi guys,

 

Plenty of things going on in my life recently like new house, no more garage (...), new job, same wife hopefully 😉

 

My Bandit is stuck with strange electrical gremlins mixed with carb issues since last November (more than 3 month ago), I barely finished my VFR restoration and rode it for something like 150 km just before I moved to my new place. My friend offered me to borrow his 2007 Triumph Street Triple 675 (he barely uses it) in exchange of good care (and catching up on the maintenance). My wife told me I would need to buy a more recent motorcycle (understand MY>2000 and fuel injected) since it would sleep outside (related to the new house - no garage thread). She told me to buy the Triumph, I told her if I was to spend like 3 to 4 k€ in a bike, that should rather be closer to my dream bike (one that would wake me up at night like my wife said). In the end, I found a Kawi ZX-10R would be a perfect daily ride to commute to work.

 

So here they are, all the bikes I currently own:

 

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I repaired a center nose fairing. Fortunately, it was in dark green as well. I can't wait to get it back and ride it.

 

I have the custody of this one: 

 

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And my new toy - that's the French 106 BHP restricted version, but I have the parts to unleash the  full 188 poneys (for racetracks only) 


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As soon as I can, I try to make a picture with all 3 (4?) bikes on it.

 

I can't wait for better days/wheather so I can try to solve the Bandit issue(s). Also, that will be the opportunity to go riding with my wife as a passenger on the VFR. I 'll keep the Ninja for solo rides and have to register for trackdays in 2019 but with which bike - Bandit or Kawi? 

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Gilet jaune!!!  :goofy::goofy::goofy:

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40 minutes ago, Dutchy said:

Gillet jaune!!!  :goofy::goofy::goofy:

 

Nope Dutchy, this is just my rain suit. I would have never tought that I would be trendy one day with that suit 😉

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GUILTY! Though I've pared down from 9 bikes. The stable got down to four after my Suzuki GSX-S750 got totaled. I locked it up on wet pavement.  😞  All I got was a broken little pinky and some gnarly bruises. lol

 

Anyway, I just couldn't pass up a smokin' deal on another track bike last month, so I'm back to five. The new boy is a 2007 SV650. Ditched the handlebars for clipons and lots more mods yet to come.....

 

Yea. It's an addiction!  ROFL 

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^^^^ Quite a collection there Blesk.... Sporty bikes plus the Harley.. very cool. I can really appreciate someone who understands going slow can be just as fine as going fast. :beer:

(I resemble that remark) 

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Only 3 for me, plus a couple of spare engines, that one day will grow to a full blown bike.

 

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I've just stumbled across this thread, It just goes to show I'm not alone, I have it bad but not as bad as others, 

I ONLY have 3 in the garage, 2 more hiding at work

In my garage is only 1 Honda a RS850r replica (work in progress), 2 Yamaha's 1980 DT175MX & 1988 FZ750

At work 2 other 1988 FZ750's

Oh I forgot I have another FZ750 well part of one at my Mum's, covered over at the back of he garage

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I've cut down, although still have 4 Honda V4's. The high point was probably when we had 3 RVF400's (and a VFR750F)

 

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Now down to "only" two RVF400's (sold the track bike), the high-miler

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and the low-milage minter. 

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The  VFR750F (RC24)

 

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Project VFR750

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and a SV700

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Not mentioning the spare engines, NC30 frame, extra RC24 frame...

 

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15 hours ago, Fastdruid said:

I've cut down, although still have 4 Honda V4's. The high point was probably when we had 3 RVF400's (and a VFR750F)

 

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Now down to "only" two RVF400's (sold the track bike), the high-miler

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and the low-milage minter. 

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The  VFR750F (RC24)

 

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Project VFR750

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and a SV700

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Not mentioning the spare engines, NC30 frame, extra RC24 frame...

 

All great graphics and colors. Fabulous!

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I'm looking at picking up an '02 RC51, 11K miles, Dymag mag wheels, Jardine exhaust, Scotts steering damper, plus a bunch of other goods and extras including an extra set of Honda plastics for track use. It's been sitting for 4+ years, the owner is over 70 and says the riding position isn't for him anymore. He's had it since '04, and I believe was the 3rd owner.

 

It's going to need tires, fluids changed, maybe fork seals, registration renewed. It's registered non-op but has a clean title. Other than that it looks very clean, runs & sounds good, maybe needs some Seafoam and/or old gas changed out. No indication it was every low-sided. Price is $5K and he will not budge on that.

 

What's the wisdom of the MBD group? Add it to the stable?

 

 

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No brainer

Buy

 

 

 

If I could buy this bike for that price in NL I could flip that 100% in a day.

Dymag rims are already a grand.....

 

 

 

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Can't believe that wasn't a post about a bike you already bought. 

 

If you want a RC51, buy.

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