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jazclrint
03 February 2011, 1641
Brammo just put this up on facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=495290550442&set=a.442402705442.239501.108820970442

Does anyone know anything about this, or electrics at Macau?

Unless this bike never made it to Macau, I am really disappointed in Brammo for not letting us know about this and putting stuff up on the website, ect. Mostly because I'm a crazed fan and Macau is a HUGE deal. Actually, any Brammo back out on track is a huge deal.

Et tu Brammofan!?

Brammofan
04 February 2011, 0436
You know, if you don't read my blog (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/11/19/brammo-babes-at-macau-grand-prix/), Richard, I can't help you.
I will say, however, that this is the first time I've seen this particular bike in white. When it appeared at the Macau Grand Prix (and at the Hong Kong Motorcycle Show (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/11/29/hong-kong-loves-brammo/)) it was wearing its green livery. And although it was originally planned to take an exhibition lap of the course, that lap was cancelled by the race organizers due to time constraints (and no, not because it would have to charge half way through the lap). You didn't read this post (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/10/07/brammo-to-macau-grand-prix/), some of my best investigative journalism, in which I added up all the clues that suggested Brammo was going to be at Macau?

*Sigh*

teddillard
04 February 2011, 0445
talk about your shameless self promotion yo... LOL! BUT. You gave me an idear: http://www.elmoto.net/showthread.php?890-ElMoto-Blog-Roll

jazclrint
04 February 2011, 1959
You know, if you don't read my blog (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/11/19/brammo-babes-at-macau-grand-prix/), Richard, I can't help you.
I will say, however, that this is the first time I've seen this particular bike in white. When it appeared at the Macau Grand Prix (and at the Hong Kong Motorcycle Show (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/11/29/hong-kong-loves-brammo/)) it was wearing its green livery. And although it was originally planned to take an exhibition lap of the course, that lap was cancelled by the race organizers due to time constraints (and no, not because it would have to charge half way through the lap). You didn't read this post (http://brammofan.wordpress.com/2010/10/07/brammo-to-macau-grand-prix/), some of my best investigative journalism, in which I added up all the clues that suggested Brammo was going to be at Macau?

*Sigh*

Crap busted. Thanks for the links!