He's gonna ride it in his apartment one day? Amazing.TRAINER said:He ownes about 20 or so bikes. His appt. is over 5000 square feet. We scuffed up the floor and rug rolling the K into his pad and he couldn't care less plus he plans on riding it "in" his appt. one day - he's an interesting cat to say the least.
I'm no expert but I'd say that $18k is a relatively inexpensive line item on a decorator's bill in this neighborhood...I like his imagination.Catatafish said:Wow. I wonder why he didn't choose the new MV for his centerpiece? Why waste $18k when you can waste $42k! Reminds me of the movie where the character purchased fine art, looked at it, then burned it.
Hey T, it may have been a little negative, but you gotta admit, it was funny. The "action shot" part made me laugh, the other part was sort of petty and lame. Besides, Shiva can ride and he knows it, as do others here, so maybe it's just a little crankiness on KL's part. You know how boys can be when they need a nap.TRAINER said:QUOTE "It's a great feeling to be able to say things without worrying about being censored."
However it's not cool to constantly bad mouth someone, over and over and over again. It's amazing how you throw your negative $0.02 in whenever his name is raised. Dude, let it go,,, let it go.
You can always tell a true collector by the exhaust he installs. Imagine bringing home a great painting and deciding you wanted a little extra blue in the background?xlr8r said:The thing about having THIS bike in your living room is it's not a collectible. If he had some pre-war era BMW on display I don't think there would be the negative reaction.
Any rare or restored or significant bike would be a different story. Also, the K12 he's got has a Remus pipe on it so it's not even a stock machine.