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    Quote Originally Posted by Songbird View Post
    This is what my motorcycle is looking like ...

    That is just a motorized coffin.

    I've never actually been on a motorcycle. As I think about it, I have not done much of anything....what a boring life I lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by learman3 View Post
    That is just a motorized coffin.

    I've never actually been on a motorcycle. As I think about it, I have not done much of anything....what a boring life I lead.
    Hey, you. No life's boring, and you're only a youngster, so plenty of time left for all sorts of mischieviousness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger50 View Post
    yep om an old biker... rode one to work and back for years.... had 2 old vintage machines.... both 1956 Matchless.... one a 350 single, the other a 600 twin..i rebuilt them both..sadly have since sold them....wish i hadnt now....
    Have to say, that the older British bikes are the one's that rock my world.
    Trouble was, could never guarantee getting to the destination, always breaking down for one reason or another, but great fun though.

    And a few people here have expressed concern about the dangers, accidents, and knowing friends who have sadly died on a bike.
    Same happens in cars, unfortunately, but I think nowadays, bikers are much more aware of the dangers, and so are other road users, so they can actually be safer in my opinion than the boy racers who think they are safe and protected 'cos they're in a tin box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulseeker View Post
    Hey, you. No life's boring, and you're only a youngster, so plenty of time left for all sorts of mischieviousness.
    Lets hope so....

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    Here's my mistress

    Coolest part of my day to day. Nothing takes my worries away like listening to tunes riding around.



    I always loved bikes, Since I can remember I wanted to be on two wheels.

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    Have to say, that is one nice looking bike there Dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulseeker View Post
    Have to say, that is one nice looking bike there Dude.
    And it's purple! lol Thats what my mom said lol

    Thanks, she's in good shape for a 93, hard to keep up with her but she's worth it lol

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    I love bikes..,had a cruiser myself till it got stolen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longhorn63 View Post
    I love bikes..,had a cruiser myself till it got stolen
    That stuff enrages me...

    Believe it or not, my friend got his bike jacked from the Gym, we when in and he had to leave early for work so he was there for literally 20 minutes in a public gym in a public lot and his was gone.

    I guess i see why they do it but just go buy one for god sakes lol

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    ...in Georgia, before they made bikes have insurance but after they made cars have it, I rode several bikes, from a Yamaha 250 enduro to a Honda 750..

    I decided to get a Harley and was saving up for it when a friend needed money for a divorce so I relucently bought his Goldwing...I figured it would wear out and then I'd get my harley..

    That Wing is thirty years old now and I ride the heck out of it...I still figure it will wear out soon and I'll get that harley...I wouldn't want another Wing, they last too long....

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