Training Wheel Hero
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Denver, CO
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My bike is for fun. I mostly ride canyons and the track, but am not a racer. Any stock sportbike can outperform me (and probably most people on this forum) and I have no need to go 160mph or hold title to the best dyno run. I am not out to impress anyone with blingage. The popo seems to prefer the stock look and I have no desire to attact their attention.
I tend to go for practical and/or functional modifications rather than performance and/or blingage -- things such as protective devices (e.g., various sliders), tires, Stompgrip, cabling to support A/V recording, Speedohealer, removal of excess and/or unnecessary parts and stickers, etc. I consider some modifications (e.g., replacing stock signals) to be a practical modification (smaller and thus less likely to be damaged in a get-off), with the added bonus that they also tend to look better -- I probably wouldn't replace them if it were for looks alone.
2007 CBR600RR (Red/Black) - 10,800 miles
2002 CBR600F4i (Red/Black) - 44,495 miles (TRADED)
I wanna ride, I wanna ride, I wanna ride.