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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by squallywally, Nov 5, 2009.
Attached is Harley Ad from August 1974 Hot Rod Magazine.
I hope this post is in the right place!
Can you imagine bands of 20-30 pirates on the TAT.
It's actually too bad they didn't keep a line in that direction.
lol.. its funny that you call them pirates. I call them butt pirates.
Adventure touring in this country started long before motorcycles were ever invented.
They were pioneers back then - I mean they were called Pioneers.
They did for me. The first real motorcycle I ever rode was my neighbors brand new Rapido 125. God I loved that bike even though it got me in a world of shit with my dad. I went out and spent my paper route money on a new Kawasaki KE125. And he was PISSED. But I haven't owned anything but "enduro" bikes since 1976 thanks to that Harley-Davidson.
I'm sure you don't use that term to their face,though. Only from the safety of your basement.
Yeah cuz those pirates are skeery.
I think the Conestoga wagon was the first adventurer tourer in the US.
Actually, I am pretty skeered of dentists. Not to mention lawyers.
thats one tiny tent
McDonald's had not yet invented the double quarter-pounder with cheese and super size fries.....
I do. I also tease them when they have a meeting with 20+ people and there are only two bikes in the parking lot (due to rain).
I say: Well you all have on your Pirate costumes but how the hell did you all fit on two bikes.
People who dress like pirates do not mind being told they dress like pirates.
It looks to me like an Aermacchi.
Can you imagine in this age of farkles and 100 hp BMW station wagonstroms if someone made a new 175 dual sport for the American market?
As a matter of trivia, was that a 175 dirt bike with a tag and indicators?
That's a very cool ad. Thanks for posting it.
I need a portable DVD player
OMG! The guy in the ad wears a polo shirt! It can't be happening!
saw that episode for the first time the other day. one of their best.
indeed. My 650 is considered an underpowered lightweight these days....
HD pioneered alot of things for motorcycling across America. They have since forsaken all those things in favor of the v-twin cruiser. shame really.