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post #1 of 80 Old 09-12-2014, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Motorcycles anyone?

I searched the forum and didn't find a motorcycle thread..... so I will start one. I have had a few and still have a few.

My track bike 06 R6 with a lot of goodies.


My wife's 06 R6 with a bunch of goodies (her's clearly looks nicer)


Spare track bike and wife's old R1


My screw around toy. The Honda GROM



At Virginia International Raceway


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nice bikes

I stopped riding when my first was born all sport bikes like Hurricane 1000 etc

then when He turned 20 I grabbed a dual sport i have riddin it a handful of times on the street and almost bit hit every time (know enough to anticipate and avoid them )
times have changed with all the overly distracted drivers
i will keep mine for the dirt side of the dual sport LOL

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My wife and I ride a 2005 Honda Gold Wing and pull a trailer to haul our gear and her wheelchair. These photos are from a Monument Vally/Grand Canyon trip we took in 2012.





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Offroadmaniac that's awesome. Looks like you guys had a lot of fun.


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nice bikes

I stopped riding when my first was born all sport bikes like Hurricane 1000 etc

then when He turned 20 I grabbed a dual sport i have riddin it a handful of times on the street and almost bit hit every time (know enough to anticipate and avoid them )
times have changed with all the overly distracted drivers
i will keep mine for the dirt side of the dual sport LOL
ZMANN I don't blame you. That is part of the reason I stopped riding the street. I was tired of almost being killed daily. Plus riding the track is a million times more fun.

I plan on getting a dual sport next year to play around with. They are a lot of fun to ride.
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Here's mine a 2005 Ultra classic with the newly added windshield
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Here's mine a 2005 Ultra classic with the newly added windshield
Nice looking bike Chipw.


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fiances sportster, 2008 springer softail, 81 wide glide, 2004 sportster hard tailed, and 2008 1125R buell. no longer have the buell traded it fora polaris RZR
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I've got an 07 CBR600RR. I only got to do one track day this year and I barely rode the street at all.

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My '08 KLR650


And my '06 Ninja 650R


I haven't done much with either this year, but both are right around 25,000 and I bought them new.
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