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This was way harder and took way longer then I thought. It's kind of a vintage motorcycle / hot rod theme. I didn't put the liner back in yet and I have to take it to the body shop to get clear coated but the artwork is done. Believe it or not I totaled my bike and ended up in the Trauma Center and yet didn't put even a scratch on the helmet.



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Wow!!! That looks fantastic. I was half good at art whilst at school, got a few pics in Leeds art gallery etc but I'd struggle to get close to that.
 

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Forgot to ask you getting another Xsr?
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No, I loved the bike but I'm moving past my retro phase. I went out looking last weekend as after 5 months I am just beginning to be able to bend my knee enough to get it on the right foot peg. I looked at a Kawasaki Z900 which is a great bike but I'm too tall for the seat to foot peg length. I've pretty much settled on a Yamaha Tracer which is the touring version of the XSR type bike with that sweet triple. It does all the same stuff as the XSR but with more comfort and my GF isn't afraid of slipping off the back of the seat.
 
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