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Hey Guys we are keeping it light and friendly. Thanks Mike
Always thought it was a cool ride, never a huge fan of 'white' stuff but the Cream Mosheen kicks it fully . . . you guys are really growin this blog caper, way good !!!
Don't you mean nice work Dave Barker?
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I don't know what's goin down here . . . I was just saying I like the ride . . . sheeeeet !!!
When using the word 'white' I was referring to the seat and pedal . . . just needed to make that clear, happy trails.
so, was the bike built by luke at 74's forever, or by rodney at speedmetal? i thought at BF3 it said it was built by dave barker and lucas of speedmetal. but, i do have to add. i do not speak or read french so i do not know if dave barker's name is mentioned.Thanks-Reuben
Just popped by to see how this is progressing along . . . I don't envy poor old Scary Clown Mike at the moment, he does something cool and straight up and it turns out he becomes the shit in a sandwich . . . things are getting curiouser and curiouser, strange gig, life . . . anyhoo, it's still a cool looking scoot, cheers Mr Davis, love your BF'n work.
Yes, Ruben you are right. The bike was entered by SpeedMetal from Dave & Lucas.We loved the bike and both guys.They both are working with Born-Free now as individuals.So that should solve it. We do not want to air out personal issues here on this site. Thanks to all for your understanding.
It is such a stylish and unique bike for the riders. Makers can give the different look to this bike. Its a good experience for the bikers to ride this bike.Motorcycle Chain