M*CARBO Brotherhood

How Many Of You Ride Bikes? (Not The Kind With Pedals)


#82

@Squidder_K, Awesome investment in time and resources! A ‘proud’ owner needs to be reassured of his/her accomplishments! This is why it is so important to be able to share it with the ‘right’ partner? If they turn out to be a piece of $H!+, then it better be the PERFECT community? Big smiles!


#83

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Not much of a road bike person but love my dirt squirters really enjoy riding with my kids in the bush on the farm and on a track.


#84

hqdefault kids having a drag race daughter is on crf 150rb and my son is on the crf 250r at the back


#85

@Craig75. I wish that I could share in the joys of riding one of these ‘dirt devils’ again. Just enjoying these pictures gives me one of those ‘urges’ again? Big smiles!


#86

Just dropping this here so you folks shoveling snow know that we got better things do’n on the Texas Gulf Coast.


#87

@Dred Have fun on that MC ride today, be safe. Looks like 60 degrees and partly sunny at 11am (KSU).


#88

A little biker style love and joy.

The Riders Landing … five plus minutes of bikes landing after crossing 2 cities with a police escort if you can see facebook

Registration opens as temperatures peek into the 40s …

My brother LEFT lands at the start …

Temps kindly peek into the 50s and we gather …

And, Gypsy Rudolf delivers Gypsy Santa who brought the joy …


#89

keep up the good work @Dred


#90

2008 Fatboy here not much time to ride lately


#91

never enough time, you have to make time for decent “wind therapy” leave the watch and the gps (aand those damn cell phones) at home, and ride till a couple 3 tanks of gas are done…


#92

@dred is that you in the Rasta hat brother?


#93

Caught! I’m actually in all the pics I shared. I’m on the left most bike behind Santa under a balaclava. The CMA Pres, Troy, does a lot of photo documenting and these were picked from a larger set.


#94

Lots of great Bikes in this thread, even a ski with an engine? IDK how that works @Carpenter01 ?

I love the big wheel and 3 wheel ATV’s

But someone needs to represent the Geezers Gliders


#95

@Robert

I am sure that I will again, REPRESENT someday? With all those ‘toys’ out there one better win the lottery??? Big smiles!


#96

Been riding for 40yrs, 38 of those with the Blue Knights LEMC, and am on my 9th Harley Ultra Classic. Nothing better for the long haul rides.


#97

I know a former BK and he rides a BMW every year from SWFL to Sturgis, somehow the Dark side seduced him

Mines going in for rubber shortly, something about bald tires seems sketchy to me :thinking:


#98

thinkin maybe of going to a geezer glide, when i hit my 80s…:smiling_imp:
speaking of that, still have some titanium saddlebag corner pucks, for knee draggin a glide, leaves that multi-color shower of sparks, when you get down past the safety “chicken strip” on yer tire…:smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp:


#99

hey lads your making me bike hungry and can’t afford one right now i always regret selling my bike but sometimes ya have no choice ,def, someday in future two weels will be sitting outside my front door just can’t say when:motorcycle::motorcycle::motorcycle::hearts::hearts::hearts:


#100


Me on my 1st street almost legal T120TT. Retired flat tracker. Currently on 03 Roadglide. 54 year’s on 2 wheels.


#101

@Roadglide my first was a 1950 model Greeves 500 single, i put together out of 4 milkcrates, still have a TR250, a BSA 441V and restoring a AREL 650 twin CYCLONE love the old brits…
My old girl is My 75 Shovelhead though. everything else may come and go but the shovel stays…