I don't get people who try to look like something they are not. This man is definitely not a skeleton.
I'm also a Vanson fan and have several products of theirs. I've always thought about the bones but frankly always skipped them because I'm not sure how they would stand up to years of abuse. My favorite perf jacket is pretty broken in (and bears some road rash) so can't imagine that the bones would look as good. Or maybe that just would give it more character.It's a Vanson Leathers thing, and my wife and I own several of their excellent products (although none of the bones stuff). It's something that used to be common and popular in flat-track racing, so if you have an Indian FTR as it appears he does, and can handle the attention (I certainly couldn't), it would actually be kinda cool and appropriate from an historical perspective.
Not sure of the size of Dave Aldana's "member", but from what I remember of watching him at Brands Hatch in the late 1970's riding in the Trans-Atlantic Trophy match race series, he had balls the size of water melons...It's something that used to be common and popular in flat-track racing
I do, too, or I'd have run away long ago. Working in a male-dominated business, when she has to entertain folks from out-of-town, she makes it a point to order quality bourbon, neat, and enjoys watching the mens' eyes open wide. Sends a message before they start talking business.I admire strong women
Indeed. I have 4 Vanson jackets (2 of which even still fit me 😁), and if you choose their "regular" weight leather instead of the "firenze" leather which is more like that from other mfgs., it's nearly as thick as the leather in a horse's bridle. It's like breaking in a new baseball glove, but once you do, it's comfy.At least he is wearing a jacket (and gloves, and helmet, and boots, and armored pants).
Are you saying that I have misplaced bravado? You don't know me, sir. I simply thought it was a rolling work of art so I bought it. It belches flames out of that 3" dump pipe when you blip the throttle! Who doesn't like that!?!This actually tickles at the core of one of my peeves; misplaced bravado. Your choice of ride and how you present yourself is your brand and none of my business. Personally, I don't do this consciously; I don't wear colors or do teams. I do like to hang out and observe people; I love parties and I definitely help to make them better. My wife says I treat them like a science experiment.
Yikes! IF you're not joking, and that was really your ride, and you didn't put an Airhawk or similar pad on it, I would want smaller daddy-parts, because if they weren't tiny, they'd soon be bruised and bashed to death. When I'm caught on full sport mode on the K1200S suspension, and then hit a really bumpy construction patch? If I don't think to immediately grip, HARD, with both legs? Ow! Ouch! The jewels!
As am I. The issue here wouldn't be so much size as materials. Regardless of size, I'd think his stuff would have to be titanium to take the pounding. The very thought of having to ride that for more than 15 minutes on good pavement, or at all on less than that, gives me the shivers.