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Caught in the act? Dodgy Backyard Motorcycles

Discussion in 'Modifications and Projects' at netrider.net.au started by FormerUser1, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. Today’s first spy-shots of their new K7 model CT-RR (commonly known as the WTF110) were circulated on the net, resulting in skyrocketing stock-prices of the company shares.

    Melbourne Specialty-Bike Manufacturer DBM (Dodgy Backyard Motorcycles) seems to have been caught out after much rumour through the first half of 2006 and the model was snapped by an ever-alert bike-enthusiast at a Safeway car park in Melbourne's Suburbs.



    A spokesperson for the small, exclusive firm has denied all and any involvement by DBM but beamed at the developments of the stock market, which saw the two issued shares soaring from $0.02 to $ 0.046.

    Appearing in PJ’s and moccis on today’s rainy Sunday morning, the chairman of the company faced the assembled international bike-press denying any collaboration with Ducati (for the use of rattly clutch-baskets) or Squaking Turkey, the US manufacturer of exclusive aftermarket Harley airbox kits.

    Other rumours of a merger between DBM and BMW were denied by BMW spokesman Baron “Pinocchio” Munchhausen, as “ the design of BDM products is too radical” for the Munich manufacturer.

    Things turned nasty during the press barrage, after a French Press member persisted with questions to also-rumoured WTF Moto-GP engagement. The outcome of legal proceedings after the DBM chairman belted the reporter with one of his moccis will keep us waiting with baited breath.

    Dumbo Doodlehead
    Fuggwit Press
  2. Perfect for the postie who enjoys delivering the mail on one wheel.
  3. Wow..talk about a silk purse.....

    Regards, Andrew.
  4. Must say DBM have gone for a fairly radical frame design for their first sports bike. I might look at these when upgrading my Spada.
  5. That's the best thing I ever saw.
  6. Really does make it look heaps better :LOL:
    Get a damaged CF pipe off someone and fit it on, will turn heads :cool:
  7. You never fail to crack me up with your warped sense of humour Glitch! :)

  8. Fantastic!

    But I am keen to see other developments in DBM's garage......Do suzuki know what you are doing to one of theirs?!...:)
  9. I have 1 question......... where is the NOS? :grin:
  10. nice one Glitch :wink:

    Cheers :cool:
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  12. Been there, done that (seriously) :)
    The little cartridges (like CO-canisters) last for 3 secs and at $1 a pop...
    great for hitting it just short of a speedbump, though :LOL:
  13. Very neat - is that the new rear impact asafety system? :grin:

  14. :-$ :-$ :-$
    Yeah, heard that rumour, too :wink: :grin:
    If they had, they'd have fired their whole design department by now and bought out DBM, down to the last toothpick.
    Who knows what's behind those shots, but if it's really a DBM job, it could be the "big" WTF...


    ...it'll be worth waiting for the release !! :LOL: :LOL:

  15. Riding around with it on the back you don't get slapped in the face when you're asking for a "roll in the hay"....
  16. The original sports-utility vehicle - sportsbike front, utility rear... one of the few bikes where I've laughed upon seeing it :p

  17. Never looked at it that way...but right on the money !!! :LOL:
    It's even more of a laugh riding the thing :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: