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SCHWING!!!


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I bet that thing is crazy.

What I think is incredible is what's not there.


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If I remove my brakes and use a plywood for a seat can I be amazing too?
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Remove your valve train and you've got a deal.


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If I remove my brakes and use a plywood for a seat can I be amazing too?
There's always a chance...no matter how small.



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do it
Too much work, I'd rather make snarky comments about the person who did this.
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Too much work, I'd rather make snarky comments about the person who did this.
Radical Ducati in Spain

This bike is called the Café Veloce and has been built around a fully-blueprinted (where parts are machined to far more exacting tolerances than those of production bikes) two-valve, air-cooled V-twin with a dry clutch conversion and EVR slipper clutch fitted.


rather un-snarky of them...


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+1 $20 say's you won't do it!


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