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09-11-2004, 08:16
Lets see the bike you think is the coolest ever!!!!

09-11-2004, 10:48

09-12-2004, 10:07
thats a very nice r1..... check these out!!!

09-12-2004, 10:10
and I love this!!!

09-12-2004, 10:11
and this one!!!!

09-12-2004, 18:52

09-12-2004, 20:24
Britten V1000. Absolutely the coolest motorcycle ever built.

09-16-2004, 14:40
Originally posted by Canucksvt
Britten V1000. Absolutely the coolest motorcycle ever built.

Is that the frameless bike?

09-16-2004, 15:21
Yes it are some specs:


Water cooled 999cc 60 deg V-Twin quad cam 4 stroke.
4 valves per cylinder, belt driven.
Compression ratio 11.3 : 1.
Bore x stroke 98.9mm x 65mm.
Piston, flat top slipper.
Titanium conrods with oil feed to little end.
Titanium valves Inlet 40mm Exhaust 33mm.
Wet cast iron cylinder sleeves./ opt silicon carbide coated alloy sleeves.
Composite head gaskets.
Back torque dry clutch.
Wet sump. Oil feeds to bigends, gudgon, camshaft lobes & gearbox shafts.
Programmable engine management computer with history facility.
Fuel injection - sequential, 2 injectors per cylinder.


Gearbox, 5 speed constant mesh / opt 6 speed.
Primary ratio 1.97.
Gear ratios 1st 2.5, 2nd 1.77, 3rd 1.38, 4th 1.125, 5th 0.961.

Fully stressed engine with ducted under-seat radiator. Top chassis, girder & swing arm all constructed in carbon/kevlar composites.

Front Suspension: double wishbones with girder.
Rear Suspension: swing arm with adjustable three bar linkage.
Shock Absorbers: Ohlins
Rake: adjustable
Trail: adjustable
Front Wheel: 3.5" x 17" in-house carbon composite
Rear Wheel: 6.0" x 17" in-house carbon composite
Front Brakes: Twin 320mm cast iron rotors with opposed 4-piston Brembo callipers
Rear Brakes: 210mm rotor with opposed piston Brembo calliper


Wheel base 1420mm
Weight 138kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 24 litres
166 HP @ 11,800 RPM
Maximum safe engine speed 12500rpm
Maximum speed 303 km/h

09-17-2004, 01:45
This is one of my favorite bikes of all time, a TZ250. I happen to have one. :)
My bike is pictured in the library of a local high school. I was asked to speak to the graduating class about motorcycle safety. Their year was almost over. (see the empty shelves)

KY Moose
09-17-2004, 02:39
I've always loved the bike Mickey Rourke had in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man. I would still love to have one like it.

1989 Harley Davidson FXR Wideglide.

09-17-2004, 21:14
200+ RWHP. All motor. 1680CC Yamaha V-max V4.

09-17-2004, 23:51
Not technically a motorcycle and illegal on public roads. But definitely different.

09-19-2004, 18:21
Having trouble finding good pictures of this bike. I had the original article when Kainzinger came out with it. It was originally 240 RWHP, after some editor for a EuroBike rag in Euro buried it in the catlitter at some track, it was turned back to 200ish.

Ha. finally.

09-19-2004, 18:41
Two bikes I would love to see make it to production:

1) Honda NAS:

09-19-2004, 18:42
Another view of the NAS:

09-19-2004, 18:43
2) Yamaha MT-03 prototype:

09-19-2004, 20:27
Eyespy, I was very tempted to post that Honda.

That Yamaha looks killer too!

09-19-2004, 21:09
I can't, for the life of me get that picture to show up. I think it's an AOL issue. AOL sucks.

09-28-2004, 16:58
Great in the Winter...

Texas T
09-28-2004, 20:40
Originally posted by RKC2000
Great in the Winter... Heh... can you imagine Joe Cager looking in his rear view mirror and seeing that thing bearing down on him? ;P ;f

09-28-2004, 21:34
This is, without a doubt, the coolest bike I've ever seen. The Britten is a Very close second, and the 2wd R1, while not really All that cool looking sure gets up there a ways with technical coolness:

Built by Duncan Harrington of australia as a Senior Thesis. It's a Honda 650 singel, Hossack front end, the gas tank is underslung and the top bodwork is on a hinge for easy access. It has a few other cool points like the bars are designed to swing forward in the event of an accident (to prevent wrist injury). This is the same guy that designed the bodywork for the Drysdale V8.

09-28-2004, 23:03
'91 Fatboy. No doubt!

09-28-2004, 23:03
Wow, sorry 'bout the file size on that one!

09-29-2004, 11:32
I cant pick just one I have 2 fav's

Mv Augusta F4 SPR 750
I am a sucker for a single sided swing-arm

Aprilia RSV1000R

But if you want to be realistic as to a bike I could actually afford I have to go with a 1000RR

09-29-2004, 19:19
You sir have excellent taste! That MV Agusta is one hot looking bike!

09-29-2004, 20:22
thanks, I even love that it only comes in flat black an all business paintjob. Will smith rides one in that movie I Robot, I liked the movie but its worth going to see just for the bike. Too bad he wrecks it;L

09-29-2004, 21:41
flat black is the best color ever

Black Snowman
10-11-2004, 14:40
Something a little differant:
These look beter in person:
Oh, I have a thing for the wierd new Buell's too.

Black on black looks good ;)

10-12-2004, 03:17
Oh, I have a thing for the wierd new Buell's too.
Snowman, the new Buells are really nice. I rode a XB12S earlier this year. I was disappointed by the engine. Other than that, it was fun to ride. The suspension feels like it is aftermarket and the brakes work well. When I mentioned suspension feel, realize that this was street pace.

If Buell installs the V-Rod engine, I'll have to seriously consider buying one. :)

BTW, thanks for the cool BMW links. I want the new K1200RS as well!

10-12-2004, 12:32
Slightly more pedestrian than some of those listed above, but I am lusting after:

2005 Softail Deluxe;3

10-25-2004, 22:35
2001 Honda CBR929RRE - limited Erion Race Edition*-http%3A//

10-27-2004, 09:54
Something about Italian machineries and the color red.

11-02-2004, 15:35 (http://

These are 2 WHEEL DRIVE !!!!!!!!!

11-13-2004, 00:38
I would say the TZ125 is the funnest bike I have ever ridden but I'm very biased since it's the only street bike I have left.

That's a pic showing what it looked like when I picked it up.

11-13-2004, 03:40
I would say the TZ125 is the funnest bike I have ever ridden
Woohoo! I also had one. Mine was a '96.

it's the only street bike I have left.
Do you mean non-dirt, or do you ride it on the street? It would be one of the worst streetbikes of all times. I thought of it many times. :)

Here it is. I still have a TZ250. :)

11-13-2004, 19:20
I meant non-dirt, thanks for the correction. I would cringe at the htough of a new top end every 300 miles on the street. This one is a '98 and I had a '95 before it.

Daniel Ramsey
11-26-2004, 21:42
The Honda "Rune"

11-26-2004, 22:03
1993 Bimota Tesi 1D

11-26-2004, 22:48
Not "new" anymore but IMHO one of the sexiest bikes out there:

I also like the looks of the Laverda... the rider not withstanding:

12-10-2004, 18:52
i think this is one cool looking bike.

12-10-2004, 19:12
Originally posted by bdhawk
i think this is one cool looking bike.
I don't really like the look.

The back looks good, but I'm not that fond of the front.

12-12-2004, 19:53
Mine ;f

12-12-2004, 20:04
Huntnshoot, you have good taste in motorcycles.

I've never rode a R6, but I did get to do a burnout on one. :) One of these days, I'll ride one. Currently I have a 2002 R1 and 2001 GSXR1000 (that I bought new). My '99 R1 was the same color blue.

12-13-2004, 18:00

12-17-2004, 22:15

Here's my track ride, an 02 Husqvarna SM570R. Supermotard is about as much fun on two wheels as I've ever had. I'm also an MSF instructor and I've been away from the forums for a while, and I'm not sure that I ever posted here at all, but I hope I can contribute.

My last street bike (currently in between bikes) was an RC-51.

Big Wes
12-28-2004, 19:04
Well I favor the Confederate Hell Cat myself.

12-29-2004, 00:25
Here's me on mine. Not the coolest but cool none the less.

California Speedway Fontana.

12-29-2004, 07:40
Why nobody has mentioned this yet is beyond me:

500 bhp (372 kW) @ 5600 rpm (60.4 bhp/liter)
525 lb.-ft. (712 Nm) @ 4200 rpm
10-cylinder 90-degree V-type, liquid-cooled, 505 cubic inches (8277 cc)
356-T6 aluminum alloy block with cast-iron liners, aluminum alloy cylinder heads
Bore x Stroke: 4.03 inches x 3.96 inches (102.4 x 100.6)
Two pushrod-actuated overhead valves per cylinder with roller-type hydraulic lifters
Sequential, multi-port electronic fuel injection with individual runners
Compression Ratio: 9.6:1
Max Engine Speed: 6000 rpm
Fuel Requirement: Unleaded premium, 93 octane (R+M/2)
Oil System: Dry Sump; takes 8 quarts Mobil1 10W30 Synthetic
Cooling System: Twin aluminum radiators mounted atop engine intake manifolds, force-fed from front-mounted, belt-driven turbine fan. Takes 11 quarts of antifreeze.
Exhaust System: Equal-length tubular stainless steel headers with dual collectors and central rear outlets

12-29-2004, 08:05

Texas T
12-29-2004, 12:47
Originally posted by utah
Why nobody has mentioned this yet is beyond me: Maybe because while it's an engineering marvel, no one would really want to ride it for more than five minutes?

01-02-2005, 21:51
Maybe because while it's an engineering marvel, no one would really want to ride it for more than five minutes?

Well that and the fact that it WAS already mentioned.

flat black an all business paintjob
flat black is the best color ever

I tend to agree...

As far as my current favorite, I sifted through alot of old favorite Italians, Japs, and even my top customs stored in memory....but for some reason the '05 Raven R1 just kept popping up. This image is burned in my eyes :drool:

01-14-2005, 22:03
The Tomahawk is a concept bike that has no provisions to actually ride it. besides it has four wheels. Chris Karr multi time flat-track championship winner (he won so many times I cant even remember) crashed the thing riding in a straight line on an airport runway at its unvaling. It still doesn't have the power/weight ratio of a well tuned 'bus or gixxer thousand. Velocity Racing Turbo Hayabusa is more powerful @550HP+!

01-14-2005, 22:39
free ride has one sweey Husky!!!;P
The all black and the Akro pipe look great.

BTW I will contribute some cool bike pics (not all street but most).

This is a Jesse James CR 250 made for ummm... I forget , but one of the big name FMX riders. Pretty sick if you ask me.

01-14-2005, 22:43
Here's a chopper (yes, I know ANOTHER chopper), but it is a completely different one. CNC FRAME, singlesided swingarm, etc. pretty cool for a chopper. It's made by some company called Amen choppers or something.

01-14-2005, 22:45
The Radbusa 1661 R

Pic1 from the indy dealer show

01-14-2005, 22:46
Pic 2

01-14-2005, 22:48
Some guy my brother knows bike.

01-14-2005, 22:49
Mike Metzger doing a backflip heelclicker!;P

01-14-2005, 22:50
The absolute BADDEST bike of ALL TIME!!!!!!!!!!!

He can't even keep the front wheel down!

01-14-2005, 22:51
A turboed and nitrous GO-PED!

01-14-2005, 22:52
The old Velocity racing bike.

That's it for now. I have LOTS more if anyone wants them.

01-19-2005, 23:37
Dodge Tomahawk :cool:

01-20-2005, 22:16
This is one of mine... The bike, not the girl... A Ducati Monster 900.

01-20-2005, 22:17
One more...

01-29-2005, 11:54
Not a bad one either:


01-29-2005, 15:42
Originally posted by widmn (http://

These are 2 WHEEL DRIVE !!!!!!!!! Rokon's used to be made in Keene,NH. They are now made in Rochester,NH. Remember the Rokon 340 Automatic that the USA ISDT team rode one year?? ;c

01-30-2005, 07:07
Picture of my Ninja.

02-24-2005, 22:31
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02-25-2005, 17:32
A few in a collection of a member of a biker board I frequent.

You'll have to click past a few tools to get to the good stuff.......

click here..... (