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Minolta Rokkor MC 58mm 1.4 @f=2.8
 
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Honda, seen in Granada, Spain. Probably still a runner...
Tyres looked good
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Canadian BRP Can-Am Spyder 1330 triple. Unusual.
 
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At a local Cruise Night. Oly EM5II, Oly 9-18
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Seen at a local recent bike meet. I would love a ride on that Aprilia.
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I love these. Whenever I see one (rare!) I want one. No idea if they are any good or not?
They are good, but not particularly exhilerating to ride.
Last year I took a class (BRP does discounted sessions, $75 for two days) where they provide various models of can-am to participants. I was mostly attracted to the styling and was imagining doing a west coast road trip (Seattle to San Diego) if I got convinced enough after the class.
I wasn't. But that could probably be because I already ride 2 wheeler (Triumps Street Triple or Yamaha FZ09) and these things do not even come near to fun factor of a proper motorcycle. However they do appeal to a particular section of buyers who had to end up giving riding for health reasons or are just not comfortable riding 2 wheels.
I have to say, these are very comfortable even in their sportiest configuration and can be made super comfy by adding sofa like seats.
I ended up not buying it but one day when I am too old to balance properly on 2 wheels I will definitely consider these. For now I am ok with loud and bats**t crazy nakeds, no matter how uncomfortable they are (compared to canam). Thanks to that class though, I passed my exam and got the endorsement to ride trikes.

Edit: I rode Canam F3 for the class. It looks significantly different than the one pictured above. Just imagine taking the one in photo and stripping most of the plastic you see.
 
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This was just fooling around trying to figure out ocf with my nikon before it and all of my camera kit was stolen.Fortunately they didn't have time to take the bikes!
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