I could make that my sig. The good thing is, pretend bikes cost nothing, and you lose nothing on the every-three-months trade-in.There are nicer bikes I can pretend I'll buy before I pretend to buy that one.
Check out the CVO line and you will find a Springer with 110 cubes.Just looked at the '08s on H-D's website. Looks like the Springers are no more. That's a shame, they're pretty cool.
Very disappointed to see the 883R Sportster gone, too. Good looking bike. If I had the cabbage I'd have gotten one.
The Rocker is absurd.
Just pretend to eat Ramen Noodles for the next ten years, an' shaddup about it.............:roll:Well isn't that just a bunch of bullsh!t. Why hop up a Springer? They weren't made for performance (well, even less so than most cruisers). Now I have to pretend to cough up 25 grand to pretend to own this?!
I thought the entire point of the Springer was the old school look. Why mess it up with glittery crap and expensive performance mods. It's the one bike that is SUPPOSE to go slow and handle poorly, damnit!
And that's how I liked it.
You're just out of practice. After about 50 more startups you'll have the starting drill for a knuck down pat and it'll only take about 25 kicks.For all you guys that long for a springer and a bike that harkens back to the 'good old days', I have the old Knuck hardtail springer you can come ride. It's a kickstart too, so that when it's about 90 out and you kick the SOB about 50 times to get it started, you will really appreciate actually being able to move forward so the sweat pouring off your head doesn't get in your eyes!