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This shouldn't be surprising to anyone. We've been talking about this for three years, at least. Demographics can't be wished away. The manufacturers will have to adjust. There will always be a relatively healthy cruiser market in the U.S. but it can't be expected to match the boom of the recent past.

Personally, I know of several cruiser riders who are considering more performance oriented bikes, including one long-time H-D enthusiast (and these guys ain't real young, either). It seems like some people who start on cruisers or who have been riding them for a while are becoming more curious about sportier bikes. I don't know if this constitutes any kind of significant trend, but it seems like a few are starting to go opposite the usual sport-to-cruiser migration.
 

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Where ya been P? The city put some kind of limitation on how many times a year locals can post on the internet?
You mean here in the Great Soviet Republic of New York? (Glory to the workers!)Nah, Bloomy couldn't even manage to get "congestion pricing," aka "a$$ raping," passed. Although, it's still the land of Starbucks and group-think.

I've been kind of busy and, since I've been working in the digital space, I was a bit burned out on the Web. Good to see some improvements on this site.

I let my subscription lapse. Look at my Founding Member icon. It used to be a sunny orange Premium jobby. Now it looks like an effing tombstone. They trying to tell me something?

But I did miss all the pissing, moaning and sporadic encrusted hilarity here.

Just picked up my new Daytona 675 on Saturday. Yippee!
 
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