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    Not sure if we already have one of these threads - but feel free to tell me if we do.

    To start with, here's a rather tidily done K75 (100?) cafe-racer/street-bike I spotted today in Javea.






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    Had the pleasure of seeing this in the flesh last week.
    It's a " because we can" sort of engineered bike. Look at the rear braking set up for instance

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    What goes on in the bum centre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobbynumbnut View Post
    _DSC3558_copy_BUM_CENTRE1.jpg
    Had the pleasure of seeing this in the flesh last week.
    It's a " because we can" sort of engineered bike. Look at the rear braking set up for instance
    Iím as intrigued by the building behind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian_Boolean View Post
    What goes on in the bum centre?

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    They make hats

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    The bike is the only thing in the photo that hasn't been photo shopped. Shoes,beard, signs.....

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    Default Re: Interesting bikes found randomly in real life

    Quote Originally Posted by RiceBurner View Post
    Not sure if we already have one of these threads - but feel free to tell me if we do.

    To start with, here's a rather tidily done K75 (100?) cafe-racer/street-bike I spotted today in Javea.

    [i]https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7907/46136537335_ebec59075a_z.jpg[/img]

    https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7877/46998162092_5e5956d3d7_z.jpg[/img]



    A seat for three men and a dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian_Boolean View Post
    What goes on in the bum centre?
    Shhh....the first rule of the bumming centre....

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