Motorizedbikes better than motorcycles because...



Ludwig II

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o her boyfriend Over and over again i'm surprised at how much women like my motorized bicycle, and it's translated into tangible results, if you follow my direction of thought.
The outcomes stated one line above have never happened on any of the motorcycles i've ever owned.


Whilst I doubt it will ever happen for me, I must now keep this page away from my wife, or I'll be instantaneously guilty.
 

Anton

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Had a little inspiration for a tongue-in-cheek list why I prefer MAB's to motorcycles/scooters.Add yours.

1) I can pick it up with one hand
Definitely 1). I like how you can pick them up and put them in the back of your car.

What about the fun factor? It's a completely different thrill on a motorized bike compared to a motorbike. It always makes me smile when I ride!
 

Fabian

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It's a completely different thrill on a motorized bike compared to a motorbike. It always makes me smile when I ride!
I agree.

It's something that can't be appreciated until you build one and ride it, then make the necessary reliability improvements and functionality improvements, through your own ingenuity and handy work; giving great satisfaction when it all works to perfection.
 

fm2200

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I raced motorcycles, still have a Triumph, Bonneville 1969 love it still. Also love the look and feel of my three mb's, there's no power play, but very cool to ride, get smiles all the time. Only other bikers like my Triumph and because it's vintage they think I'm cool. That Gremlin guy said it all, he's one guy I wish I knew, salt of the earth. I think anyone that ride mb's are real nice people, some are not, I'm sure, but overall as a group I would say there down to earth. Just be real careful riding these mb's, I almost got hurt quite a few times, the driver's over where I am don't respect other cars let alone an mb.
 

grinningremlin

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Yup, motorcycles are cool, just can't afford them.Your Triumph, where I grew up (Sbdo CA) there was a dude that had a Triumph (had the funky turned down bars) he would do these three to four mile wheelies at 60mph, as kids we all thought he was some superhero.
 
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Saddletramp

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I make SUV drivers cry when I fill up and they hear, Well heres another 125 miles. 3.05 please. $15.00 on gas, 4.00 on oil, Per Month. rest is pure fun.
 
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Samdallas214

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so true Saddletramp

I make SUV drivers cry when I fill up and they hear, Well here's another 125 miles. 3.05 please. $15.00 on gas, 4.00 on oil, Per Month. rest is pure fun.
So true when I go to the register and pay for $1.50-$2.00 in gas and say I'm going to fill it up I get some of the strangest looks,.
I always ask when is the last time you could fill up your ride for $1.50-$2.00

:D:devilish::giggle::devilish::love:
 

jmsmedia

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I had mine next to a nice Motorcycle while I was putting my 3 locks on Killer, I had 2 different people stop ask about it ,not even looking or saying any thing to the man on the motorcycle and even the man on the Motorcycle asked me about it and loved it , said he really liked my MB.
Said when I was riding up he seen my spoke lights, he really liked the lights on the spokes said they looked so cool all the different shapes and colors asked where, I got them, I told him you can get them at Walmart for $20.00 each or do like I did ebay for $8.00 each of eBay

I get so may t kids and or dads and even moms/women ask me about my MB.
And even women that does not like motorcycles likes MB's because they are so cool
I was rideing behind 8 Harleys,hugh, motorcycles-in a 25 mph zone When suddenly a group of kids 10 kids came running out to the road. They ranted and said ,look at that!!! . I noticed they were talking about my electric bicycle and never paid attention to big harleys-lol
 

Ludwig II

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I was at an air show years ago, there were big things, fast things, loud things. What stole the show was an old Fieseler Storch WW2 spotter plane. It drifted in on the breeze, landed almost vertically, took off the same, all so delicate and dainty. It was the contrast that did it; you stand out by not playing big loud games.
 
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