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    Another new bike.

    We call it the Geezer Glide.
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    Very nice, great looking cycle, congrats!

    Now that's what I call a great recovery ride.

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    I'd like to see you pick that puppy up and hang it up from a hook in the garage ceiling.
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    A conclusion is the place where you got tired of thinking. - S. Wright
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    I've always thought that HD had an absolutely magical marketing scheme.

    Don't like them when they buzz me on rural roads with the deafening exhaust roar.

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    Safe to take the lane with that one I would guess.

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    Old, SLOW bike rider! ;)
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    SWEET!!!!!!!!!!! I love my bicycles but I REALLY MISS, riding a scoot! Keep the rubber side down, ENJOY!!
    Take care, RIDE SAFE, have FUN!
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    Senior Member Bikey Mikey's Avatar
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    I thought real bikers peddle....JK....nice machine

    +1 on the loud exhaust. Had one pass me by this morning...definitely knew it was approaching.

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    built in GPS? heart rate monitor too?
    cycling is like baseball ~ it doesn't take much to make it interesting

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    Lets see now,
    1. Flip the stem and slam it down
    2. No garage door in the picture.

    Otherwise that hog is one sweet looking scoot. Nice score.

    Bill
    "I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me" Philippians 4:13

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    Nice ride!
    BUT-cycle wheels, motor or bi, should have spokes. It's just more classic looking.

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    I was looking at Harley's last week with my son. They had a dresser there that listed for $37,400. I got home and hugged my Look. Great looking ride, have fun.
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    Where's the bottom bracket and crank?
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    Please leave the pipes stock. Nice bike. Have fun.

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    Senior Member Bikey Mikey's Avatar
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    Remember after your real first official ride on the bike, celebrate with pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbadwullf View Post
    Please leave the pipes stock. Nice bike. Have fun.
    Too late. It already has a Thunder Header on it.

    Nice ride. I'm still amazed at how easy these big machines ride and handle.

    fasthair

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    Like I always say...."and they say my dirt bike is loud". It's actually very quiet. Somehow a Harley is "supposed" to be loud and a dirt bike isn't. I find anything loud is annoying no matter what the general public finds "acceptable". Hope you have good ear protection and the people around you do too.

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    bigbadwulf: Actually the Thunder Header is pretty quite for a performance pipe. I can't stand straight pipes on any bike, not to mention the performance loose when a person runs them. The TH has a pretty nice low rumble that doesn't shriek like straight pipes do. Of course it's not as quite as stock mufflers but it far from loud.

    fasthair

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    Enjoy but be very careful. I've lost more friends riding those than bicycles.
    Ride your Ride!!

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