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Opinion: What is the Most Useless Farkle?

This random thought occurred to me today. Just for fun, I'm curious as to what your experience or opinion is:

What is the most useless, least motorcycle-related thing you have ever (a) personally installed, or (b) seen installed on a bike?

This excludes anything with real value -- like a GPS, radio, radar detector, extra gauges, power ports, lights, fender extenders, etc. This also excludes anything that might be considered to have even marginal value. I also want to exclude chrome and stuffed animals; they are too common (Goldwings...). I'm looking for the really obscure, off-beat, and useless here!

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What is the most useless, least motorcycle-related thing you have ever (a) personally installed, or (b) seen installed on a bike?

I think the most useless and least motorcycle farkle is the little sticker we put on our license plate every year, available at our local DMV office!!!

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i would have to say my CB. i could never get it to work correctly and after a while i stopped trying. i don't even put the unit in my oddment compartment anymore.
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How about "tinker" bells & deer whistles???

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Throttle boss, throttle rocker, or whatever other names they have, on the left grip.
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How about chrome plated deer antlers mounted to the front of a Harley Davidson Fat Boy. Saw this in Toronto a couple of years ago. Wish I had a camera.
Also got a picture somewhere of a buffalo head mounted on a rat bike at the 2003 Sturgis rally.

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Respectfully disagree - I love and use the throttle rocker on all of my bikes and hate to ride any bike without one. Worth their weight in gold in my opinion!

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Throttle boss, throttle rocker, or whatever other names they have, on the left grip.
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In my experience, it's been J-Pegs.
Dave, no "gyno exam" riding position for you...?

But you have to admit that Jpegs have a bike-related use, so I guess I have to create a third category in this thread:

Bike-related products that just don't work for you, or don't work as advertised.
(but, I'm still more interested in the oddball stuff...)

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Respectfully disagree - I love and use the throttle rocker on all of my bikes and hate to ride any bike without one. Worth their weight in gold in my opinion!
You missed the part where he said "on the LEFT grip".

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I once saw a picture of a Gold Wing with a YSR 50 mounted on the back. That's right, a 50cc motorcycle strapped to the back of a 1,500cc motorcycle.

I guess it's kinda like towing a Rav4 behind your motor home.

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So far, I would say the BMW cup holder I asked for and received for Christmas this year. First time I used it, the full water bottle fell out during a left turn. On a busy Austin intersection. Maybe it is too complicated for me.
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I use the cup holder, throttle rocker, j-pegs and CB (J&M of course) and all work well. The most valuable farkles of course are the antenna balls.

I vote the radar detector as worthless as I never pay attention to it. I don't even mount it anymore.

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I vote the radar detector as worthless as I never pay attention to it. I don't even mount it anymore.
Then you just ain't ridin' fast enough! I wouldn't ride without my radar detector.

Useless farkles in my book for LTs- Pinstriping & Illuminated side wind wings.

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Easiest way to determine this for me was to notice what I miss on the GS. I miss the cruise control and the adj. Windsheild... the rest is just fluff.
Yes, some is fun fluff, but not having it didn't detract from my ride.
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Useless farkles in my book for LTs- Pinstriping & Illuminated side wind wings.
I think illuminated side wings are very useful, but only if one is red and the other blue, preferably on a flasher. Just for added visibility, you understand.

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i would have to say my CB. i could never get it to work correctly and after a while i stopped trying. i don't even put the unit in my oddment compartment anymore.
You're lucky, Gerhard...Channel 19 is like listening to the sound track from a hospital ward for the vocally insane. Endless dribble; no information on current road conditions...Channel 19 users don't really care if they're moving or not, as long as their signal is reaching out no less than a hunderdt miles.

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I agree with Dave Dragon....j-pegs....are the extended ones any better?

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I agree with Chuck, deer whistles. Do they run the deer or call them?, I think they just catch bugs!

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I agree with Chuck, deer whistles. Do they run the deer or call them?, I think they just catch bugs!
I agree, deer whistles and bells. I have a bell (thanks Grif) but the only time I hear it jingle is when the bike is shut down and I am moving the front tire around; when it jingles it makes me think of "It's A Wonderful Life"!

So maybe the bell is not so bad after all! LOL

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These are all good answers so far. I'm still looking for the oddball, unusual, and completely indescribable LT "addition".

Ken's bike-on-a-bike comes close...

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I took the LT emblem off the back and added the M (as in M3) logo. It's pretty useless, but it makes me feel like I have 17 more hp.
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I agree with Dave Dragon....j-pegs....are the extended ones any better?
YES! The XLs rock! Then again...I never called the Regulars "useless".

IMHO, the most useless farkles on my LT are the two BMW Roundels on the saddlebags and on the front. Other than that, I don't regret a single farkle that I've purchased/installed. Proof positive is the way I'm accessorizing my Ninja to mirror the LT.
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YES! The XLs rock! Then again...I never called the Regulars "useless".

IMHO, the most useless farkles on my LT are the two BMW Roundels on the saddlebags and on the front. Other than that, I don't regret a single farkle that I've purchased/installed. Proof positive is the way I'm accessorizing my Ninja to mirror the LT.
What about things you might have seen on others' bikes?

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I've never come across this farkle before... seems useless, but cool...

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What about things you might have seen on others' bikes?
That list is too long . . . and I'd step on too many toes. So...FORGET ABOUT IT! Besides, it's their money, so what do I care?
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That list is too long . . . and I'd step on too many toes. So...FORGET ABOUT IT! Besides, it's their money, so what do I care?
Fair enough Joe, but remember my original request:

"This excludes anything with real value -- like a GPS, radio, radar detector, extra gauges, power ports, lights, fender extenders, etc. This also excludes anything that might be considered to have even marginal value. I also want to exclude chrome and stuffed animals; they are too common (Goldwings...). I'm looking for the really obscure, off-beat, and useless here!"

An example might be a cappucino (sp?) machine, or a handlebar-mounted Dremel for doing your nails, or anything equally... odd.

Just for fun.

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I don't use my J-Pegs & C.B. everyday, but wouldn't be without them on Long trips. I use my throttle rocker everyday, but I see them all the time on "LEFT" grips (useless).
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What about farkles on riders? The most useless farkle of all time are spurs worn by Harley riders - holy cow, is that stupid or what! I want to know where exactly do you spur your bike to make it go faster...... ?
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How about them fringes they hang from their brake/clutch levers.


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I vote the radar detector as worthless as I never pay attention to it. I don't even mount it anymore.
Is it for sale then? What kind and how much???

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Smile I think these are pretty useless

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I've never come across this farkle before... seems useless, but cool...

http://www.corbin.com/bmw/k1200lt_smug.shtml
Hmmmm, I never liked choclate ice cream before I tried it.
My wife has her own bike, does not like LD riding, and the smuggler cuts the turbulence vs stock topcase.
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I dunno, I can think of a few riders that might qualify.

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Ouch. The cost of that "farkle" probably exceeds a garage full of LTs...

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Farkle???

Is an ex-wife a Farkle or ture "road rash"??

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