What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much

12/17/2009 @ 12:10 pm, by Jensen Beeler10 COMMENTS

Cylon-VFR1200

Because of our good friends at SoCal Buell Riders, we have to spend the rest of the day replacing the A&R office keyboards, which are now soaked with this morning’s coffee. You have to admit though, the headlight on the new VFR does borrow heavily from the Centurion’s jaw-line…enough to make one wonder if it’s from the 13th colony of Kobol. If you have no idea what we’re talking, you need to watch more Battlestar Galactica.

Source: SoCal Buell Riders

  • http://twitter.com/popsciguy/status/6773475150 Matthew Cokeley

    Uncanny! RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a #Cylon Centurion and the #Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle #BSG

  • http://twitter.com/freeformz/status/6774055379 Edward Muller

    RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much – http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle

  • http://twitter.com/skadamo/status/6774164508 John Adamo

    ha! RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much – http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle

  • http://twitter.com/fuzzygalore/status/6774480439 FuzzyGalore

    RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much – http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle

  • http://twitter.com/ridersdiscount/status/6774841914 Riders Discount

    RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much – http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle

  • http://twitter.com/peterlombardi/status/6776647486 Peter Lombardi

    RT @Asphalt_Rubber: What Does a Cylon Centurion and the Honda VFR1200F Have In Common? Too Much – http://bit.ly/8jusaL #motorcycle

  • http://www.peterlombardi.com Peter Lombardi

    hahahaha!!!
    -peter

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  • fearnow

    Does that make the model in the third picture The Last Cylon (no wait, that was…) or is a variation on the #8?