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 Post subject: Clarkson and Bikes
PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2007 23:19 
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I see Clarkson chopped up a picture of a Ducati the Hammond stuck on the cool wall tonite.
What a faggot, he's afraid of bikes :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Clarkson and Bikes
PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2007 23:28 
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Rigpig wrote:
I see Clarkson chopped up a picture of a Ducati the Hammond stuck on the cool wall tonite.
What a faggot, he's afraid of bikes :roll:


Now - prats and RP spring to mind


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 Post subject: Re: Clarkson and Bikes
PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2007 23:34 
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Rigpig wrote:
I see Clarkson chopped up a picture of a Ducati the Hammond stuck on the cool wall tonite.
What a faggot, he's afraid of bikes :roll:


Now - prats and RP spring to mind


Goodness gracious me :P


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To be fair, Ducatis are pretty rubbish!


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RobinXe wrote:
To be fair, Ducatis are pretty rubbish!


But it wasn't the fact that it was a Duke though, just that it was a bike. :lol: He's shit scared of 'em I tells ya :twisted:


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I thought it was funny :lol:

Someone aught to invite him to sit in the chair of a racing sidecar outfit...

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Sticking Clarkson in a sidecar wouldn't change his mind. He rode a Harley on his latest DVD and hated it.

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R1Nut wrote:
Sticking Clarkson in a sidecar wouldn't change his mind. He rode a Harley on his latest DVD and hated it.


I'm not surprised - even most bikers would hate that! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Sixy_the_red wrote:
I'm not surprised - even most bikers would hate that! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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I did not see it but presumably he rode "bitch".....not my idea of fun either.

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Gizmo wrote:
I did not see it but presumably he rode "bitch"


Nope, he actually rode it ... for about 50 yards ... and it was an 883 Sportster ... and I think he then shot it.

And on that bombshell ... :lol:

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I had the 883 Sportster for a little while, it wasn't great.


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RobinXe wrote:
I had the 883 Sportster for a little while, it wasn't great.


Nope. not a sportster fan. In the US they are known as Skirtsters because they are popular with the ladies. They are very top heavy. Not easy to ride at all.

The only true modern Harleys are the big twins. I rent when I am in the US. I have had chance to do good mileage on....

Road King (2000 miles, Sturgis 2004)
Electra glide (3500 miles, Coast to coast 2006)
Dyna Wide (400 miles, Mississippi run 2006)
Fat Boy (450, miles Pacific coast highway 2004 & 2005)
Heritage Softail (2000 miles, Sturgis 2003)
Duce (500, miles Tail of the dragon ride, North Carolina)

Out of them all my favorites are the Fat Boy and the Wide Glide.

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Had a blast on a V-Rod, that was good fun!


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We've got a nice New Holland here at work... :lol:

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Sixy_the_red wrote:
We've got a nice New Holland here at work... :lol:


Check out this sound bite...."It ain't a tractor"

Beware, contains strong language...LOL


http://fp.funfiles.plus.com/soundbytes/sound_bytes.htm

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Sixy_the_red wrote:
We've got a nice New Holland here at work... :lol:


It's rare to see the words "nice" and "New Holland" appearing in the same sentence...


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adam.L wrote:
Sixy_the_red wrote:
We've got a nice New Holland here at work... :lol:


It's rare to see the words "nice" and "New Holland" appearing in the same sentence...


I think he's older than I am... 4000 series? I don't know much about tractors... :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Clarkson and Bikes
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On the recent Vietnam episode they all had to buy bikes and after the rain stops and Clarkson hits a few bends... Wait for it...

HE ADMITS HE'S LOVING IT!!! If it weren't for the rain he would have thought it fantastic but hey, that's why i like hot underseat exhausts whilst stopped at lights :D


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