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g-bear 05-22-2005 03:14 AM

Re: Buying a Motorcycle, Part I
 
You bought 50 and sold 300? Where did you steal the 250?!?!?!?!

alexr 06-07-2005 11:28 PM

Re: Buying a Motorcycle, Part I
 
thank you heaps - i'm in the process of getting two wheeled. in australia. i'm hanging out for the next instalment. i'm thinking of a suziki xf650 anyone have any thoughts to aid a learner

bboule 06-10-2005 04:37 AM

Re: Buying a Motorcycle for the Compulsive or Impulsive- Part I
 
I saw a totally mint restored Whizzer last year at a bike night...



It was off in a corner being ignored by all the people drooling over the stupid bling bling sportbikes/cruisers, really sad.



Very cool. Not quite as cool as it would be to see someone ride down the street on a very early Harley (Silent Gray fellow?) but still pretty neat.

Gabe 06-12-2005 08:37 AM

Ha!
 
I've been working as a motorcycle salesman for almost four years. My total is probably closer to 400 by now.

Dangerousdave_2 06-22-2005 10:59 AM

Re: Buying a Motorcycle for the Compulsive or Impulsive- Part I
 
As a guy with 40 yrs experience (currently on a VFR) I kinda wish I had started off with maybe some sort of street legal dirt bike. You can do all kinds of sliding around and learn how many ways there are to violate basic laws of physics, and still land on something realitively soft. Most importantly, they're sorta made to be dropped.

mhosch 10-17-2005 08:35 PM

Re: Buying a Motorcycle, Part I
 
Just wanted to say, excellent article, well written with sarcastic humor. Have to love that. I'm glad I spent my precious 12 dollars.


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