Diners Theme Motorcycle.

Like burgers and ketchup Bikes and Diners mix very well with each other. This motorcycle was created by Garrison as a theme bike for a television show called “DINERS” which will air Sunday, October 5th at 6pm on Connecticut Public Television (CPTV). “DINERS” captures the joy of being on a motorcycle and finding those out-of-the-way classic eateries that invite travelers in for a simple home-cooked meal and friendly conversation while transporting them back in time. This bike is featured in Moto Journalist David Morris new book MotoStars where he states that: “The diner and the motorcycle are cohorts. Each offers unexpected treasures. The motorcycle is the faithful steed that transports its rider, making each road an adventure. The diner is the oasis whose authentic expression provides simple, honest and reliable pleasure and replenishment along the way. As a chronicle of the diner from a motorcyclist’s perspective, DINERS uniquely captures the individuality and the intimacy of what is an American culinary art form.” DINERS won plenty of trophies since completed and I guess they are exhibited above the kitchen counter of a Connecticut Diner. Ride and find it.


5 Responses to “Diners Theme Motorcycle.”

  1. 1 burnout Oct 3rd, 2008 at 10:01 am

    another idea I wish I had thought of. peace

  2. 2 Pitbull Oct 3rd, 2008 at 11:06 am

    It’s already been done, Alton Brown, Food Channel.

  3. 3 Sheridan Oct 4th, 2008 at 12:05 am

    Nice bike, looks like a Yamaha XVS1100 at a guess, but good to see I’m not the only one building neat looking Bobbers from Metric bikes. Keeps the cost WAAAAY down!!

  4. 4 madpuppy Oct 4th, 2008 at 12:40 pm

    You are right Pitbull , there is another guy that drives around the country in I think a camaro doing the same thing I think his name is “Guy” something on the food network. I cant watch the show without getting the munchies. LOL

  5. 5 Jeff Nicklus Oct 22nd, 2008 at 4:55 pm

    Yawn …….

    Over & Out,


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