G'Day Sandman, welcome to the forum. Your nickname is pretty famous down here. In the 80's, Holden (our major vehicle manufacturer) made a panelvan for surfers with roof racks for surf boards called the 'Sandman', they are now a collectors item and a big part of Aussie automotive history.
P.S. A mate of ours on here, Jarhead1100 from Baltimore will no doubt welcome you shortly and enjoy the company of a fellow Marine.
Well Sandman, I like to think that we have a great bunch of folks here, from all over the globe. That's a great looking bike you have and I'm sure Bevo has already suggested that you submit it for bike of the month.
Yes sir, Bevo has givin' the suggest. This bike would look awsome on
There are alot of bikers who have helped me along the way and they like what they see. The story is very lengthy and not sure how to put it down. Once I get there permission to post there names itwill be cool. Hopefully it will work out for the sight, myself, and the ones who have helped me make this bike what it is. There is alot to post about the bike and my reasons for the build. Thats all I can lay down for now.
Hi! I've been a member of this forum awhile, but lost contact. I don't remember what bike I had when I joined,( have had several-two of which were written off after crashes), but now, my stable includes a '07 RoadStar Midnight (brought up to Silverado + specs, and a '15 1300CT, that I had to...
Well where do I start? I am 36 years of age. From IL. I can honestly say I started at the bottom
with bikes, and slowly worked my way up the ladder. I currently own a 2012 VStar 1300 Tourer.
I have had this bike going on 2 years now. I picked this bike up from a 70 year old man for
Hello fron sunny Tucson Az
I have a question. I hit something on the road over the weekend and bent/cracked my rear wheel. Looking for a replacement on ebay because the OEM wheel is almost $800. My question is, will a Stratoliner wheel fit my 2013 Raider ? The wheel I located is a 12 spoke wheel...
Welcome from Houston, Texas. Glad you joined us. To post larger pictures I use imgbb as many of us do.
Just open, sign in, start upload, choose picture, upload, copy full bb code linked. Paste in thread. There is not a limit size restriction. Try it and let me know how it...