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post #81 of 89 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 11:26 AM
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Don't hate the Sportsters, just the people who ride them thinking that they're equal to big twins.
When, in truth, they are superior in many ways.
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When, in truth, they are superior in many ways.
This is truth.

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post #83 of 89 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 06:27 PM
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Have had a Low Rider, Wide Glide, ElectraGlide, Road King, a Buell and 3 Sportsters over the years. They've all been great in their own way. My current Roadster is a really fun bike.
baggers are bodacious!
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I wouldn't know, never had a bike with a windah..

But Im thinking I should try one... Just a little windah so it wont come as such a big shock when I try it.


But what I'm really interested in is the jams and something that I can carry some stuff.
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I wouldn't know, never had a bike with a windah..

But Im thinking I should try one... Just a little windah so it wont come as such a big shock when I try it.


But what I'm really interested in is the jams and something that I can carry some stuff.
yep, i feel your concern. that night train is one going machine and prettiest paint i've ever seen on a harley. i still miss my rk classic. it will always be the best looking ride i ever had. but creature comfort and touring equipment will become more important the older you get.
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yep, i feel your concern. that night train is one going machine and prettiest paint i've ever seen on a harley. i still miss my rk classic. it will always be the best looking ride i ever had. but creature comfort and touring equipment will become more important the older you get.
Have the best of both worlds ... Add a Stratolounger to the stable.

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I wouldn't know, never had a bike with a windah..


I've been having a windshield for quite a few years now on any bike I own. It's harder to hold on at 70-80 mph than it used to be.

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post #88 of 89 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 10:35 AM
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I've been having a windshield for quite a few years now on any bike I own. It's harder to hold on at 70-80 mph than it used to be.

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