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Discussion in 'Jokes and Humour' at netrider.net.au started by Removed_User6, Sep 26, 2005.
says the man who bought a beemer because it was easy to spell.
see you at coffee old man
Saw the quack today and had the dressing removed.
I can't ride for another 2 weeks!!!!!!!!!!!! ](*,) ](*,) ](*,)
apparently the weight of the bike may if I overbalance or have to lift it may make the hernia reappear.
I should be at coffee friday week. but probably caging it in.
Don't they make training wheels for those things, smee?
They'd have to be bloody strong training wheels
My problem is more pushing the thing around when I'm parking it at home as our driveway slopes downhill.
220 kg of bike fully loaded isn't easy when you are only allowed to lift nothing more than 10 kg for 4 weeks.
Hmmm, heavy weights are a problem.
Ironic isn't ot. If he'd said you couldn't take a piss without a nurse to assist the lift you'd be proud of it.
Time to upgrade to a Goldwing. They have a reversing gear.
(I wonder if it beeps though, like all the other oversize vehicles?)
http://www.dhpmoto.com/Reports/Barcelona Moto Show/3-BMW Police Bikes/BMW C1 Police - (small).JPG
Even has space for his frame on the back!
I have one of these in the shed. Might suit you.
Bastards the lot of yas! :evil: :evil: :evil:
14 days.. nice timing. Just in time for the MotoGP!
That's why I have private insurance.
Is this a permanent fixture, smee?