Motorcycle Hand Grips


Take a wild guess who this motorcycle belongs to. Go ahead… Guess!

The Dupe rode his bike over to the house today and was complaining about how his gloves were slipping on his motorcycle hand grips. I wasn’t surprised since these were his grips. I went in the house for a while and came back out to find this in their place. The idea here is that the sand paper is rough enough to stop the gloves from slipping. The red electrical tape is there because he didn’t see the black roll sitting right next to it, and the black tape is Gorilla tape. If you don’t know what Gorilla tape is, it’s basically Duck Tape on steroids.

The Dupe, I hope we start getting more submissions or someone else around here starts doing some trailer park stuff. In the meantime, Your Trailer Park Is Showing!

The Dupe + Motorcycle Exhaust


A few weeks ago, The Dupe decided his motorcycle exhaust wasn’t loud enough. (To be honest, it sounded like a sewing machine…) The solution: To drill out the baffles. It worked! The boy surprised the hell out of us all!

Then came this monstrosity. He decided it wasn’t loud enough and since the bike wouldn’t run without the silencers on, cutting them down was the best option. Needless to say, he got that far and needed a new cutting wheel and never got one. The bike has been this way for 2 days now. Yes, he has been riding it like this!

The Dupe: Your Trailer Park Is Showing!

Motorcycle Repair


Here is one of the broken Motorcycles in Tom’s garage. It belongs to The Dupe. Long story short, he dropped it within one month of owning it and has sat in the garage waiting on parts and The Dupe’s laziness to subside long enough to fix it. Instead of spending the $15 for a set of new grips, some tennis racket tape did the job.

DUPE! Your Trailer Park Is Showing!

note: The yellow bike in the background is Tom’s. It’s the only vehicle in the garage that is 100% functional.