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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Rider, Jun 29, 2012.
How about a break from the bickering for a picture of my bike?
I also custom fabricated a rear rack.
"SPORT TOURER" can just as easily used to describe a type of rider as it can be used to describe a bike. In fact, I'd make the argument based on this thread alone that you can apply the term to a type of rider much more easily than you can a class of bike.
Did you miss the link to the popular mechanics article where they lumped a Harley road glide in to the comparison? I wouldn't have gone that far if I were writing the article, but it does a great job of supporting exactly what I keep saying. The parameters of a sport touring motorcycle are not well defined, which is exactly the issue I brought up and was trying to convey when Maggot spewed the stream of hatred about another inmate's motorcycle posted in this thread. If the term isn't well defined, its certainly not because the industry left it up to him to define it.
why don't you go back and read my last post
instead of rewriting with too many words
a picture= 1000 words
a few words does not equal piles of words
read with understanding
ps. I agree with you.
Please, would someone just write a witty Haiku and we'll put this thing to bed?
Why would we do that?
It's fun to debate and fight
Bikers are that way
EmptiMind, I like that bike!
Yeah, we're all regular keyboard thugs.
Oh, it's picture time?
Thanks, I certainly like it. I can keep up in the twisties without ruining too many pegs, and still get 50+ MPG. Bill Mayer Saddle coming soon, and Iron Butt rides soon after.
Crap...i need better photos with the big D.
can you teach me how pls
today somewhere here
a sportsbike tours the country
he is sport touring
(damn, I hated Haiku in school!)