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How many cubes you riding brah?

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Okay maybe have a little contest.

Winners get free (large) beer,

on papa.

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What is the displacement of (all) the bike(s) you own?

 

Categories:

1.   Largest, one bike.

2.  Smallest, >0.  

C.  Largest, aggregate, all your bikes.

 

Rules:

1. Owned bike(s) must have been ridden by you at leat 5 minutes during the past year.

2. Okay to use nominal size, i.e., 198.4 ----> 200.

3. Can include spouse's/kids' bike.

4. Dealers not eligible.

5. Owned back home, okay.

6, TriCity, okay

7. In case of a tie, the red one wins.

8. No lying.

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What's a cube? Do you mean cc's?

What's a "brah"? Is that a Thai brassiere?

 

Idea! Tell us how many cubes you keep in your brah and we'll form a circle and masturbate. First to come gets the brah.

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Millilitre, Cubic centimeters, CC.

cm3,

cc (as specified in OP).

All are welcome.

Cubic meters,

Even cubic inches, cubic yards, would be okay.

Cubits, per Noah's Arc,

Cubic miles.

Cubic light-years, parsecs3.

Welcome

Thai bras, welcome!

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Thanks for the offer but papa no swing that way.

To each his own.

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We have 4 bikes. My mountain bike, the wife's basket bike and Milly as two. A three wheeler and a fold-up.

 

 

 be about 12,000cm3

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Does electric count?

 

Kids 500W buzz-bike (36V motor, 48V batteries, 100A controller), went pretty well even with a fat farang on board, it's blistering with a 10 year old Thai!!!!

 

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I might win this because I have six bikes and one of them is red👍👍👍but my favourite colour for bikes is yellow😂😂and 2 off them are yellow

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I'll try category C (formerly known as category 3?) though I doubt I have a decent chance. Someone with a Harley or other cruiser will probably win categories 1 and C.

 

2*125+500+803+1000=2553

 

The 500 is a 471 but papa said nominal and it's called a CBR500R so I took that.

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43 minutes ago, Crossy said:

Does electric count?

 

Kids 500W buzz-bike (36V motor, 48V batteries, 100A controller), went pretty well even with a fat farang on board, it's blistering with a 10 year old Thai!!!!

 

It does count, but it wont win you anything in any of the given 3 categories.

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1 hour ago, papa al said:

Categories:

1.   Largest, one bike.

2.  Smallest, >0.  

C.  Largest, aggregate, all your bikes.

Can't do the last year but Triumph Rocket lll and mini moto 49cc. 

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Had a HD, 88Cuin, loved it but family commitments forced a sale as we had to buy a bloody car when my son was born. Went all over Thailand on it. It's now in the US as the guy that bought it couldn't get a good price for it so he took it back with him when his mother got sick, I think he still haves it.

 

Smallest was a 50cc moped in DK many many years ago.

 

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Largest, (Rocket 3): 2,300cc

Smallest, (wife's and daughter's Honda Clicks): 110cc

Cumulative (2x 110, 1x 900, 1x 955, 1x 1,200, 1x 2,300): 5575cc 

 

All in Thailand.

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If one rides a two-stroke can they double the cubes as they get twice as many useful cubes per rotation?

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The chance of one more beer will always make dicks out of people. 

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Ah, the green mist of cubic envy descends on the forum.

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