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post #1 of 6 Old Dec 15th, 2009, 9:39 pm Thread Starter
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We don't need no steenking motorcycle

I don't even know what you call this get up....but it's pretty awesome.

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post #2 of 6 Old Dec 15th, 2009, 9:47 pm
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Re: We don't need no steenking motorcycle

Who will hold your beer? Where does the license plate go?

I call it "awesome" ...to watch...
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Re: We don't need no steenking motorcycle

After the beer, if you can bolt on the BMW drink holder... ya gotta empty the tank....


On the go perhaps?......

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Re: We don't need no steenking motorcycle

I'm simply jealous of the conditions of the roads. The guy would be road side F.O.D. if it were done in the states... I did find the origin of the sport Its called Buggy rollin..Its a

http://www.buggy-rollin.com/site/

Personally, I've got too much baggage to be doin that, but it looks like a blast!


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Re: We don't need no steenking motorcycle

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I'm simply jealous of the conditions of the roads. The guy would be road side F.O.D. if it were done in the states... I did find the origin of the sport Its called Buggy rollin..Its a

http://www.buggy-rollin.com/site/

Personally, I've got too much baggage to be doin that, but it looks like a blast!







Old, fat, bald guys ROCK! (well, maybe not fat...)

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Old, fat, bald guys ROCK! (well, maybe not fat...)

http://www.jet-man.com/prod/index.html

What's F.O.D. ? Food of the day?
airfield (military) jargon...FOD Foreign Object Debris

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