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Folks Of Interest how many hambers ride MOTORCYCLES

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Mr Haney, Apr 10, 2009.

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  1. Mr Haney
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    motorcycles are registered motor vehicles, classified as hot rods too, why would any dispute that fact ? ? my flathead is a 1939 ULH TRADITIONAL HOT ROD
    last several threads got hammered ....why ? ? ?
     

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  2. Crankhole
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  4. Mr Haney
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    no DRAMA please ! ! just curious how many guys here ride. Most cases folks with hot rods have bikes too. kinda goes hand in hand with SPEED adiction, adrenaline rush seekers ! !

    every time a thread gets going the thing gets slammed before i can get a acurate count
     

  5. I used to, though not HAMB friendly bikes.
    DUCATI!!
    Had a few shitty old bevel drive 900's, then picked up one that was once a nice well built bike (MHR900), worked over pretty well but then left to die.
    Stepped onto a 900ss in about 94-5 while in the Army, fell in with a 'crowd' all into fast bikes.
    Then I bought a 916, wasn't fast enough but a magnificent bike.
    Last bike was a 996 SPS/R, bought from an Australian superbike team owner, basically a Superbike with lights, scary fast, Carbon fiber everything. I miss that bike.
    Sorry for being so O/T, but I loved fast bikes.
    Would love a 'bobber' type trumpie though (Sorry again, but I dont know what else to call it)
    Doc.
     
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  6. Von Rigg Fink
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    count me in for about 30 years..
    i think there was a thread on this back about 8 months ago
     
  7. PS, No bike now.
     
  8. hotrodladycrusr
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    Would be much easier if you went over to the Jockey Journal and asked them how many are HAMB folks. THATS how you would get an accute count if in fact thats what your intentions are. ;)
     
  9. Mr Haney
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  10. Mr Haney
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    Von Rigg, spent some time trying to find that thread, no luck

    Doc I knew you were a adrenaline Junky for sure bro ! ! !

    Does J.James still ride ? ? or is he all hot rod and fancy chicks now ? ? ?
     
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    Nevermind. I need more coffee before I respond to stuff...
     
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  12. Von Rigg Fink
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    "Von Rigg, spent some time trying to find that thread, no luck"..Haney Quote


    I think it got closed..or deleted..it did however get fairly large before that happened
     
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  14. Me too! Mine was a '95 900 SS with upgraded gearing & brakes. Had alot of fun at track days at Laguna Seca... :)
     
  15. Mr Haney
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    the threads are there but all shut down. how about asking for pics of hot rod with bike in foreground pics ? ? not trying to be a dick here , just curiouse.

    cant you just simply skip over this thread and go on to the next one that interest you ? ? why open it up just with intent to dish out shit...

    just saw your post with link man....thanks i will check out 1
     
  16. captainflight
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    Been riding for 43 years. Started out with a 650cc '65 BSA Thunderbolt. Now ride a fairly rare "76 Kawasaki 750 cc twin with only 12K miles on it. I like older Harleys but have never owned one yet. My son has two Suzuki GSXR's, an early 750cc and a later 1100cc. Both of them are real rockets!
     
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  18. Ryan
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    I'll leave this open for a bit... how's that?
     
  19. Surprising -- LOL

    oh, and I own 9 bikes currently
     
  20. harley man
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    Thanks for leaving it open Ryan.I am also a rider.35+years.I have 3 H-Dogs 53,99,03,
     
  21. cleatus
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    Been racing motocross since 1976 - still at it regularly. Currently an '08 KTM450.
     
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  23. i have been riding 34-35 years or so and i own three , 53 panhead , 78 shovelhead , 2005 bagger..
     
  24. Asphalt Outlaw Hero
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    I do at HAMB activities:D. This is a Hot Rod forum.I guess you could start a bike community but then there is a big bike community at the Jockey Journal.Some pretty diverse stuff there too.My 1952 Vincent Black Shadow in action.
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  25. seatex
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    Been riding Harleys since '79. Current ride 2008 Crossbones. It's hell to walk in the shop and have so many decisions to make...............................'29, '31,'56.... darn the luck!
     
  26. Mr Haney
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    Thank you Ryan ! bikes and rods seem like they are both vehicles purpose built for the same trip.

    brewsir...was working in benicia for a few weeks last month, stopped in at hot rod re-sale facility off industrial way. pic of my 66 generator shovel . hot rod in background to be politically correct
     

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    Just started . I have a 1942 45 H-D that i have pieced together. It all started when i found a 45 frame in a iron pile in 1984. Got it on the road thanksging of 08. I guess i'm slow.
     
  28. ttarver
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    Here's mine. It's a ................HONDA!!

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    and the '54 is in the background.
     
  29. Tman
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    OK, I will 'splain this again to those that don't get it. The Jockey Journal www.jockeyjournal.com is the HAMBs sister site for bikes. Ryan started it for us HAMBers that dig bikes. The Garage Journal www.garagejournal.com is another sister site that deals with all things Garage,tools etc......... try em out, you will meet new and exiting folks!
     
  30. Larry T
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    There are a couple of motorcycle threads here already, but if Ryan says OK I'll post 'em again. I haven't been without a scooter since 1969, here's what I currently ride.
    Larry T

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    and this,

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