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Santas got a new ride this year

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    No room for the gifts.... so this must be for playing with AFTER Christmas. lol. Nice studded tires on it. :eek:
     
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    Santa poppin wheelies on a GSXR 750 thats the best Christmas ever.
    Go Santa.
     
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    How can you tell it's a 750?
     
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    looks like a 750 color scheme......awesome for santa.....he doesnt have to feed those damn riendeer anymore.....hes got a nice sliegh
     
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    I can't just a guess. Would you ride a bigger bike than a 750 on ice?
     
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    Yes.

    From what I've read about ice racing when you have the spiked tires you can get more grip then on pavement.
     
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    Depends on the year. Most bikes change up the colors every year. one year the 750 could have that color then the next year the 1000cc would have it but not the 750

    shit this year the Bandit of all bikes has the blue/white suzuki color

    P.S suzukis main colors are blue/white
    Hondas red/black
    Kawi Green
    Yamaha Blue
     
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