11 May 2012 14:48
How is it rain-drops on my visor only roll off when I turn my head to the side?
Why do scooter riders all lean forwards when they pull away from the lights?
Why spend nearly £1,000 on a Dainese/AlpineStar etc suit with racing hump and then put on a skanky grey fleece on over the top?
Sorry, it’s a slow Friday.
Because you don’t put wood polish on it :PI suppose every little helps when your on a scooter. May they want to make themselves more aero-dynamic?Why spend £1000 on a Dainese/AlpineStar suit anyway? Just wait for a bike show and grab a bargain. A fleece/hoodie over the top I find keeps you warmer rather than having one under your leathers.
11 May 2012 15:12
you have to turn your head to the side?
cause they’re stoopid
I only paid £400 for my £1333 leathers at the bike show, and i need to wear a hoody to cover up my disgrace for not only having matching leathers for my bike but branded ones at that :w00t:
EDIT: Oh and the hoody also helps protect against peoples temptation to bungee me to the ceiling with my babygrow leathers
:laugh: @ Asbo - the baby bouncer part is true:D
It’s the wrong kind of rain
There is no reason for anything they do, they are odd
1- mr Sheen is what you need
2- makes it go faster … yeah right.
3- i wish i had that much money to spend on a suit, i wont put a skanky jumper on top though
who cares if its slow, its still friday and its not raining!
Q? If a £1,000 Dainese/AlpineStar one piece suit with racing humps are so good at protecting you when coming off a bike, why don’t pizza delivery/moped/scooter riders wear them?