Bike license plates

MST.ESQ

New Member
Let's start this one up again just in time for the holiday shopping season (and because I don't want to be the only tool out there with one).

I can see it now... 25 Hooligans at 6MR with their user names and month of joining mounted to the bars...

This particular site claims they will custom print a month and year upon request.

http://www.teamlogo.com/inc/sdetail/186040

p.s. For safety reasons, 501 crew members must have stickers designating them as such and, ironically enough, must mount the plates using GLUE to avoid any potential twistie-tie injuries!
 

walter

Fourth Party
p.s. For safety reasons, 501 crew members must have stickers designating them as such and, ironically enough, must mount the plates using GLUE to avoid any potential twistie-tie injuries!

I don't think giving those 501 guys glue is a good idea
 

Panhead

Well-Known Member
Let's start this one up again just in time for the holiday shopping season (and because I don't want to be the only tool out there with one).

I can see it now... 25 Hooligans at 6MR with their user names and month of joining mounted to the bars...

This particular site claims they will custom print a month and year upon request.

http://www.teamlogo.com/inc/sdetail/186040

p.s. For safety reasons, 501 crew members must have stickers designating them as such and, ironically enough, must mount the plates using GLUE to avoid any potential twistie-tie injuries!

Figures a lawyer would find this one:rofl:
 

Frank

Sasquatch
For safety reasons, 501 crew members must have stickers designating them as such and, ironically enough, must mount the plates using GLUE to avoid any potential twistie-tie injuries!

:p :D


I use my AARP card as a license plate. :eek:
 

dualfisted

Member
501 tj

I'll use zip ties, glue jus gets caught in my nose hairs so don't see how it could help me put the license plate on. I'd try paste, but it tastes too good.
 
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