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Old 07-02-2015, 03:31 PM   #9511
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i have one comment..I love my Harley!!!!!!!!I will never be without a Harley in my garage weather I can ride it or not! lol.....its hard to erase tattoos..haha
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Old 07-03-2015, 09:43 AM   #9512
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Philip, I don't think age or wisdom matters. once a biker, always a biker. There is nothing more exciting than a bike. But will admit. Now, I would be more into just cruising... with an occasional blast. Leaving the off road hills & jumps to the younger crowd.

Terry, sorry about your last crash. I was only doing 65-70 in a turn when my KZ1000 locked full throttle shifting to 3rd, and it threw me off. 31/2 hrs in ER getting patched up, and having a sort of heated argument, at least the Doctors was, on not staying in the hospital for 2 to 3 days for skin drafts on my knees, or cast on my arm because of a 4 in gash. Long story. tell you about it one day. I won the argument.

I agree with the crow. Once a biker, always a biker. I pick up the "auto RV" trader every week looking for the right buy. even just to work on it. Harley or Triumph .
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Old 07-03-2015, 11:44 AM   #9513
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once a biker, always a biker.
That is so true! Sold my bike 17 years ago but there always was that itch.
So in october last year I gave in and bought one.



I'm more into these bikes but I love Harley's! Just not to drive them myself.

But I do believe that with age and wisdom comes more responsability. Like you said now its more for cruizing around with the occasional thrill and not to flirt for the limits all the time.

All bikers know guys who have had accidents that weren't so lucky like you Terry. you must have a real good Gardian Angel over there.
And once you start thinking about that, most guys slow down a bit and go for the cars. Although cars can't completly give you the same feeling. But that's why I replaced it with a convertible. At least I can feel the wind in my "hair"
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Old 07-03-2015, 12:52 PM   #9514
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Philip, I don't think age or wisdom matters. once a biker, always a biker. There is nothing more exciting than a bike. But will admit. Now, I would be more into just cruising... with an occasional blast. Leaving the off road hills & jumps to the younger crowd.

Terry, sorry about your last crash. I was only doing 65-70 in a turn when my KZ1000 locked full throttle shifting to 3rd, and it threw me off. 31/2 hrs in ER getting patched up, and having a sort of heated argument, at least the Doctors was, on not staying in the hospital for 2 to 3 days for skin drafts on my knees, or cast on my arm because of a 4 in gash. Long story. tell you about it one day. I won the argument.

I agree with the crow. Once a biker, always a biker. I pick up the "auto RV" trader every week looking for the right buy. even just to work on it. Harley or Triumph .
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Thanks buddy and yes I still like bikes I just ain't gonna own one again I Do-Not think.

I just considered myself lucky that last time so decided to simply change completely over to cars and leave the bikes for the Wilder-Guys.

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That is so true! Sold my bike 17 years ago but there always was that itch.
So in october last year I gave in and bought one.



I'm more into these bikes but I love Harley's! Just not to drive them myself.

But I do believe that with age and wisdom comes more responsability. Like you said now its more for cruizing around with the occasional thrill and not to flirt for the limits all the time.

All bikers know guys who have had accidents that weren't so lucky like you Terry. you must have a real good Gardian Angel over there.
And once you start thinking about that, most guys slow down a bit and go for the cars. Although cars can't completly give you the same feeling. But that's why I replaced it with a convertible. At least I can feel the wind in my "hair"
Philip,

Beautiful bike man !!!

Yes someone is certainly looking out for me I have no doubt.


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Old 07-03-2015, 12:55 PM   #9515
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i have one comment..I love my Harley!!!!!!!!I will never be without a Harley in my garage weather I can ride it or not! lol.....its hard to erase tattoos..haha
Crow,

I liked the Harley's I had but they were not really cruisers.
They were the road racing type of Harleys.
The one's with the twin-carbs, funny exhaust etc in Black.
No passenger seat at all just a Solo Seat for driver only.
And yes mine had the Screaming Eagle set-up but you probably already guessed that.


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Old 07-03-2015, 04:56 PM   #9516
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Great looking bike Philip. 10 years ago,maybe. NOw I am just looking for a nice HD for cruising. With drag pipes. love that sound.
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