Bmw Bike Stickers
Stranger: What's that odd protrusion coming from the sides of your motorcycle? You: Why that's the Boxer motor's cylinder heads. (pointing to shirt) see how the pistons go side to side like the Ariana Grande song? Stranger: But why would they make an engine like that? You: It is more expensive to make, and therefore better. Stranger: It's so bulbous and offensive, but I can't stop looking at it. You: Please stand back sir, I'm trying to leave, but my bike has a safety feature that won't allow it to start in the presence of Crocs or missing teeth.
Tags: motorcycle, motorbike, bmw-bike, bmw, motorcycles
Everybody remembers the classic show from the 80's, where David Dusseldorf rides around in a VW Vanagon that he calls Kitten. They fall deeply in love and make little matchbox babies, which later grow up to be in movies where they transform into robots. It was their destiny! * Names and situations have been completely changed and fabricated to protect the innocent, the guilty, and washed up actors.
Tags: motorcycle, motorbike, rider, ride, dirt-bike
Everybody likes a good acronym. It's like a coded message that only other cool people like you will understand. In this case, only people that wear their armored motorcycle jumpsuit, helmet, boots and gloves just to adjust the bike's position in the garage will understand your message. They will undoubtedly give you a high-five in agreement, and when your fully gloved hands meet (because who pushes a grocery cart without gloves?) your eternal friendship will be sealed.
Tags: motorcycle, motorbike, rider, moto, motorcycles
Wear this shirt while you travel to far off lands so you can point out to the natives where you are from. They'll smile kindly and nod even though they understood you the first time you said "America". Nobody cares that you're from Idaho, and you probably just took the conversation down a notch by trying to get them to understand based on a t-shirt that doesn't even have state lines.
Tags: motorcycle, motorcycles, motorbike, bikers, off-road
For the 1973 season, BMW to built a special, lighter version of the E9 known as the 3.0 CSL Coupé, with panelled aluminium bodywork. The use of injection, and a small increase in capacity, took basic engine-power to 206bhp. The highly prepared Group 2 racing versions, with elaborate aerodynamic fittings, earned countless victories, including two wins at the Le Mans 24 Hours - in the Special Tourism class in 1973 and 1974.
Tags: cars, classic-cars