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Hey! I'm a 1%er too. I'm one of the very few people who thinks his Sportster is a really great bike and enjoys riding it.



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What's up MO, that's all the news you got for us? Drug dealers and a 92!? year old riding on the back of a Goldwing? You can carry a corpse in this lounge without it falling off.



Did you hear anything about the brand new for 06' Yamaha R6 with under the engine exhaust styled like the Kawasaki ZX-RR GP bike? I think the 06' ZX-10RR will have the same exhaust layout. I admit Eric Buell was the originator.

 

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Don't be so quick to be a pecksniff on this issue. When I was in my early 20's, I had the great pleasure to give my Grandmother and two of her sisters their first motorcycle rides.



They talked about it for the rest of their lives. A few minutes of my time was all it cost for a bit of memorable delight for them.
 

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I hope by the time I (hopefully) reach 92, the viagra is still effective and my R1 will still move me down the road at a fast clip. However, by then the viagra will be injected daily through a stint, my R1 will be battery operated and weighing in at a mere 175 lbs!
 

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Yeah, is MO on the manufacturers $hit list or something?



Other peeps are getting their hands on interesting new bikes, Kawi ER-6n and Multistrada 620 and others... what gives? Too many trashed & crashed demo bikes?
 

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My brother-in-law gave his g-ma (may she RIP) her first ride at around 80 years old and when she got back she told me it was "very exciting." She loved it and could not wait for the next visit/ride. She talked about it all the time and was sad when he sold that Honda 350 beater…
 

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That's cause Honda 350's really VIBRATE when they get old and cranky.



Not unlike some octogenarians.
 

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I also picked up on that. Maybe there is something to the saying "you are as old as you think you are."



She thinks she is you and likes to look after her elderly neighbors. An attidute to emulate!
 
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