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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I believe it can also be tilted upwards, for female passengers to sit on and orgasm with...

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    If it's "Classics" you want. This is a true classic and an appreciating one. A Honda ANF-125 Innova, the successor to the immortal C90 Cub and a far better bike. Clean, low mileage Innovas have double in value in the last year. They are becoming sought after and rightly so. It may not be big, fast or flash, but it's a great machine.



    Yes. I have one identical to the one pictured. Mint, with 4000 miles on the clock. It runs like a swiss watch and starts first kick even after being left for months.

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    Always wanted one of these. The rare Yamaha SDR-200. A mini 'rocketship'. Seriously quick for a tiddler. One reviewer described it as the only small bike he could call "brutal"! Looks gorgeous to me.


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    Loving those new Harley Sportsters with the rusty brown and olive green paintwork and the all black metal work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Always wanted one of these. The rare Yamaha SDR-200. A mini 'rocketship'. Seriously quick for a tiddler. One reviewer described it as the only small bike he could call "brutal"! Looks gorgeous to me.

    Yes I like that, as it has some style to it and looks 'purposeful'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    If it's "Classics" you want. This is a true classic and an appreciating one. A Honda ANF-125 Innova, the successor to the immortal C90 Cub and a far better bike. Clean, low mileage Innovas have double in value in the last year. They are becoming sought after and rightly so. It may not be big, fast or flash, but it's a great machine.



    Yes. I have one identical to the one pictured. Mint, with 4000 miles on the clock. It runs like a swiss watch and starts first kick even after being left for months.
    Ha - all that needs is a basket at the front for your groceries, and some panniers at the back for your incontinence pads!

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    Back to 'wet dream' material.... A touch of 'Vincent' in this beautiful Yamaha XV1100 custom:



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    well just like hifi,it appears to be one mans wet dream is another mans 'pile of crap'
    isn't it great to have all tastes catered for.
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    You can still buy a real retro bike. The Royal Enfield Bullet. Directly derived from its 1930's roots. I'd not want one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    well just like hifi,it appears to be one mans wet dream is another mans 'pile of crap'
    isn't it great to have all tastes catered for.
    Lol - indeed! You might not like it, and that's fine, but I don't see how it's a "pile of crap"... Care to explain?

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