I really hope now I can be on here more often than I’ve been able to unlike before when I was a regular part of the forum welcome wagon and general all round clown.
After another four months off the road I got back out there a couple of weeks ago and have been loving the riding again. I can’t get out as much as I’d like but like the rest of you, when I get out there I make the most of it.
As you can see she finally has two wheels again. Was starting to think I was never going to get her of the blocks.
Welcome back Now you can help us figure out why we haven't heard from 'la magruda' in a while
Flatulence is natures way of reminding us to laugh at ourselves.
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2003 V Star 1100 Custom
My Trixie has:
Tons of Kuryakyn chrome accy's
Vance and Hines Classics exhaust
SS Chubby pod kit
Custom aluminum wheels
Hard bags/touring trunk w/quick release
National Cycle Switchblade windshield
Cycle Sounds Series 2 audio system
Star Touring and Riding
Cleveland Chapter 178
2010 Stratoliner Deluxe
2011 V Star 950
Cobra Passenger Backrest
Kuryakyn Black ISO Grips w/ Throttle Boss
Kuryakyn Passenger Floor Boards
V&H Slip on Exhuast
Mephis Shades Batwing
Back Off Brake Light Module
L&M Chin Scoop
Thanks Guys it's great to be back, I should have said earlier too that the challenges that life throws at us sometimes is what has kept me from being on here much, not the bike being off the road. Thanks for asking after the missus Roxtar, we are doing well. Just coming into winter here as most of you guys go into summer.
[QUOTE=stratowart;49522]Absolutely BEAUTIFUL scooter Aussielad.
And glad you're back with us other clowns.
Thanks Wart, and I thought I left all the clowning behind. This is me some years ago.
I was a member of the dreaded Sydney Clowns. We used to wreak havoc wherever we went, terrifying old ladies with our hand held horns, scaring children with our pop guns, taking over footpaths with our minature unicycles and loved watching folkes run away as we kicked each other up the backside. I had to hang up the make up, baggy pants and big shoes long ago though.