Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by Stubble, Mar 22, 2007.
the V Star is a great bike, going strait....but it is a pig in corners
2005 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic Silverado
Here it is! I've put 2500 miles on it since early May.
Here she is when I bought her
Here she is during mods
And here she is after
A bit dusty but she was getting rode everyday
No crotch rocket here... my '72BMW runs as sweet as the day she was new and has been all the bike I've ever needed.
Now, if they only had an air conditioner accessory for use in AZ in the summer...
Reviving an old thread.
My bikes may be ugly, but they take me places not much else will.
My 2000 Kawasaki KLX300 plated of course.
and my 2000 Kawasaki KLR650.
With homemade chains in the snow.
Ah, forgot to update my ride!
2009 Buell 1125R
Since Buell is now defunct, I figured it was now or never if I wanted to own one.
...and yes, it's fast.
96 Kawi ZX6R, modded up Race only...unfortunately I was supposed to ship to Bootcamp so I sold her for cheap to get it gone quick..I got delayed for shipment a couple days before I was supposed too and now I am lonely without a bike..oh well 06-09 Yamaha R6 In sights now!
Since last year a BMW R 100 GS Paris/Dakar, built in 1990, with 73.000km.
I love the vibrations from this great Flat-Twin...
Nice, I was very close to getting one meself, but me local dealer wasn't playing the fire sale game...So, I passed.
05 Duc ST3
Very very cool bike. I'ld love to have one.
No pictures to post??
I'm a dual sport kinda guy.
It's a real shame that it took those fire sale prices to get so many (myself included) off our arses to buy one. They're great motorcycles (if a bit quirky) and I believe that quirkyness is what hurt their profitability and made Harley decide to cut them.
here are some pics...
Thats a beautiful bike Tom. I love the Red and White ones.
How did I miss this thread?? Right now I have a 2002 Suzuki Bandit 1200, the wife has a Kawasaki Vulcan 750 and I also have a little chinese scooter that I'm trying to get running.
I had a motorbike(it was more like a moped) back around 1968. It was a one cylinder two stroke model, and it was built cheap . The engine was 63.86 cc. It was called a 65 cc model. I bought it from a Harley Davidson store, and it was called an 'Americi'. It was made in Italy. It got vandalized, and I had bad luck with it. I gave it to my cousin after I rode it for 7000 miles. It will take a search to even find it on the world wide web, but 'Americi' can be found.
Nice.. Reminds me of a bike I know very well
The Italian bikes that Harley sold were "Aeromachi". I had a 350cc model when I was stationed in Naples. Worked just fine.
They were actually pretty good bikes. Aeromachi won the 250cc and 350cc world titles back in the 60's.
2007 Harley Road Glide
It's probably the kid in me, but I've longed for one for years now--a nice, clean hayabusa.
I'll have to wait until i'm moved out, making my own money, and have a spot to put it (get my own place) my mom can't see. She's threatened to kill me if I get one so that it doesn't become my death.
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