Ride your BMW off the perceived safety of tarmac? Let the verbal/written adventure begin...
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Doesn't look like HPN needs a crossover on their exhaust to make good power.
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That is very pretty, and only 155kg with fuel!
and Brunhilde - 1974 R90/6
Graduate, Wallace and Gromit School of Engineering and Design (Pending)
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A HPN engine is on my bucket list.
But I want to kill the one I have first,
that'll motivate me.
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Sweet looking bike, that would be fun to ride.
Prolly kick ass on the black top too.
Lord of the Bings
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Here's the an equally good equivalent, A couple of this fellas bikes have been featured in the british(spit) bike press. His will be the second number I phone when I win the lottery.
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