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Motorbike Papercraft

You really love to take your motorbike for a ride. Riding your motorbike along the way is the most enjoyable time. Your YZF-R1 Yamaha motor surely looks the best among other motorbike. If you are really love it, why you do not try to appreciate your motorbike even more. I am not talking about washing and polishing your motorbike, because I am sure you do it already. I am talking about displaying it.

Displaying it? Yes, displaying it on top of your work desk. I am not asking you to displaying the real motorbike, just the papercrafts models of your motorbike. You can get the example from here. This realistic papercraft need a lot of work. But with perfect papercraft tools and papercraft paper you will get the best papercraft prototype of your YZF-R1. Make the prototype now. Log on to this site and you will get the rough idea how to do it. Make yourself proud and start crafting. Do not forget to download the upgraded model. The upgraded 2007 model is available now. You can get the free paper models here.

You said you love your motorbike so much. Then proof it. Make your own YZF-R1 papercraft model now. Using easy access guide that they have you will want to ride this little guy in no time.

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  • bigmuscles

    This is the motorcycle world that Harley-Davidson has reinvented, one that seems–and is–a century removed from the Milwaukee shed where William Harley and Andrew Davidson first collaborated in 1903. Harley today has more to do with fraternity than with machinery. You buy a Harley, you join a ready-made motorcycle gang: the 600 U.S. HOG chapters, operated under the dealers’ aegis. Style is as important as speed. On dealers’ floors, leather-draped mannequins can outnumber the bikes. Harley has artfully parlayed the romance of the road and the independence of the biker to capture baby-boomers. Its core customers have reprised their 1960s rebelliousness with a product that bespeaks their 1990s success.

  • harleydavidsonaccessories

    Harley has designed its year-long, ten-city 100th-anniversary bash to appeal to both the old riders it has long satisfied and the new riders it needs. On the first day of Atlanta’s party, the HOG clubs were to mingle and get their first look at the anniversary models. On the weekend Harley would invite the public to its Open Road Tour, featuring country singer Tim McGraw and other draws for nonbikers. The company was hoping for daily weekend crowds of 40,000 to 50,000. But it had never staged anything like this and was counting on a whole lot of people having a whole lot of curiosity about Harley–plus a whole lot of cash to pay $55 a ticket.

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  • Stefania Flodin

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