View left from the entrance
View right from the entrance
Rear of the Thruxton. Surprisingly, this color combo looks much better than black does on this bike.
Can you say, "matching helmet?"
The "Monster"-esque Thruxton rear again.
Theme for 2005: black frames and wheels.
It works for the Daytona ...
The 1050 Speed Triple. No surprises here.
USD forks -- it's about time.
Narrower tank / seat = smaller feeling bike?
Upswept mufflers + short rear end + LED tail light = cool. At least in 2005.
Detail of the Speed Triple pegs. Wonder how this hardware would look in black?
JoEL, your trackday transporter awaits ...
A friend and his sweetie checking out a lowered F650.
The jewel-like rear wheel of the new K1200S.
Nice, but the Blackbird influences really show from this angle.
On the bike she really wants, I think ... an F650 Dakar.
The BMW transport vehicle again ...
Did I mention it's a diesel?
Carbon fibre bits everywhere = $$$$.
Cutaway view of the 999. Worth seeing.
The sign on the seat says,
"PLEASE DO NOT SIT ON THIS BIKE!" ...
There's no plastic on this Aprilia Mille R, just carbon fibre.
Aprilia with integrated rear lights.
Another of the Aprilia's rear lights.
A GoldWing on steroids, if that's possible.
The rear of the VFR, lit from behind and underneath.
2005 600RR front end -- probably the best Honda bits for a complete Hawk front end transplant, at the moment anyways.
600RR upper triple and controls, photographed for comparison purposes ...
Buell's star offering, whatever it is (Sorry ...).
This would look clean on a Hawk, too.
Buell front end. Would it fit on a Hawk?
Ural. Buy one of these, and get placed on the mailing lists of Doomsday bunker-manufacturers for sure.
The unequivocally gorgeous Agusta MV F4.
F4 rear detail
Tank detail. As with the Ducati 999, the contours of the tank and body are lost in long-lens photos.
The BMW transporter, again ... that thing oughta hold several bikes and a half-ton of tools, eh?
R1150 Rockster. The mostly black motif de-emphasises the unusual shapes of the bike.
Belt drive? On a BMW?
And on this table ... trouble, spelled with a capital $.