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Old 04-22-2011, 10:29 PM   #37
Viking44
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Location: Formerly Minnesota, now the Vegas desert
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Originally Posted by xlcc View Post
matchanu;I have to agree with you,sportsters are easy to work on and parts are available just about anywhere.You get out of it what you put in it.There are lots of neat bikes out there,be honest with yourself,decide what kind of riding you are going to do.these sporties are alotta fun on gravell and most of the guys i've ridden with on pavement fall back when pushed hard even though their tires are better suited than mine.
Plus you can get your hands on a used Sporty for next to nothing these days. For a song and a dance anyone can have a Scrambler/Flattracker Sporty. If I wasn't 6'6" I'd definitely have a Flattrack style Sporty in the garage.
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