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

  1. 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.
     


  2. 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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  3. 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?
     
  4. Luminary

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

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

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




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  7. Here is my 04 FLSTFI.
     

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



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

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  11. 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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  12. xDavidx

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    Cool to see so many FZs here. I have an 09 FZ6.
     
  13. essixx

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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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  14. Halojumper

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

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    Very nice. I like it stock also with a little lowering, the bike is right.
     
  16. lawman800

    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

    Sold off all the other bikes... leaving this as my only street legal ride.

    2003 Anniversary Edition FLHTC
     
  17. bluedevil

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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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