Posts Tagged ‘Odd’

“I have had it with these motherf*$#ing snakes on this motherf*@#ing motorcycle!”

Sunday, January 10th, 2010

With sincerest apologies to Sam Jackson, here’s a snake on a bike:

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Submitted by: alikkon

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Ho, Ho, Holy Crap That’s a Lot of Stuff on a Motorcycle

Friday, December 25th, 2009

Merry Ecksmuss™, everybody.

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Christmas Tree, On Bike

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

“…it’s not going in our backyard, Rusty, it’s going on our motorcycle.”

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Five Wheels on an FZ6

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Ladies and gents, I give you the world’s first five-wheeled motorcycle.

It so happens that three of the wheels are strapped to the passenger seat, but let’s not split hairs here.

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Submitted by: epim

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Another Day, Another Costco Run

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

What’s that? You have chrome on your engine and carbon fiber on your exhaust?

Well screw you, buddy…I’ve got eggs on my tail and  potatoes on my tank.

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Submitted by: Fuckin’ Al

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The Brocade ServerIron GT

Monday, July 20th, 2009

The Brocade ServerIron GT E Series of higher-capacity midrange application switches provides a 5U highly expandable chassis form factor for traffic management, load balancing, application acceleration, and service protection. The switches leverage the advanced technology and modularity of high-end systems for future expandability and performance upgradability.

And here it is on a bike:

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Submitted by: Pollux

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When Nature Calls

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Rest stop? We don’t need no stinkin’ rest stop.

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A New Kind of Bi(ke)plane

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Evidently, the owner of this motorcycle installed this contraption to make riding his bike feel more like piloting an airplane.

According to Katherine B., who submitted these mind-boggling photos she took in 2002, “he rides very smoothly, despite the fact that he operates the brake, clutch, and throttle using the ropes and pulleys you can see on the handlebars.”

As for the epic cargo cage on the back, apparently “he’s always prepared–he brings everything he might need, everywhere he goes. He believes that putting all that weight on the back improves the handling.”

Diff’rent strokes for diff’rent folks, I suppose.

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