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gyro
01-25-2014, 3:54 PM
fuck me! So the Army moved me to Germany about 7 months ago and I didn't bring my bike cause its a piece of shit and would never be aloud on the roads here. now 7 months later I cant find a bike to buy. this is horrible and with no bike im going nuts. Anyone out here in doucheland with a line on any decent bikes? Please I need help.

ElekVins
01-25-2014, 5:41 PM
what kind of bike are you looking for?

njm23
01-25-2014, 5:48 PM
http://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_odkw=motorrad&_sop=1&_osacat=9804&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR10.TRC0.A0.Xharley&_nkw=harley&_sacat=9804

http://www.ebay.de/sch/Motorräder-/9804/i.html?_from=R40&_sop=1&_nkw=motorrad

What are you looking for.. There are plenty of options really.

ElekVins
01-25-2014, 5:51 PM
this one is pretty cool:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Oldtimer-Kinder-Motorrad-Kiddy-Ride-Easy-Rider-Harley-Chopper-Schaukel-Karusell-/331110585182?pt=Motorr%C3%A4der&hash=item4d17ba935e

GermanJosh
01-25-2014, 11:41 PM
Where in Germany are you located? And yeah, when it comes to cool Bikes and Cars this Country sucks big ...

gyro
01-26-2014, 6:26 AM
Im in baumholder. And I was just looking at the ebay.de the other day. there are some pretty sharp bikes but Im in the Army so that means Im broke. I need something cheaper than a brand new Harley price tag.

gyro
01-26-2014, 9:33 AM
Man this is just really depressing. I have been off of chop cult for a long time because of a deployment and now cause I am in Germany with no bike. since I have no bike and no garage and pretty much put all of my shit from my garage in storage I felt like I had no need to be on here. lately I have been really down and with no bike or garage to disappear to and forget my problems life is really starting to suck so now im back on CC and now seeing everyone else choppering all over the place this sucks even more. I really need something to do out here.

IndianaSlim
01-26-2014, 1:44 PM
Stop whining troop. It could be worse. Find something to occupy yourself, like planning what you will do when you get back to the states. Remember, US ARMY stands for Uncle Sam Ain't Released Me Yet............. FTA

Viet Nam '71-'72
196th Lt Inf Bde
FTA

GermanJosh
01-26-2014, 2:08 PM
Well, having not much money myself i came up with a plan to build a Scramblerish Bike from an old Suzuki DR800.
You can get them around 1k-1,2k€ and sell the ugly Fairing and stuff to buy some cool parts like an old gastank on egay.
It wont be a Chopper but it should be fun, especially in a big city with much traffic since you sit very high and can split lanes easily.
Maybe you like the idea, its a cool alternative to an overpriced Bike and you have something to "chop"...

Thats the look I'm going for:
http://s7.directupload.net/images/140126/qmu8uvtp.jpg (http://www.directupload.net)

ElekVins
01-26-2014, 5:35 PM
Hey Josh, your suzuki looks very much like a honda ! ;)

GermanJosh
01-26-2014, 6:00 PM
Hey Josh, your suzuki looks very much like a honda ! ;)

Of course it is, because it is a Honda... :rolleyes:
Like i said, thats the look I'm going for. Thats nott my Bike.
The Frame, Engine etc on these old Enduros are looking very simmilar on both, Honda and Suzuki, only the ugly Plastic Stuff arround it is very different.

nightrider1992
05-16-2014, 12:42 PM
Yea I know how you feel man I just left a few months ago and glad to be back in the states with a garage. You should check out the Veterama show in Mannheim in October I believe or sometime around then. There is everything from basket cases to mint knuckleheads and everything in between. Its an epic swap meet and known throughout Germany.

GermanJosh
05-16-2014, 4:45 PM
Check out the Kustom Kulture Event next week if you can, its the Event of the year when it comes to Bikes and Hot Rods in Germany if you ask me...

http://www.kustom-kulture-forever.com/

garageinc
06-12-2014, 12:57 PM
Maybe you can check-out: www.mobile.de

a friend of mine who has a small harley shop allways looks on this site for used bikes. Harleys in germany are usually cheaper than in the Netherlands.