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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by sfarson, Nov 13, 2004.
I love the Cross Bones, and that one is in the best color.
Hello all, Just found this thread the other day and it took me a few mornings to browse through it. Some really nice looking bikes in here. Thanks for sharing... Here's a shot of my 2002 XL1200C. Purchased it last year in Oct. but didn't really start putting any miles on it until February 2012.
I've put 4741.1 miles on 'er so far and fall more & more in love with it each and every day...
I'll check in to this thread with my ol' shovel:
Here's my 07 FXDC just after I fitted forward controls...
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Looks like we're on a black bike trend this page?
Good looking softail, But I want that Buick!!!!
Great pair! Love ol' school Kool!!!
How bout a propper hard ridden beater
Damn good looking bike
its an old pic and a work in progress. all motor with a little on the outside
The pegs will scrape if you lean it over a little. The lean angle is typically better on Dynas and Sportsters.
An my sporty
Guilty....the DR650 and Vstar 950 haven't hardly moved since this stray showed up in my driveay.
I love that paint scheme on your softail...and with the whitewalls....
A real beauty!!
My wife has the twin to yours except she doesn't keep hers as clean as you
My Road King is gone after 62k miles, now I ride a Geezer Glide. My new to me 2011 Electra Glide Limited with 7k miles, I'm enjoying all the creature comforts and the 103 motor.
'13 Street Bob
I wish I had held off on the wide glide for a bass boat street bob with the 103.
That's a nice setup you got, is that the leather badlander or the vinyl, and how are you liking it?
Beautiful bike, If I had the coin that would be my long distance rig. There are a lot of haters on the forum but in my opinion you can not beat the newer Harley touring chassis for serious mile munching and reliability.