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I have wanted a Harley for a long time but I wanted one I could wrench myself. No computer fuel injected stuff. After years of trying, I finally convinced my wife to let me get one. I found a 58 panhead that had sat for years. I rebuilt it to ride. I wanted a rideable bike. It has primary belt, 12 volt alternator. electric start. Signals, Leds lights. It rides great. Diehard Pan guys critized the changes I made but it is my bike. I have done everything myself except paint.
I want to insure my bike with you with all my cars but you don't do that in Canada
1964 Bridgestone Surfrider 7 or bs7d this is a deluxe model that has 3k miles and is 12 volt with ele. start and winkers what they called turn signals it has won many awards at bike shows and people flip out when they see it and its one rare bird or surf bird for sure..from ron l. in ft.myers fl.
This is my 69 Kawasaki H1 500. I bought it new when I was just 16 years old. Finally restored it in 2015-2016. Won Best in Class at Ironstone Concours d'Elegance in2016. Wayne Carini was there and he said "I love your motorcycle!"
I purchased my Red Smoke Metallic 1978 BMW R100S on October 7, 1978....42 years ago! The June 1978 edition of Cycle Magazine had a feature article about the "big twin" from Germany, and I was instantly hooked.
This is a 100% original bike (not restored) and has 24K miles on the clock.
I still enjoy riding the many scenic roads in N. California, especially along the coast.
My bike is a 2017 Honda NC700XD. I downsized from my Honda ST1300 and have never looked back. This bike has Honda's DCT (dual clutch transmission), that I absolutely fell in love with. If you try it, you will never want to go back to a standard clutch again! Very flickable and loads of fun!
I bought this 1982 GL 1100 with sidecar in October, 1992, a few months before my daughter was born. I had the idea to take her school 5 years later in the s/c, walking in with her own helmet...coolest kid in school. It never happened; my wife never agreed with my plan. But I kept the bike anyway.
I did sell it once, and then bought it back a few years later. I have since taken each of my kids on long rides, weekends away from home. I consider it my 'family bike', along side my 'sport bike', as in family car and sports car. .... Philly, PA
Love the seat although for me the footpegs would be too far forward with those handlebars. Disc a great addition. In 1972 I bought a new Commando SS because I liked the looks of the smaller tank than the Roadster. I swapped the dumb off-road high front fender for a low Dunstall one, and the high exhaust pipe on each side went away for some stock low pipes. Great machine, smoother than most other engines when rpm got up to where the Isolastic engine mounts worked. Of course in 1972 the shifter was on the proper side - the right.