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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by fivehitsweak, Jun 3, 2010.
I finally got my dream bike, but I still have a retarded craving for a fat-tired Yamaha TW200 :huh
If BMW is bringing that 2013 blue R1200R to Canada, I'm ordering one. It's just the "right" colour for that bike. I know the red is a little faster, and the white can hide in snow banks, the black costs more......but, I'ver heard rumours that the blue one can swim?
Nothing retarded about that. It's slow, it's funny looking, goes anywhere and is a lot of fun.
I got a new '88 Tdub when I was 14 and still had it when I got married (until someone stole it). Now I think about getting another one. They are fairly cheap if you shop around.
Well, if I could part with the Daytona and the Buell, I'd go with an F800R. Red/silver.
Right now this would be it:
I think I will start looking for one of these. A standard bike with shaft drive, simple engine but still sporting enough to keep me entertained. I guess I just ain't old enough at 36 for a cruiser.
....and yes it IS the 2 valve 1100 I want.
If I were bringing home a Guzzi, it'd almost have to be the Griso. Preferably the flat metalllic green with the brown saddle. Sorry, I can't figure how to link photos from an iPad...
That would be the absolutely stunning Griso SE
No effing doubt. Breathtaking in person.
The past few days I have been thinking about an early (2001-2005ish) Yamaha FZ1 to upgrade to from my current ex500. Due to the age difference between the two, I could practically trade. Sell my ex for around 3K, take the money to an FZ1 owner. I don't know, just started thinking out loud here...
I love the Grisso!! I fell in love with a 2013 Victory Judge at the dealer. My 09 R1200 R riding position is wearing on me...Time will tell
Heres what I'm talking about. light powerful nimble. Very neutral riding position.... Me Like
LIght powerful nimble? I've got my doubts
Light, powerful and nimble? What do you consider a heavy bike? :huh
i was bored so i googled-671 pounds -heavy as fuck but 97 hp and 113 foot pounds so not so bad, kind of cool looking for a cruiser
Far from light...
Far from nimble...
Not bad on power...
But I agree with the looks. It looks better than the competitors in it's class.
But I'd rather have the Guzzi above (even though I'd look like a gorilla on a moped-6'5", 250lbs).
I kinda want a 250 to flog around town.