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|05-07-2008, 08:34 AM||#41|
I'm a lucky charm!
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'07 Zx6R -ded '08 ninjatoofiddy!!!
msf- old suzuki gz250 at awesome cycles, lol
2007 v-star 650 Custom blackout
HK pipes/H.C./Rejet. loved her. sod her. hate myself.
2007 zx-6r green-Ninja Turtle, taken from me by a woman who should not be allowed to drive, on bay area.
2008 ninja 250R - the beast! sheer, raw power. tire shredding torque, infinite top end, and no rev limit whatsoever! i set trees on fire when i pass.
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|05-07-2008, 05:38 PM||#42|
Squid Pro Quo
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Location: Houston, TX
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Experience: 10+ years
Honda XL 600
1. 1996 VFR 750 (2002-2004) 12,000 miles
2. Patrick's Badass 2000 929RR (2004-2006) 18,000 miles
3. 1999 Triumph Daytona 955i (2007 Sep - Dec) 3,000 miles
4. 2004 Honda 1000 RR (June 2007) So far 10,000 miles
5. 1971 Honda CB 350 (Feb 2008) 400 miles
6. 2001 RC 51 (Mar 2008) 500 miles
Next: Goldwing for really long distances.