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New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

I checked with my local dealer and they only sell them 1 to a package though
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

The license plate on the 300 seems appropriate in that pic.
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

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The license plate on the 300 seems appropriate in that pic.
Nice!

Someone should tell that guy that there's a circus bear on the back of his bike..


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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

There should be a sign on the bike that reads "Caution, wide load"

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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

I'll never understand MA riders
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

How does that bike stay flat on the ground.... talk about havin problems w/ havin the front wheel come up....
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

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There should be a sign on the bike that reads "Caution, wide load"
Now I know why Honda has to engineer the suspension the way they do...

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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

I think the flat strip down the center of his tire is from the last block.

He's never going to have to change the front tire with that on the back.

No, wait. He's going to have to get that resprung.

No, no. Even better. It's a cheap lowering kit.

Or, better yet, something simple:

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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

I can carry groceries on my arm like that, but the helmet seems potentially problematic...
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

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I'll never understand MA riders
what are you trying to say?



So if he gets pulled over can he legitamately claim he had a helmet on?

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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I can carry groceries on my arm like that, but the helmet seems potentially problematic...
Someone I knew did the same thing as in this photo and when changing lanes on a highway the helmet ended up making its way onto the clipon and wedged itself between the tank and bars (it looked like to NH Troopers) and after bouncing off the hood of a firebird on the opposing side of the highway, I don't know him anymore. **** is just so damn stupid, why anyone would do this is beyond me.

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I'll never understand MA riders
let me guess, the ones that pull over on the side of the highway to take their helmets off once they cross the border? I'm with you there...

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let me guess, the ones that pull over on the side of the highway to take their helmets off once they cross the border? I'm with you there...
Peeps here do it all the time when they cross out of California into NV ( I think). Mostly the hardley riders.

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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

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Peeps here do it all the time when they cross out of California into NV ( I think). Mostly the hardley riders.

Darwin, looking for a place to happen.
Yeah, I do that all the time. I just attach my helmet to my leather jacket, or to my fully padded riding pants, just above my riding boots.....
...and who is this Darwin character?


btw, Im just kidding..
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Re: New HJC elbow pads! (mild sarcasm)

I don't have a picture of it, but I like the tail slider look where they lock the helmet to the bike and drive around with it hanging off the side of the bike.
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