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Old 03-07-2012, 12:01 AM
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RADMAG member, proper biker, won't be asking what type of tyres I should have or if anodised valve caps are useful.
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Anodised Valve caps ARE useful! And round tyres are pretty good for bikes and trikes!

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that old chest nut.........define it i dare you..............been debated beyond the point of sanity.


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that old chest nut.........define it i dare you..............been debated beyond the point of sanity.


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Ride a Harley, wear a bandana, call everybody 'Bro'.....there, that just about covers it

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Ride a Harley, wear a bandana, call everybody 'Bro'.....there, that just about covers it

Welcome from Arrksferdshire!
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I've never owned a Harley
Neither have I....the comment wasn't aimed at you, but at the belief that it's necessary to follow an American stereotype (which has been turned into a 'box ticking' parody of itself by HOG members and Discovery Channel addicts) in order to qualify for this label (itself American in origin). I believe someone in the States hes even produced a MANUAL for it, ffs!!
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Ride a Harley in the sun if it's not too hot, wear a bandana, call everybody 'Bro'.....there, that just about covers it

Welcome from Arrksferdshire!
Corrected that for you.

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Neither have I....the comment wasn't aimed at you, but at the belief that it's necessary to follow an American stereotype (which has been turned into a 'box ticking' parody of itself by HOG members and Discovery Channel addicts) in order to qualify for this label (itself American in origin). I believe someone in the States hes even produced a MANUAL for it, ffs!!
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I had posted a Pinocchio image as I had an FLHTCU a while back...no chaps tho, they make my arse look really big.
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Hmm! Why are they called "Chaps"?
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Hmm! Why are they called "Chaps"?
I always thought it was because they were worn by Chaps who are interested in other Chaps.
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Probably why I've never worn them then!
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I always thought it was because they were worn by Chaps who are interested in other Chaps.
You mean..... more 'Oscar Wilde' than 'Barnaby Wilde'
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You mean..... more 'Oscar Wilde' than 'Barnaby Wilde'
Better to be the envy of other chaps in chaps than not to be envied at all.
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Hmm! Why are they called "Chaps"?
With your arse hanging out and all the rain we get..what else could you call them?

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