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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by wmax351, Apr 27, 2011.
What is 'large' these days?
Half the market is too fucking big for me to put up with.
Yep, have been serioulsy thinking about trading my Street Glide for one.
IMO large is 1000cc and up. Middle is in the 800cc range and 650's are on the lower mid-range.
If you want to make a trip out of it let me know. I am at Latus in Gladstone (Portland) Oregon. I could set up your new XR with higher gearing (that is what I am going to do to mine) like my friend did to his.
Part of me laments that manufacturers seem to be moving from 600/1000 platforms to 800/1200 platforms.
On the other hand, 800 was what I wanted in the first place...
25 years old and I still like the look.
I just hope you have a matching member's only jacket, diaz
You two can suck it.
Love those bricks.
BMW hit it out of the park with that one!
Barkeep! A round of Zima's for these fine fellows.
I like it
Me too. I know a guy with over 300,000 miles on his.
Was shopping for Honda 919's , Kawasaki ZRX's a couple years ago, ended up with a Bandit 1250s.
Was really wanting the 919 but none for sale near me at the time.
Standard looking, big motor.
Is this more like it?
How about a UNJM? The Uly is a nice bike.
Everyone keeps bringing up the Gladius and the ER-6N... it makes me want to cry. Those are the two UGLIEST bikes ever to disgrace our planet. Please leave them out of the discussion!
UJMs are the only street bikes I've ever owned, I've had 7 so far, and they were all originals.
I just love the style, simplicity, and comfortable riding position.
My current "standard".
I'll second that motion! I was planning to buy a naked standard, but wound up with a damned Ninja instead just because all the cheap naked bikes - in other words, the ones I could afford - were so fugly they gave me the barfs. I tried to like the ER6N. I really did. Tried to like the Gladius too, even with the stupid name. But I just couldn't bring myself to buy a bike I'd be able to ride only if my stomach was empty. Bleeech!