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scootertrash369
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Posted on Sat, Jun 03, 2006 06:13

i read all your comments, you're a real cocksucker aren't you?


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scootertrash369
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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 20:45

i've never had problems with my trans, my paint is beautiful, i get 45 mpg, if i wanted to co hauling ass around corners id ride my 67 triumph, it has tons more class than any jap pos ever made... eres una verga de chivo!


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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 16:45

I agree with you 100%. Give me my VTX1800 Honda any day of the week. I've been riding for 30 years and owned a little bit of everything. I like riding, not watching my bike get worked on.


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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 14:57

Love my Harley! Would'nt have it any other way!


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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 10:15

At first glance, I felt that this blog shouldn't even be qualified due to how small minded it is, but someone had to speak out. I've ridden a lot of different bikes over the years and finally decided that "there's a bike for every butt", including mine. Maybe several for some of us who deeply appreciate two wheeled machines. I don't think there is a wrong bike, just a wrong application. I love my Harley and look forward to every moment when I ride her. I have other bikes. One is a old BMW commuter bike (85k miles) that serves one purpose only and I just sold a 1000cc Japanese sport bike. Basically it makes no sense to be able to go that fast on the street so I let it go. I've been on the track which is what they were designed for and know where my balls end and my sense begins. Overall, I understand where most riders and bikers are coming from and can float in and out of most bike conversations. But, as an American living in the USA, buying a Harley-Davidson and being able to ride free within the law (on some days) is a milestone that only a few understand. While I am on the subject, the whole caste system of who not to wave to is stupid. Wave or don't wave, I really don't give a damn, but take a moment and realize we all have a freaking "choice" to ride, no matter what we ride. In Japan, you can't licence a bike if you can't pick it up so think about our freedoms before you disrespect someones choice of bikes. Celebrate, don't segregate. Help new riders find the ride bike for their butt based on what inspires them to ride. If it speaks to a person, then the ride may last a lifetime. Still nothing like a Harley.


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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 07:01

sounds like to me you are jealous that you cannot afford one.


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