Typographic Fast Type Slow Type Revs

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Vincent Connare - Ducati Monster S2R
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Joe Pemberton - Ducati Multistrada 620
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Clive Bruton - Honda Pan European
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Jean Francois Porchez - Lambretta old school
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vinceconnare's picture

City boys get around faster!

and so do little guys!

Come on boys and girls what 2 wheels typo are riding?

No cars! or Buses! or trains! They are slow not Fast type!

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Ducati Multistrada: 53 MPG
Honda Civic Hybrid: 42 MPG

Did you finally get the Monster? Did you trade in your Vespa?

You can add Rich Roat (House Ind) who also rides a Ducati Multistrada (Silver). And there's veryscary (from Veer). What other lurking Typophiles get around on two wheels?

Here's my bike on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joepemberton/tags/multistrada/

vinceconnare's picture

Vespa sold, Yamaha sold. Monster yes, that's a picture of my Monster.

my moto history:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/93279914@N00/sets/1771514/

hrant's picture

I used to have a Yamaha Fazer (V-Max's little brother)
in college. It got stolen. I had a Peugeot scooter then a
Honda-80 back in Beirut. The latter got stolen. Twice.

hhp

dezcom's picture

OK guys, here is my speed burner:

ChrisL

vinceconnare's picture

cool two wheel naked streetfighter, what are those red things? the emergency engine stopper or turn indications?

dave bailey's picture

'85 BMW R65

This is the photo of it as it was unloaded off the truck onto my driveway, it has since undergone complete disassembly and overhaul with new black paint job. No pics on my laptop though.

mili's picture

Here's mine

And it's fast ;-)

dezcom's picture

"what are those red things? the emergency engine stopper or turn indications?"

Those are the hyperspeed thrusters dude! "We need morrre powerrr Captain!"

ChrisL

dezcom's picture

Yours looks wicked Milli!

ChrisL

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Fast type, Slow type Conference
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