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|08-16-2011, 10:30 AM||#1|
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deus or brat style bikes
i have been working on getting back on 2 wheels. its not been easy. sometimes i think i have the green light, a lot of the time it is like everyone scored a victory and finally got me to stop riding *big sigh of releif* from them
anyway... i have been wanting to get a small bike for my eventual return. i have been thinking of a dual sport, like a tw200, xt250, or something along those lines. im no dirtbike guy by any means, but a simple dual sport like that appeals to me. i'll likely only be commuting on it, with an occasional small ride.
i like the deus and brat styles of customized bikes. i havent seen too much locally or even in the us, but it's big in japan. what kind of difficulties would i be facing, other than the wife, to get special parts for a deus style bike?
i think the tank would be the biggest obstacle.
pic related- something like this
and i know, man card, nuts, wife in the kitchen, etc...
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