:weightlifter: You guys have it wrong. He just sat on the bike andlook whathappen. He was too far back on the rear wheel. Must have been an old motocross rider. He has the build for it, don't you think?
It's got to be fake, turn your laptops/ heads 90 degrees and you will see that gravity is playing it's part on his/ her body. Also, the depression on the poor front forks gives it away. Even so, I definately wouldn't want to be that bike!!!:shock:
Silverfox. On your comment that it's fake.Look at the shadows around the bike. They're perfect. I thinks it's real. Stupid, but real. :doh:
Maybe this is his bike and the forks are permanently depressed. If I had that much weight on meI would be depressed too. I think I will take this picture and put it on my fridge. A reminder to lose some weight. :whip::whip::whip:
Jerry, I might also put this photo on my fridge, mainly 'cause it gives me a giggle every time I look at it, I must have a warped sense of humour, but it just conjours up so many daft captions and thoughts!! I recon we may have stirred up a hornets nest with the shadows, all the photo buffs will be studying it now, but if you ask me there isn't enough blocks of light coming through the wheels.
Whatever the truth is, it is funny to see such things posted, and keeps me entertained until my Wing gets back from the workshop. I am getting withdrawl symptoms from not riding.
Let me know if the fridge photo does anything for your waistline, I am hoping it has an effect on my hair colour!!:grinner:
BELT!! What belt? But boy, do I agree, he is definately defying gravity, in more ways than one. Never mind Dunlop, how many of you old timers remember Michelin Man? This guy makes him look Anorexic. :goofygrin:. If it all went pearshape after this shot, I bet he was pleased that he had such a cusioned landing, If he brought it down right, I don't recon the bike survived!!