How To Wash A Train With A MotorcyclePosted: August 20, 2012 | Author: Todd Halterman | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Advice, Bike Basics, Bike Find of the Day, Biker Culture, bobber motorcycles, custom motorcycle photography, digital photograpy, Halterman, harley bobber, Harley Davidson, indian bobber, Michigan, Michigan motorcycle events 2012, Motorcycle News, motorcycle parts and service, motorcycle photography, Motorcycle Stunts, motorcycle videos, Muskegon, Muskegon Bike Time, photography, studio photography, The Machines, washing a train with a motorcycle, wedding photographer | Comments Off
They (and it’s never clear who ‘they’ are at any given moment) say that necessity is the mother of invention – and it’s hard to find a coin-operated bay large enough to wash a train – so this rider found a way to clean up a dirty train.
You can only hope that none of the commuters on the train had their window open as they passed over this particular bridge.
A sudden splash of river water is a sure way to ruin your morning latte and render your New York Times unreadable.
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