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Friday, 2 October 2009

Weekend Teaser.

Ok, a Cubbie / blog tee shirt is up for grabs if you can work out what this contraption is...



PS I should probably mention that I don't actually know what it is, but I'll give the tee shirt to the best / funniest / most inventive / closest to the make of bike answer. In other words, I'll give the tee shirt to whoever I choose!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

It`s a Bond Bug with a bike attached and should be painted orange.
Remember to take my T shirt you owe me on Sun.
Slick.

kawa said...

Its a Bavarian brick sidecar outfit

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing it's a Bond Bug mated up to a Kawa used in the Mad Max movies, painted matt black and is going to be used in the next 007 movie. The weapon are of course concealed.

Tim

Anonymous said...

1. Prototype BMW outfit made of concrete.
2. BMW try to smuggle outfit into East Germany disguised as block of flats.
3. The 'porridge look' never really caught on.
4. Stealth outfit to avoid radar speed traps.
5. Sensible answer: BMW R100LT with Saluki sidecar (I think!)

Do I win a t-shirt with a picture of GBC dressed as her avatar??

U N

Darrell said...

Well, I can't I.D. the car, but the bike appears to be a BMW, based on the fairing and wheel.
Given the color and futuristic shape, it could be a Gerry Anderson "Thunderbirds" bike. Thunderbird 7?

Sid AJS said...

the bmw slid into a bond bug one dark night and they have been stuck together ever since?

Gorgeous Biker Chick said...

Well deary me, this is going to be a hard decision. But remember, I am Da Judge, and my decision is final. Well, sometimes it is. Some of you already have tee shirts of course, so you won't want another, will you. Anyone else want to join the fun and stand a chance of winning one of the first bits of kit in the GBC designer range???

Anonymous said...

6. Outfit from the forthcoming film " Wallace and Grommit - the early years", filmed in black and white.
7. Rachel Whiteread's latest sculpture on display in Tate Modern. (Oooh, culture on the blog, whatever next?)

As for "bits of kit in the GBC designer range" I hope they're going to be modeled by Her Gorgeousness!

U N

Anonymous said...

I think someone sits in the 'control room' and dips the nose of the sidecar down to scoop stray sheep from the roadways at which point it flips up quickly to deposit the sheep into the following tailer (not shown since it is being emptied at the time of the photo)...the pilot (rider of the cycle) must be very skilled and coordinate well with the operator...once a teamwork is established the pair may be considered for the 'cow scooper' which is bigger with much more status and pay...

Auld Robbo said...

Spotted outside a Scottish star trek convention. Unusual to see one uncloaked, but then again even more unusual to see one cloaked?

Squire Neil said...

Not as amusing as some of the suggestions but I think you will find thats a Saluki sidecar on BMW K1000RT! Just found the site via motorbike-search-engine.co.uk and Ive added you to my favourites!

Gorgeous Biker Chick said...

Hello Squire! Good to have you on board. I believe if you have a blogger profile (which you seem to have) you can choose the option to 'follow' the blog and it will display updates on your dashboard. Or summat.

Anonymous said...

You want to watch out for that Squire Neil chap, he has a garage full of very strange communist 2 strokes. I know from personal experience that he can be a bad influence!

MZ Mark (now the happy owner again of a 1964 MZ ES 250/1. See what he has done to me?)

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