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Warrior Of The Year 2014 Winner - Arîak77
Feb 18, 2015 - 5:28 AM - by sangathor
The winner of our 4th annual Warrior of the Year is Ariak77!

He ran away with the competition with 32 votes.

Ariak77, will also receive $100.00 from Vertical Scope, the owners of our forum. Ariak77, please pm me your paypal email address.


Model Year 2003

Color Paintjob: gold and black; engine: VHT wrinkle plus black
Size N/A

rim = Sunbeam 4,5x18" (Thunderbike)
ME880 130/60R18
brake discs = Sunbeam (Thunderbike)
frontfender = OEM stock modified with a streetfighter frontfender
spoiler = (Thunderbike) for a XV1600 (modified)
triple tree = H&B
fork lowering kit (wirth)
stainless steel brake lines (spiegler)
headlight = Classic I (Highsider)
handlebar = Ironside modified with 7/8" ends (Thunderbike)
grip-set (LSL)
adjustable clutch- and brake lever = (LSL) for a R1 RN04
master cylinder = R1 RN04
throttle clamp alu
brake fluid reservoir (rizoma)
micro switches
turnsignal = Micro 1000 dark (Kellermann)
mirrors (highsider)

rim = Sunbeam 7,5x18" (Thunderbike)
ME880 240/40R18
pulley = Sunbeam (Thunderbike)
brake discs = Sunbeam (Thunderbike)
rear break modified because of the breakingdisk
brake fluid reservoir (rizoma)
stainless steel brake lines (melvin)
front pulley cover = (Thunderbike) for a XV1600 (modified)
lowering kit OEM shock absorbers 35mm (Thunderbike)
rear fender = Stiletto 257mm widh
taillight = String
turnsignal = BL1000 dark (Kellermann)
OEM stock seat = modified
Side mount license bracket kit (Thunderbike)

enginecover = left and right (Thunderbike)
enginebolts = billet aluminium tapered socket cap gold
AIS block off
pipes = radial high exit (BSL) modified
aircleaner (forcewinder)
Oil pressure gauge

OEM stock gas tank = modified (speedometer in it)
gas cap (Evotech)
speedometer = motogadget mini
forward control kit = V-Tech (Thunderbike)
m-lock (motogadget)
control unit for micro switches

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Top Ten Moto-Friendly Places To Eat In North America
Mar 02, 2015 - 1:50 PM - by Motorcycle.com

What do you want? There are a million greasy spoon biker hangouts in North America and it’s my job to come up with the Ten Best. The chances of me getting this right are roughly equivalent to W. Bush making new friends at an ISIS bar mitzvah, of me winning the Czech GP on a Vespa, of Mitch McConnell posting selfies from a Crossfit gym. Mine not to reason why…

I can personally vouch for the California entries, but for most of the rest of them I solicited input from friends scattered around this great continent of ours, so graciously stocked for our dining pleasure with the tastiest flora and fauna in the galaxy. Let’s start out in Malibu and work our way around roughly clockwise… (I wonder why there is no place there called 'Malibu Barbie-que'?)
Read more about the Top Ten Moto-Friendly Places To Eat In North America at Motorcycle.com.
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Fork Buyer’s Guide
Feb 18, 2015 - 7:06 PM - by Motorcycle.com

I honestly thought Yamaha’s 1993 GTS1000 heralded the beginning of the end of telescopic fork front suspension. Yet here we are, 22 years later and besides BMW’s Telelever and Duolever technology (and the Bimota Tesi… -Ed.), the telescopic fork remains de rigueur for motorcycle front ends.

Depending on who you ask, the telescopic fork made its first appearance in undamped fashion circa 1908 on a Scott motorcycle. The experiment didn’t last, as later models used the more contemporary girder suspension. BMW and/or Nimbus, circa 1934, are credited with producing the first motorcycles with a hydraulically damped telescopic fork. Using that date as an anchor, hydraulically damped telescopic forks have been in development for 81 years.
Read more about the Fork Buyer’s Guide at Motorcycle.com.
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