Great Motorcycle Carry Solution

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  1. ZachS

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  2. Trlsmn

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    Pretty cool! I'm into sport bikes though.
     
  3. CEF1959

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    Two words: Tank bag.

    Or you could get into the dual sport scene:

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  4. Trlsmn

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    My dirtbiking friends call my dualsport the tank.

    1982 Yamaha IT 465

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  5. SnackCracker

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    Ditto... same here. Perhaps we've met?

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  6. Trlsmn

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    I worked for Dr. Brown years ago so it's possible.
     
  7. smithmax

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    This is obviously photoshopped, we all know that 'Busas can't turn.
     
  8. MarkSBG

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    Mine has been called the freight train.
     
  9. CEF1959

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    Ben Roethlisberger's has been called "our first clue." His had trouble turning too.
     
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    the ronin by magpul

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  11. Mark-60

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    That looks like a Buell to me...


    -Mark.
     
  12. cbzdel

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    Thats because it is :thumbup:
     
  13. Schwabdl

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    polymer buell
     
  14. SnackCracker

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    HAHA! It takes some work to turn!

    Mine is known as "The Milk Truck" by the locals. :D

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  15. SnackCracker

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    Back on topic...

    My wife bought me one of these:
    http://www.guntee.com/

    She thought it would be a good way to carry under my one piece leather suit. I haven't used it yet because my aluminum framed 4" 1911 is a bit heavy and bulky for it. I might try it out this weekend on an all day ride. I think it would work better for something smaller. Thoughts?

    I typically carry my 1911 in my tank bag.
     
  16. glockguy

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    yea just Open carry:)
     
  17. das_napeth

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    I personally open carry my desert eagle on my shoulder...never had anyone follow too close behind yet.
     
  18. BillyDa59

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    Motorcycle carry? Just do what Arnold did in Terminator 2.
     
  19. candyman

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    this is going to break ribs if you ever crash
    ask me how i know
     
  20. MarkSBG

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    Good point, but there are not a whole lot of good places to carry where it wouldn't bite you if you crashed.
     

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