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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by sfarson, Nov 13, 2004.
Thats my fatboy. Nice place ya got here...
My main seat is a Mustang that is very comfortable but bulky. The Badlander is firmer but pretty decent. It works a little better for the shorter w/s as it is lower. I haven't taken a real long ride on it yet. I got it pretty cheap from surdyke.com...
Just got her yesterday! I've been into Harley my whole life, and finally got one of my own. It's a 2004 XL1200C. Has the Screamin' Chicken Stage I kit and some different bars and grips. Otherwise she's all stock. I got about 65 miles in yesterday without ever going more than 20 miles from the house, haha. Got a ride around the lake and all over the place. It was raining cats and dogs when I got 'er, and had to trailer it home. Almost made me sick to see it on the trailer getting coated with roadspray from my van...That's why she's so dirty in the pic with me on it. Oh, and don't worry, I wear a ff helmet and a riding jacket when I ride. I was just posin' here. Enough talk, more pics.
Congrats man... they are truly fine scooters. Enjoy your butt off.
Not the most picturesque setting, but I still consider this one my rolling artwork
Thank you! I plan on it. I'm quite satisfied with my decision to get the HD. See ya on the road
Originally Posted by XPADREX
The Hammer is okay... ...but that tail section looks Corbin-cheesy.
The main issue I have with Victory, or any bike (like most metric cruisers) that comes from the factory heavily stylized, is that it looks like one size fits all.
People have decried the "hardware-store" design of HDs, but that made true customs- well, custom.
That hammer has potential- but lose the ass end.
In 2000 and 2001 Victory made what I think is the nicest cruiser around, the V92SC. That is what I ride
hmmm...mids & a decent handlebar bend. I like it.
Too bad Victory doesn't sell that model anymore.
This is my 1228 sportster with JET heads, 10.5 to 1, inverted ceriani/gbc forks and a bunch of other goodies.
Have ridden her from coast to coast......Austin TX to Tuscon AZ in one day....
A Jockey Shift Kick only rigid....in the mud in the Texas Hill COuntry
I may have posted this once before...if I did then sorry/oops.
Nice! The wife has the hots for a nightster, but the trade in on her 883L (with <1000 miles in a year) would involve a pail of KY jelly and a spatula.
I've had this Sportster for over 15 years now.
This pic is from Hwy 28, just around the corner from Deal's Gap.
Penny after many miles on her Sportster somewhere on the praries, enough is enough I beleive is what she said just before finding comfort on the concrete.
'sup Ralph? Good to see ya over here.
Here it is a couple of summers ago. I've got to take some new pics since I've rhino-lined it!
Here's one of my bikes from a couple years ago. Not too bad of a ride, just don't hit any bumps. It's a custom built S&S 103CI @ 105hp and 110 tq. It's shredded that belt drive clutch twice in 3 years. Fun to drag race the 600cc rice rockets with.