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    WDGAH

    Annual northeastern gathering of VFR riders
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    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

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    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

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  4. martinkap

    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

    © &copyvfdiscussion.com

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    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

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    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

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    Brian's BBQ

    From the album: WDGAH

    VFRs everywhere ...

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  8. From the album: WDGAH

    Stateline lookout

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  9. From the album: WDGAH

    A Stateline Lookout

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    Original sag

    From the album: My VFR

    Measured on the centerstand. Before adjustments. Now it measures 15in.

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  11. Luckily, I was not standing in the freshly digged grave and was not talking to Hamlet. But the picture I saw was not prettier. I was standing in front of a bike lying on her side and almost obscenely showing her guts. I don't know about you, but I feel that there is something ungodly and disturbing about bike down. It is never a pretty sight. The bike, nicely painted roadster with not much chrome, was lying on my favorite spot. I was too late to repark my Hawk GT and a guy who parks in the same area, snatched my spot. Just couple days ago, we parked next to each other on the oposite side of
  12. On Saturday, I decided to visit my friend in New Jersey. I zoomed through George Washington Bridge and enjoyed about 20 miles of nice freeway speed. Soon, I turned into his neighborhood. I remembered that the last time, I was almost hit by a car coming onto a street from nearby parking lot and thus slowed down. I was on the typical road in the shopping rural area. Two lanes each way, hard median and rather wide shoulder on the side. I kept my distance from ugly looking SUV in front of me and scanned for incoming traffic from the side. When suddenly, the SUV back doors opened and the driv
  13. From the album: Racing/riding pics

    Turn 3

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  14. From the album: Racing/riding pics

    Turn 3

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  15. I will try to beat the parking tix - they were written within 1 hour. But I think you are right that the rash on the side with bunch of duct tape put them off - or they were just couple of drunks fidgeting with a motorcycle.... I guess we will never know But I have to say, the police was impressive ... the undercover was perfect - looked like bunch of 20 year old drinking in the car :-) and they arrived amazingly fast! Did not expect that at all...
  16. Hi, you are becoming a celebrity of VFRD :thumbsup: But seriously, very nice pic and very good body position!!! The two finger clutch is just icing on the cake :-) Martina
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    No, I am not looking :P I mean, no but I am looking - but let me warn you, I am very picky with whom I ride !!! B)
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    Do you mean the "90degrees rotated V-sign" inserts on the side panels? I actually agree with you - I saw those inserts ones ONLY ones on ebay made from carbon fiber and I was too slow to bid ... I regret that till today ... M.
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    Haha, in this particular pic I have t-shirt on which says with bold yellow letters "I am not dead yet!" ... but I would wear yours too :-) You are right that the headlights confuse people... anyway, I wrote more about the bike in its own thread I had to start: http://www.vfrdiscussion.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=24852 Thanks, M.
  20. Thursday was just a weird day. In the morning, I have discovered that I got two parking tickets during one hour over night. I did not want to leave my VFR there anymore, so I rode her to work. From then, the crap started just pile up. I went home that night and first I realized that I left my knee protectors at work (which complicated my planned Friday ride out to upstate NY because I never ride without proper gear) and then it took me forever to find the 'right' parking spot for her. I had to park her on the street (since I did not want to get more tickets) but I managed to find a spot visi
  21. From the album: My VFR

    It is my 750 VFR 4th generation with some custom body work, custom underseat exhaust and chrome wheels. Custom front fairing: The 1998 style front fairing was used to cut out the headlight assembly was cutom fit on to the original fairing. Custom rear fairing: The blinkers were shaved from the tail section so it looks more narrow and sleek. The lights were incorporated with rear lights. All custom work was done by Tom at Bodacious Cycle Paint Works. (www.mphcomputrack.com) Custom exhaust: The proto type underseat exhaust was done by Hans at HMF Engineering. He said he would nev

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    meonfarm.jpg

    From the album: My VFR

    It is my 750 VFR 4th generation with some custom body work, custom underseat exhaust and chrome wheels. Custom front fairing: The 1998 style front fairing was used to cut out the headlight assembly was cutom fit on to the original fairing. Custom rear fairing: The blinkers were shaved from the tail section so it looks more narrow and sleek. The lights were incorporated with rear lights. All custom work was done by Tom at Bodacious Cycle Paint Works. (www.mphcomputrack.com) Custom exhaust: The proto type underseat exhaust was done by Hans at HMF Engineering. He said he would nev

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  23. From the album: My VFR

    It is my 750 VFR 4th generation with some custom body work, custom underseat exhaust and chrome wheels. Custom front fairing: The 1998 style front fairing was used to cut out the headlight assembly was cutom fit on to the original fairing. Custom rear fairing: The blinkers were shaved from the tail section so it looks more narrow and sleek. The lights were incorporated with rear lights. All custom work was done by Tom at Bodacious Cycle Paint Works. (www.mphcomputrack.com) Custom exhaust: The proto type underseat exhaust was done by Hans at HMF Engineering. He said he would nev

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    sIMG_7004.JPG

    From the album: My VFR

    It is my 750 VFR 4th generation with some custom body work, custom underseat exhaust and chrome wheels. Custom front fairing: The 1998 style front fairing was used to cut out the headlight assembly was cutom fit on to the original fairing. Custom rear fairing: The blinkers were shaved from the tail section so it looks more narrow and sleek. The lights were incorporated with rear lights. All custom work was done by Tom at Bodacious Cycle Paint Works. (www.mphcomputrack.com) Custom exhaust: The proto type underseat exhaust was done by Hans at HMF Engineering. He said he would nev

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