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Thread: First Impressions: Vardenchi Customs

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    Had read an article on the Stealth in BI, last year.
    The Skeletor however makes the Stealth look ordinary

    A Desi version of the 'Ghost Rider' movie will kick the Hollywood version's ass if the Skeletor is used
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    Awesome work..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny View Post
    Text: Vardenchi
    Photos: Sundeep Gajjar (Sunny)

    ...........................
    The reference we were given was a pretty similar bike but when we looked at is closely...................................
    I think this the bike that they have tried to emulate ,its pics have been around for 1-2 years . i think someone in germany had made it .

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    @Puneet1 : This Pic looks more exactly like of a Skeleton then what the First Post pic had

    Ghost Riders Bike........
    .......Just a Biker.......

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    Absolutely, mind numbing good the skeletor is!
    There goes another portion of my would be salary.
    great work vardenchi.
    ........discovering the biker in me........

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    @Sunny & other Mods: Don't we talk about safty on xbhp? Every single pic, without a helmet or gear becomes the center-stage of hot discussion. & here the V-person is riding without any gear (I know its for promotion!), but to be more precise, that helmet is just a fashion in mumbai to get rid of the cops fining people, isn't it?
    Even in a small crash it flows off, n I had seen that a several times... why a helmet just for a formality???
    Why no gloves, no jacket???
    Why not any comment or a finger towards the pics here???
    I don't want any heated discussion on this, just asked out of curiosity.
    Hope i get a valid answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderweb View Post
    @Sunny & other Mods: Don't we talk about safty on xbhp? Every single pic, without a helmet or gear becomes the center-stage of hot discussion. & here the V-person is riding without any gear (I know its for promotion!), but to be more precise, that helmet is just a fashion in mumbai to get rid of the cops fining people, isn't it?
    Even in a small crash it flows off, n I had seen that a several times... why a helmet just for a formality???
    Why no gloves, no jacket???
    Why not any comment or a finger towards the pics here???
    I don't want any heated discussion on this, just asked out of curiosity.
    Hope i get a valid answer.
    You can only promote Safe Riding. Helmet is the minimum bare helmet to protect the most critial part of the body - THE HEAD. So, helmet is the main gear. Rest, jackets, gloves, knee pads etc etc are less critical ones. You cannot force people to wear them. Nor your should consider people not wearing the less critical ones to be riding without safety. He is at least wearing a helmet and I believe these are the kind of helmets most cruiser bike riders wear.
    Last edited by leon_nerd; 02-20-2009 at 11:42 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leon_nerd View Post
    You can only promote Safe Riding. Helmet is the minimum bare helmet to protect the most critial part of the body - THE HEAD. So, helmet is the main gear. Rest, jackets, gloves, knee pads etc etc are less critical ones. You cannot force people to wear them. Nor your should consider people not wearing the less critical ones to be riding without safety. He is at least wearing a helmet and I believe these are the kind of helmets most cruiser bike riders wear.
    The style of the helmet may be similar, but it is the cheap one that's available on the side of the road(in abundance I might add!)

    Will wait for Sunny's reply on this. Again, am not sparking a fire here.

    Above all that, the bikes were super cool. Creating that spine section on the tank must have been a pain in the, er, spine!

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    @leon: Well do you think "that helmet the V guy is wearing" will save you in a severe crash?
    I had seen some accidents & they fell-off-easily, throwing your head & making it vulnerable to the dangerous open-ness of a ROAD.

    *I know this is going a little OT, but an answer will be most welcomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderweb View Post
    @leon: Well do you think "that helmet the V guy is wearing" will save you in a severe crash?
    I had seen some accidents & they fell-off-easily, throwing your head & making it vulnerable to the dangerous open-ness of a ROAD.

    *I know this is going a little OT, but an answer will be most welcomed.
    A 30K ARAI helmet might give up on a crash. And I will repeat the statement again - You cannot decide for people what gear they should wear. You can only promote. Let's not try to be biking nannies. There is no point me saying the same things again and again. I am done here.
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