Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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integerspin
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Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

Post by integerspin »

I have never bought because of colour, always bought what was local and the right price.
But now I find myself offered metallic blue and yellow bikes tat are OK, but I dont like the colour!
I would prefer a black bike.
Thoughts?
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Kev L
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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You are raving, howling at the moon, window licking mad!!!!!!! How can you prefer black over gorgeous PB215 Candy Tahitian blue? It’s not like it’s your bike or anything! Oh and I’m in no way biased (don’t look at my Avatar!) 😉
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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The colour of a motorcycle or car come to that have always played a big part in my decision when it came to purchasing either :D

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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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Kev L wrote: Tue Jan 24, 2023 7:58 pm You are raving, howling at the moon, window licking mad!!!!!!! How can you prefer black over gorgeous PB215 Candy Tahitian blue? It’s not like it’s your bike or anything! Oh and I’m in no way biased (don’t look at my Avatar!) 😉
Takes one to know one Kev me old fruitcake... Bike matches your blue rinse... :lol: :lol:
Lowering the tone since 2007...
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Kev L
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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Fully colour coordinated as always 😉
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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Do what i did :eek2 paint the one bike every colour you can.
the older i get,the faster i was :lol:
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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Says it all
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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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lloydie wrote: Thu Jan 26, 2023 7:35 pmSays it all
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I like it :thumbup:

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Re: Red, Yellow, Orange, Black or Metallic Blue.

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To be honest, I like brighter colors than black. I think metallic blue looks better than black.
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penjim wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 10:05 am To be honest, I like brighter colors than black. I think metallic blue looks better than black.
At last, someone with taste, obviously a very wise individual. Jump right in and join the brotherhood of Blue!!!! 😉
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