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post #41 of 49
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I have a bun in the oven, no insurance
I hear you loud and clear

So do I. 1st boy after 3 girls. Congrats to you. Sadly, I do have insurance and it's pretty much rigged now to where it's not much cheaper. The one I had last year still cost me 3k out of pocket after paying my $300 every month for insurance.
post #42 of 49

I graduated from my starter bike, a 1997 Kawasaki Ninja 250, to a 2011 Harley Davidson 883 SuperLow just this July!  Put 1,100 miles on it before I had to put it up for the winter.  Really enjoying it! 

 

(I think I'm too new to the site!  It won't let me insert a picture of her!)

 

Ah-hah - I was doing it wrong!  Obviously new to this!

 

Here she is - a chick bike!  She's got Diamond Ice accessories all over her and my profile pic is "Girls Ride Too!" painted on the tank.

 

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Edited by tammer - 1/1/13 at 12:49pm
post #43 of 49
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I graduated from my starter bike, a 1997 Kawasaki Ninja 250, to a 2011 Harley Davidson 883 SuperLow just this July!  Put 1,100 miles on it before I had to put it up for the winter.  Really enjoying it! 

 

(I think I'm too new to the site!  It won't let me insert a picture of her!)

Go ahead and post your pics. Our software will hold the post until a moderator can review and validate it. We do this to help keep spammers out and to ensure no one comes along and starts posting inappropriate pictures. This will only last until you make about 25 posts.

post #44 of 49

1000

This was my baby when I met my wife. As you can see there wasn't much of a seat. An hour was about all she could take.

By the way, all that fab work was done by my hand. I made the rear strutless fender and those handlebars. 

Those bars have a long slow taper from 1.25" at the bottom bend to 1" at the top bend.

 

1000

Now I have this 2012 Ultra Limited. I got the kit to make the tour-pak detachable and bought a Street Glide seat off ebay.

I like this look for my daily commute. It's got the Heavy Breather, Rhinehart True Duels, 255 cams, and dyno tuned.

post #45 of 49
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Sweet bikes Bubbonehead I myself love the old school bobber look. Looking for a used or wrecked Fat Boy slim to chop up old school style. I really dig the 50s era ,white walls and pin up girls that where its at thumb1.gif

post #46 of 49

Linda rode Harleys for 10 years, I rode them from 1965  to 2007  Just reached a point where it was more work than fun--all the BS laws.

 

Now we ride quads

Gary

 

 

Linda kept her sporty for a year after I sold my FXR.  We had just done an engine upgrade on it and she was loving it.  The little thing in her mirror was ME!!  Pics are us on the Road to the Sun heading to Kalisbel, Mt

Gary

 

 

BTW When I bought my first Harley in 1965, Linda had just turned 4--so, does that make me a perv????? LOL

Gary


Edited by GaryHibbert - 11/30/13 at 7:25pm
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post #48 of 49

I've got a 2002 Honda VTX1800 power-cruiser, had since new. Hell of a machine, more power than most v-twins can produce. I've also been collecting and restoring 3 wheelers for a few years now. Here's the list of the "runners", handful more that need worked on......

 

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post #49 of 49

Just sold our bike in May, first time I've been without a road legal bike since I was 17, introduced Val to them the following year and she never looked back. This was us in Baden-Baden Germany, year before last when we toured Northern Europe. Think I only drove 50 miles, Val did the rest, that's partly why we sold it, due to my health problems. I've since taken early retirement and  bought an RV and had a tootle down to the south of France last year, great fun but we still miss the bike.

A shot with our friends who came with us as we stopped for a rest break in the Black Forest, just off the B500, one of the best biking roads in Europe.

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