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    Re: What will future motorcycles look like? Pics, Pics, Pics

    Indeed, seems to be the direction they're going
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    This looks very similar to a bike called the Nuda. I remember seeing it in Popular Science or Popular Mechanics by in like 1986. It was what fueled my lust for high speed bikes.

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    Anyone remember this one? I do. This was several years back. What's interesting is that it's not too far off from present day bikes. Hmmm.

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    Another cool thread resurrected!

    We saw the Tomahawk in person at the International Auto Show in SF this weekend...

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    and the new Camero (I thought that was the coolest car...in the '80's )

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    (Hard to get a good shot with all the people crowded around it!!!)
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    Re: What will future motorcycles look like? Pics, Pics, Pics

    ooh, like Kim said, another goodie but oldie thread. Here's some more.

    The Wraith - remember when this was on the cover of all our moto-mags?

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    Also, not too distance future... Yamaha Gen-Ryu

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    But then again, maybe this is our future.

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    i dont like that car at all they messed it up even the dodge messed the challenger up to. the on thing they kinda did right is the mustang.

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    Re: What will future motorcycles look like? Pics, Pics, Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by pashnit
    ooh, like Kim said, another goodie but oldie thread. Here's some more.


    But then again, maybe this is our future.

    Looks like a bumpy ride.
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    A HYBRID ........................ I see it's fitted with the stock BMW comfort seat ...........

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    I'm waiting for one of these little guys to come out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pashnit
    ooh, like Kim said, another goodie but oldie thread. Here's some more.

    The Wraith - remember when this was on the cover of all our moto-mags?
    It looks like the folks at confederate motorcycles have not been idle since hurricane Katrina (their factory was right on the waterfront in New Orleans)...see the new projects here

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    Quote Originally Posted by exwingnut
    It looks like the folks at confederate motorcycles have not been idle since hurricane Katrina (their factory was right on the waterfront in New Orleans)...see the new projects here
    I did read that article! When you look at this, doesn't it remind you of the models you played with as a kid. Or maybe what's currently on the shelf now at my local Toys R Us.


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