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How many Motorcycles do you own?

One
23 (36.5%)
Two
24 (38.1%)
Three
11 (17.5%)
Four
2 (3.2%)
Five or more
3 (4.8%)

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September 14, 2016, 01:51:33 PM
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r_k_dragon

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Still just the one, but I have tickets for a new sporty come this weekend!  Fingers crossed!
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September 16, 2016, 08:56:56 AM
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NoSuperSlabs

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I need to seriously work on adding a bike to my inventory of one.
Two Lane Highway

November 15, 2016, 12:52:15 PM
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captmorey


One for each residence: 2014 RoadKing for FL 2011 Heritage Softail for IL


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December 07, 2016, 12:17:18 PM
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TD

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Got the Sportie and just got hold of 02 Triumph RS 995 for very little money. ;)

TD 8)
Well I'm still a two bike concern as the Trumpet has gone to one of the guys in the club (same money as I paid for it), and I've replaced it with the Heritage.

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December 08, 2016, 08:01:29 AM
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NoSuperSlabs

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Well I'm still a two bike concern as the Trumpet has gone to one of the guys in the club (same money as I paid for it), and I've replaced it with the Heritage.

TD 8)
How is the Heritage doing?
Two Lane Highway

December 09, 2016, 10:07:28 AM
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TD

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I'm in need of a starter relay for the sportie, so I'm using the Heritage as the run about to work etc..
To be honest, it's totally different from anything that I've ever had before, so basically, I'm learning to ride her.
It's like riding an arm chair, so I'm steering her into bends as opposed to leaning. The smaller front wheel is something that is very strange because I'm used to just rolling bikes over and turning on the power. I'm sure that the beach bars are not helping with this as I've ridden with some form of "sit up and beg" for too many years. They will have to go, but it will mean new cables etc... as well. I'm not in a position right now to spend the extra.
Over here, there are lots of small roads with lots of twists and turns, rather than highways, not forgetting that great British invention, the roundabout! I've only seen one in the States, so I'm guessing not to many of you have much experience with them.
I'm really impressed with how smooth the power delivery is, never having a belt driven bike, closest being the shaft on an XS11.
But I shall persevere and will crack it. I've waited too long for a big twin!!

TD 8)
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December 09, 2016, 02:07:08 PM
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NoSuperSlabs

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I'm in need of a starter relay for the sportie, so I'm using the Heritage as the run about to work etc..
To be honest, it's totally different from anything that I've ever had before, so basically, I'm learning to ride her.
It's like riding an arm chair, so I'm steering her into bends as opposed to leaning. The smaller front wheel is something that is very strange because I'm used to just rolling bikes over and turning on the power. I'm sure that the beach bars are not helping with this as I've ridden with some form of "sit up and beg" for too many years. They will have to go, but it will mean new cables etc... as well. I'm not in a position right now to spend the extra.
Over here, there are lots of small roads with lots of twists and turns, rather than highways, not forgetting that great British invention, the roundabout! I've only seen one in the States, so I'm guessing not to many of you have much experience with them.
I'm really impressed with how smooth the power delivery is, never having a belt driven bike, closest being the shaft on an XS11.
But I shall persevere and will crack it. I've waited too long for a big twin!!

TD 8)
Hopefully a starter relay finds you soon. It sounds like you and the Heritage are getting on well. Congrats again!


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Two Lane Highway

December 20, 2016, 10:02:01 AM
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Capital Jack


one @ a time, I had 3 @ 1 time
Nuff said. Were burnin, daylight- Lets ride
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January 17, 2019, 03:23:24 PM
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‘85 FXRS, ‘02 KZ1000P, ‘04 XL1200C, ‘13 FLSTC


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