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

  1. bowcop22

    bowcop22 BMW Bikes ROCK!

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    Lets see what you guys are riding....Heres mine. 98 R1100RT
     
  2. eaglefrq

    eaglefrq NRA Member

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  3. SVTNate

    SVTNate Packers fan

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  5. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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  6. norton

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    Your bike looks a little different then my first and last street only ring ding, the RD 350 Yamaha.
    I had a friend who owned one of the Kenny Roberts signature RZ's. It was a cool little bike.
     
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    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    The Aprilia RS125 and RS50 are the last of the breed. They still soldier on in Europe with heavily restricted engines and exhausts for teenagers to ride on.
     
  8. kwb377

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    My '05 Road King...

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    I regret selling the VFR...

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    08 ZX10 WAAAHHHHHTTTNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT :)

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  10. Halojumper

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    Nice Feejer. That was on the candidate list when I picked up my ST a couple of years ago.
     
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    Nice looking VFR. What year is it? It looks a lot like my 02, but the lights up front are different? What kind of seat is that, Sargent, Corbin?
     
  12. kwb377

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    Thanks!

    Mine was a '98...the 5th Generation VFR's ran from '98 - '01...the seat is a Sargent.
     
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    How has your experience been with the Road King? What's it been like going from the VFR to the RK?
     
  14. kwb377

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    I love the 'King!

    I rode a Road King at work for a few years while I also had the VFR, so it was a
    "win/win" for awhile.

    I had no problem doing 10 - 12 hour days on the VFR, but the wife wasn't really comfortable for more than an hour or two. Once I got off Motors at work, I started missing the Road King, and also figured it would be alot more comfortable for the wife on trips.

     
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    Something Orange.

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    HT, I got tired of waiting for Ruben and I bought a new RF-1100 from New Enough. Their 2XL fits me, so I got some graphics instead of another solid color helmet... but I got the "Hadron TC-6" which is white with graphics over it, so it's more summer-friendly. Got an OEM light smoked shield with it.

    So far it's a great helmet, light, quiet, good airflow. Fogs up at a stop, which I'm not used to at all (my first FF). I might need 3XL sized cheekpads because it's a bit too snug in that area, but I'm going to wear it for 1-2 months and break in the padding before I make that decision. All in all, it's top-notch.

    Still waiting for the call to come pick up my Sidi Blades, or at least make sure it's the right size. I was looking for a good ST low boot, my Super Duty III's are too bulky so I've been riding in street shoes for months now.