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How To Make Your Motorcycle Uglier Than Your Neighbor’s

9
December
2008
  Posted at 01:16:14 PM
  File under  Entertainment
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Some people go out and buy a pretty, sexy or sleek motorcycle, and then proceed to customize it into something that will make you remember what you had for breakfast.

El Wire fuel tank LEDs

Here's one extreme example. Putting LED wires all over the fuel tank and front fender. It might look cool to the young kids in the neighborhood, but imagine riding around on your motorcycle with those lights glaring at you at night. You could never see the road, and would need to wear sunglasses at night.

Strange, the things people do to their motorcycles.... unless of course you only use it during Christmas on your stationary motorcycle.

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Via: AutoMotto



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