FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
with Evad & Dave O.
Evad Semaj' Cyberspokes Chief Computer
"Dave O" Cyberspokes President. Notice the "duct tape
Well, we definitely can't claim to answer ALL your questions but ... we
figured that, if we could convince BOTH these guys to put their heads together
we would stand a pretty good chance of getting at least SOME of the questions
answered. It has been said that Evad Semaj' and Dave O. work so closely
together that they're one-in-the-same!
Just a few ground rules to set your expectations. Dave O. has been know
to turn a wrench or two but he is NO MASTER MECHANIC. Ya think he would
need duct tape to fix the above pictured Harley if he was? Evad is pretty
amazing when it comes down to troubleshooting computers and finding cool stuff on the
Internet but he is NO MASTER HTML PROGRAMMER. Don't forget, if you don't
find your answer here, check out our SEARCH or CONTENTS
pages. Now that we got that out of
the way... Let's ROCK!
Please note: We HIGHLY encourage you to patronize your LOCAL
BUSINESSES FIRST. Then, if they can't help you... "Ride the
- Who is making new bikes these days that don't look
like all the other EVO clones?
- How do I get my business listed on Cyberspokes.com?
- When is someone going to make a camcorder which I
can mount on my Harley? -Shutter Snake
- Where can I find BIKER discussion groups,
bulletin boards, forums, tech
tips & chat rooms? -Woody
- Why doesn't my AOL account display all web sites
properly, if at all? -Pan Man
- What is the deal with men and bar stools? I can't
get my old man to move anywhere once he sits on one. -Biker
- Hey guys, every time I take my dog for ride he ends up sliding all
over the place. Is there anything out there that can hold my pooch in
- Do you guys know of something which stops
that annoying cramp in my throttle hand after a long ride? I don't
have cruise control. -Digger
I agree Buzz! All the custom paint, chopped frames/fenders, and billet still
won't do much to make that EVO stand out in a crowd. I would recommend
taking a look at our NEW BIKES page. You can get
a nice Indian from Kiwi Indian, a Knucklehead
or Flatty from KnuckleHead Power
USA. You can also get complete Panhead, Knucklehead, and Shovelhead
engines from Accurate Engineering,
S&S, and Nostalgia Cycle. Chrome
Specialties has a Panhead engine too. They call theirs "Pan-demonium".
I'm glad you asked L.B.. We can provide you with presence on the World
Wide Web by publishing your business's name, address, telephone number and a
description of your services. This includes one page of non-time-sensitive
static information. For more info check out
our SERVICES page.
Snake, I haven't seen a camcorder specifically for a bike yet but you can use
the mount from Desert Iron Images to mount
just about any camcorder to you handlebars.
Hi Woody! Your first stop should be our Cyberspokes Clubhouse
page. You can also find plenty of
these features by going to the sites listed on our SEARCH
page. Two of my favorites are Direct
Parts, Inc. and BabeOnHD.
Well Pan Man, in addition to MANY other proprietary features, AOL has an option that
compresses graphics the AOL way, and only other AOL users can see them if you
save them like that. And the option is automatically on when you install AOL.
They never tell you about it! For more info on this go to BabeOnHD's AOL
Barb, your prayers have been answered! I have the perfect gift for your
old man's next birthday. It's the Bar
Fly barstool by Mid-USA products. I'm sure this will get him moving!
Your right Beeb, I can't tell you how many times I spent hours cleaning blood
and fur out of my spokes after a nice long ride. I should probably install
some baffles so I could hear better. Not to mention the vet bills!
Hey, before you call the SPCA, I'm just kidding! Seriously, check out The
Dog Pack from Beast Riders. You
will be able to pack your pooch safely and comfortably on your bike.
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Digger, the first thing I would recommend would be moving the Easyriders
magazines out of the bathroom. That should save some wear and tear on the
old wrist. If that doesn't do it, you might want to purchase a Cramp
Buster. It's a cool little device which attaches to your throttle
grip, and it's cheap!
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