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|02-16-2013, 11:42 AM||#61|
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: Florida panhandle
I like most of them and trade about every two years just for the fun of it. There is only one bike that I would not buy and its any thing HD.
|02-16-2013, 07:34 PM||#62|
just running amuck
Joined: May 2004
Added it up, I'm not really a brand snob, but over the years and over 300,000 miles its been a string of BMWs. Now have an old Ural and am totaly hooked
Every life needs 9 cats.
11R1200rt 96 Ural Tourist (red peril)
02 800 vulcan classic(wife's)gone but not forgotten
|02-17-2013, 04:04 AM||#63|
Joined: Jun 2012
KTM 250sx 2000
KTM 450sx 2003
Yamaha R6 2004
KTM SuperDukeR 2008
KTM 250sx 2003
KTM Adventure 950S 2005
What does that say about me?
|02-17-2013, 07:25 AM||#64|
Travels With Barley
Joined: Aug 2007
Location: North Central Vermont
In sheer numbers it's Honda for me. Also a string of Yamahas and a Triumph before I discovered the GS. (This is about street bikes so I'll leave out several MX and trials bikes in my younger years.) Since I learned in the dirt I've always been more comfortable and felt far safer on an upright bike. Cruisers and their sloth-riding position have zero appeal for me.
But my taste in bikes shifted as my riding style morphed into more of a long distance checking out the back roads thing. I have more miles on my BMWs than all the other brands I've owned combined.
I got a sidecar to travel with my dog. He never complains, is delighted to be with me, approves of my dietary choices, is a social butterfly who helps me meet folks, appreciates a good beer, snuggles better than my wife, and hangs on my every word as if it's the most profound thing he's ever heard. TravelsWithBarley.com
|02-17-2013, 09:55 AM||#65|
Joined: Nov 2001
Location: in The Cloud
For me, it's been BMW all the way except for a Viffer a few years back. Because I am tall and long legged, BMWs just plain fit my frame. That, plus the shop offered unlimited test rides on their Beemers made me a BMW customer for life.
R1200 GSA (My current ride)
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