Actually the restaurant is next to the house all sited in what used to be the stable block , you could have a full meal with all the lashings or sammich and light snack meals .Great pics. But...., looks like it might be one hell of a walk to get a sammich from the kitchen. :|
Looking forward to seeing a few photos once its doneTechnically I didn't do it on or to my bike, but I ordered a color match tour pak. Sticking with Harley for the box but may source the mount and back rest from ebay as I can save nearly $200 between the two. Estimated 4-6 weeks for painting so I've got time to decide. I have some ebay items on my bike now and they're flawless; no chrome problems, all hardware lines up and works and the back rest pad is well done.
Total cost through boradtracker is about $1100. Lights, speakers and top rack not included.
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Rode 129 miles to fish at Sunset Park (which is only 10 miles from the shack). Ran into Mitch on his new Honda Gold Wing DCT at Red Rock and told him I miss his 1000 lb. Honda Rune. Some dude from Sweden bought his 70,000 mile Rune for like $17,000! Did not catch any fish BTW. Not sure I should post a Honda picture here but this is a Rune.[/QUO
Over here in the UK this bike is known as a Honda Valkyrie my neighbor owns one although it looks a little different than the one in your photo .
He has the colour scheme of red and cream ( very similar to the Softail I owned ) I have to admit it he's bike doesn't look ugly not sure on the age of it but he only rides it in summer and on a dry day only .
From both photos I would say towards the rear , the photo where you have the bag sited nearer the front it looks like the bag will get in the way of your legs or at least a passenger's legs making a future ride uncomfortable for the both of youTried to put in my new viking bags on 02 fxst. One side went on with no problem. The other side the docking plate and quick disconnect system were messed up. It sucks cause I work out of town and don't have time to pack up and send back. I heard a lot of people complaining on there customer service I hope they take care of me. I just don't know where the bag looks best towards the front or rear? Any suggestions?
The photos of you riding your bike in the snow are superb very atmospheric , don't think I would enjoy it but I have ridden in very hard frost and icy road conditions when I owned my Softail NostailgaFound out she wasn’t a snow mobile.
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I know the feeling Hours spent cleaning them aluminium wheels WHY OH WHY don't Harley lacquer them .It's not cold down here but work is killing my riding. Just to and from 26 miles a day I got home from work and my wife is in the house talking baby on the way with a young expectant mom we consider "the daughter we never had" so I spent 2 1/2 hours cleaning the front wheel with Muthers mag polish ( for about the 10th time) and I've learned a couple of things.
1. Buy a CVO or
2. Buy some dang Chromed wheels.
Still have the rear wheel to do now which is going to reinforce the lesson learned above ....OR
Buy extended bags, hide that damn rear wheel and get the whole thing ghost flamed!
:laughing If I had to wait till those 2 digit numbers that might be round JUNE time :wink heck I couldn't wait that longTriker, you said: " the weather was sunny and seasonally very warm temp was 18 degrees when normally it would be about 9 degrees".
I personally couldn't tell the difference between 18 and 9. :|
In any event, my bike ain't moving till the temp is a two digit number starting with a 5. :smile