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    its a disease MadKaw's Avatar
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    Default my son Eric at Palomar on his new R1

    Palomar is down by San Diego
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    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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    Default Re: my son Eric at Palomar on his new R1

    Love the color scheme on that bike!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Default Re: my son Eric at Palomar on his new R1

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetstream01 View Post
    Love the color scheme on that bike!
    It's a first for me to see orange wheels on silver on a R1. That's got to be custom powder coated wheels right Jan? Looks great!
    Crashing makes you faster.. congrats on popping your cherry.


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    Default Re: my son Eric at Palomar on his new R1

    yeah flourescent wheels are a craze down in SoCal
    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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