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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by bowcop22, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. plasticslap

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  2. cuzican

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    Leaving four strokes in the dust for 20 years.
    91 CR500
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    On the streets I ride a 76 Harley, no pics though.
    Also have an 83 Honda Nighthawk 650, and am in the middle of restoring an 86 Honda CR250 dirt bike.
     

  3. kwb377

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    Reviving the pic thread...

    Sold the Road King last month and got an '02 Ducati ST4s...

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  4. 1955mercury

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    Wow! I'm drooling over this one. A 48 Panhead. The first year of the panheads. I rode a 60 Panhead for about 20 years. Sweetest sound in the world is a panhead cranking after you been kicking it for an hour in the hot sun. If you are still on this site, tell us more about it. I can see it still has the mechanical rear brake and no front brake. Is it a 61 or 74 cubic inch? Does it still have the old 3 brush 6 volt generator?
     
  5. Luminary

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    My buddies and I in West VA. DR650, XT225 (me), and a CRF250.
     
  6. Luminary

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    Oh man :wow:! Ducati Hypermotard is my dream bike.
     
  7. roderickpaulate

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    Hey Eagle that picture make me interest to buy a big bike just like that.. SO COOL!




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  8. ArtyGuy

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    Here is my 04 FLSTFI.
     

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  9. roderickpaulate

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    nice ride.......i wonder how to ride a big bike...



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  10. ArtyGuy

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    They are easy to ride. In fact, I would argue that they are easier to ride than smaller, lighter bikes. They balance and center of gravity make it very maneuverable.



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  11. roderickpaulate

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    yeah your right...its fun to drive a clutch than auto.....
    big bike....more fun...

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  12. engineer151515

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  13. Buelligan

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    I don't post much (I rarely even lurk these days) but I'll take this opporunity to post this killboy.com pic taken of me at Deals Gag on my Buell.

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  14. xDavidx

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    Cool to see so many FZs here. I have an 09 FZ6.
     
  15. ESAFO

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    06' ULTRA CLASSIC

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    My 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa. Has been lowered but otherwise stock. With a 0 to 100mph time at just a tick over 5 seconds, I do not feel the need to mod the bike for more speed or noise!

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    Looks like you're moving up in the world
     
  18. Waffen HK

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    Very nice. I like it stock also with a little lowering, the bike is right.
     
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    It just keeps getting better, don't it?
    Sold off all the other bikes... leaving this as my only street legal ride.

    2003 Anniversary Edition FLHTC
     
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    Here is my 2009 star roadliner I got painted. It was silver but to be different went with satin black.
     

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