cbr250r will not get knocked over anymore

So… after my cycle got knocked over the other night by some unknown fuck-face, I’ve been thinking about what to do with it. Two options:
– Make it a custom street fighter / cafe hybrid
– Keep it all original and OEM stock condition and refurbish it

Regardless of which route I decide to go… I’ll talk more about it later. I can’t risk it getting knocked over again. Enough little shit got bent and broken already.

This is my porch to the right side.

This is my newly made ramp so I can bring the cycle on the porch and it’ll sit behind the trees.

Adam once asked me if I knew how to use a hammer… what a dick. That’s some solid carpentry right there buddy. Ramp is solid as shit.

Now, every night, it’ll sit tucked away on the porch, behind the trees, so no one can fuck with it. I wish I had made this a week ago.

9 responses to “cbr250r will not get knocked over anymore”

  1. scott says:

    Excellent solution!

  2. Todd says:

    I’d throw a cover on that thing if you haven’t already, I feel like thats the #1 deterrent. Looks like you can lock it to the beams on the porch too. Can never be too safe.

  3. Roberta says:

    Maybe you should sleep with it!

  4. chris says:

    i suggest camo netting like on anti aircraft cannons…or hire a kiwi to guard it…they’re cheap.

  5. andrew says:

    i think you knocked it over so you could justify tearing it apart…. no but seriously my bike only last 9 months in NYC until it got tipped. Coming out to a tipped over and dinged up bike is the worst.

  6. Nick says:

    I vote street fighter

  7. Justin says:

    I vote stocker. And – if I might add – that’s some damn fine carpentry!

  8. Richard says:

    Why is the ramp out with the trash?

  9. admin says:

    it’s just leaning there for the picture.
    -ed

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