LADIES,...WHAT DO YOU RIDE? Biker wanna be Forward to friends

  • View author's info Author Posted on Mar 27, 2006 at 08:35 PM

    Been a HD passenger for the last 10 years. Well, the guy left and took his bike. Now I've got the "itch." Going to take classes this summer and hopefully purchase a bike at the end of the year or the first of next. The question do you decide what bike you can handle? So let me know what YOU ride. Thanks, Susan
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  • View author's info Posted on Nov 26, 2015 at 03:04 PM

    Hi ladies, well i started out at 8 yrs old riding a honda c70 on our local fields, then did moto x riding then after so many bikes and years later im now riding a 1983 gsx1100 a suzuki dr650, a 1986 honda gl1000,a honda gl 1500se kawasaki zzr1100 and a kawasaki VN1500 vulcan....

    cant get enough on the look out for ny next toy now so i have one bike for each day i ride.

    Bulgaria is a great place maybe a little Balkan 250 or a 650 ural


  • View author's info Posted on Mar 23, 2015 at 07:19 AM

    I started with a Honda 50 some 50 years ago. I traded it in for a Honda 305 the following year. 30 years ago I moved to a Harley FLH. Had to sell it when money got tight and didn't get back into it until last year. I bought another Honda 50, then a Honda 750, and a month later I sold the 750 and bought a Harley FXD

  • View author's info Posted on Feb 10, 2013 at 11:16 AM

    Nice looking bike!
  • View author's info Posted on Feb 06, 2013 at 04:02 AM

    I've been a Honda girl from day one.  My first bike was a 1986 Honda Rebel, 250cc.  I put over 35,000 miles a year on that little bike, and rode 12 months/year on the east coast, in rain, snow, name it! I jumped from the 250 to a Suzuki GS1000 that I traded for the summer with a guy I was dating in Philly.
    My second bike was a 450 Rebel, on which I put 50,000+ a year when I moved out here to CA.  I rode that baby everywhere, from Long Beach to Santa Barbara, did the Love Ride several times, hit Cook's Corner pretty often, and Mother's in Seal Beach...the usual SoCal hangs.
    Once I got my first dog and started surfing, I didn't ride for a few years, but then was given a beautiful Honda Shadow 600VLX.  I put some miles on that baby, too, and only stopped riding after a work-related accident a few years ago, where I landed on my head at 50mph, after being launched 25 ft in the air.  whoops.  Because of my neck injury, I only rode my bike short distances, and then ended up selling it to pay some bills.
    I'm in the market now for another bike;  looking for another Shadow, but this one will be an 1100 for sure!  The bike in the photo is my cherished VLX.

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  • View author's info Posted on Aug 15, 2010 at 02:24 PM

    My ex left after he abbused me for 3 years after I broke my back at work and had to have 2 surgerys. I was the one who wanted us to get a bike and after he got it he made me go to work to pay for it while he was out riding... I really resented the bike and even hated riding with him. But after I broke my back and he moved out I started to think I really would love to ride my own. I went to the dealer and bought a 1200 sportster low and I loved my little bike. I put 500 miles on that bike in 3 weeks and while riding to the dealer to buy chaps I thiught to myself "this bike beats the hell out of my back" I was wondering if the dealer would trade my sportster for something more comfortable. When I got there they were more than happy to have me up grade my bike to the most beautiful bike on the showroom floor a 2009 Street Glide it was the same color as the sportster and it had everything i needed bags to carry all my stuff a sound system and it was comfy to boot I did have so modifications to make it low enough to put my feet on the ground but now after 15 months and 13000 Ican ride with the "Big Dogs" and keep up.

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  • View author's info Posted on May 23, 2010 at 09:12 AM

    I have an '08 Harley Softail it, wouldn't trade it for the world. I started with a 1200cc Softail, traded it for a Dyna Street Bob, and now I have my life bike - the Deluxe.

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  • View author's info Posted on Apr 23, 2010 at 02:21 AM

    Great info...thanks yall. I'm takimg my riders course in June, then deciding on a bike. I didn't grow up riding dirt bikes or's all new to me to be in the driver'seat. But I am so excited!
  • View author's info Posted on Apr 22, 2010 at 11:44 AM

    I think it is important to know what/where you are gonna ride.

    I ride mostly hiways, so I knew I needed something bigger. My 'friends' told me to stay under 500cc but I went with a 82 Honda Magna v 45 750cc LOVED HER!

    I now ride a BMW and a good friend bought my old bike...
    Let me share her story...
    she kept dropping her husband's big cruiser.... I encouraged her to 'sit' on my bike.... the first words out of her mouth...I can RIDE THIS!!!
    It was priceless!

    And she is now a happy, more experienced rider!

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  • View author's info Posted on Mar 14, 2010 at 04:14 PM

    Hello all you lady riders,

    my first bike was 1200 XL custom sportster, only put 3000 miles on that which I love and just bought my 2009 softail dulex  love love love it, now i just need a man to go with it.  not to sure what men are looking for these days out there on the road.  Do all  men really need that barbie doll???  Ride safe ladies....

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  • View author's info Posted on Mar 06, 2010 at 09:19 PM

    I've only got a season under my tires. I started with Sassy - she's an 82 honda magna 750. She's a lot like me...a little older, low mileage, not real pretty but she's got a lot of get up & go! We've become great friends.
    We just had our 1st ride of the season today. It almost felt warm (it hit the 40's in Michigan.)
    Everyone starts with something different. I was told not to go 500cc or less on a starter bike. Gotta go with what feels good and affordable

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  • View author's info Posted on Feb 26, 2010 at 06:32 AM

    My first (only) bike is a Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic and I think it's a great starter bike. My friend who has been rider longer than I've been alive tried to talk me into something with a larger cc saying that I will outgrow this in no time and will want more power sooner than later. Being that I had never ridden before (except for the class I took) had me convinced this was a good starter size. I still love it to pieces. When I get more experience I may upsize, but it's all good for now.

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  • View author's info Posted on Jan 09, 2010 at 11:34 PM

    Very informative. I am a motorcyle virgin as LeatherLilly puts it. I just received my license last year and looking to buy this sping. I want to buy a HD one day but can't afford one right now. I was looking into a used 05 yamaha Vstar 650 for now do yall think this is a good starter bike?
  • View author's info Posted on Jul 14, 2009 at 10:08 PM

    Hello..I just bought a Honda Rebel 250,as I just started riding...I find the Rebel to be very comfortable and easy to handle for myself as I"m only 5ft tall.I did take a riding course in Kelowna with the safety council and highly suggest that new riders take it..

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  • View author's info Posted on Jul 06, 2009 at 10:47 AM

    i own a 2009 1200 sporster nightster
  • View author's info Posted on Apr 22, 2009 at 01:50 PM

    I started on 87 Honda rebel 450 is was a great learning bike, but I outgrew it in one season. I moved up to a 95 Suzuki intruder 800
  • View author's info Posted on Apr 12, 2009 at 07:43 PM

    I am a BMW girl all the way. Have a K1200GT. What a bike! My first was a 650, but I outgrew it in 4 months, glad i learned on something small before gratuating to my big boy. Only bad thinkg about BMW for me is the closest dealer is 125 miles and generally eats-up 1-2 days of time during peak riding times. I have learn to do a lot of the work on my bike myself.
  • View author's info Posted on Apr 06, 2009 at 09:47 PM

    I bought a Dyna Lowrider for my first bike. It was a great ride. I ended up putting on alot of miles taking road trips and even though I customized it to fit me I wanted something more comfortable for the long haul so I traded it in finally last September for a Deluxe. It's very comfortable on road trips and even though it's a bigger bike it's easy to handle. When choosing a bike take into consideration how much and what kind of riding you'll be town as opposed to road trips. Good luck and happy riding!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2009 at 08:20 AM

    Hey ..fairly new to the Site never posted ..anyways I was reading this post and loved the comments by "FLSTFgal" I so agree with everything said "dont let anyone push you" ..I am a Newbie ..I bought my Harley 2009 Dyna last summer had it delivered Aug/08 ...took me over a month just to get the courage to ride it and that only came when a buddy of mine came over and took my Bike out to the Parking Lot and got me up and ridin her ..I took the M2 course and i highly recommend that to any new rider ..I evenually got out of the P-LOTS and rode on secondary Rds with my Buddy and got the riding bug and started riding by myself short distences ..I just love my Bike and the feeling it gives me such Freedom ..My Bike is in Storage for the Winter and I am counting the days to riding season to begin and put in the ridin time to gain that experince i need to feel comfortable ..And i joined a Bike Club to meet other Riders ..When i made the descion to buy my Bike i researched it and visited 5-6 dealerships sat on afew different Bikes and when i sat on the Dyna i just knew it was the Bike for me ..I'm short 5'3 but my feet touched the ground and i felt comfortable on it ..never felt like i made the wrong choice ever..the Bike is only as powerful as I need it to be ..So "just do it" Buy it and you will never Look Back ..And the Biker Men are awsome and mostly Hot ...thats the Bonus !!
  • View author's info Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 05:05 PM

    That's RIGHT! GO girl!
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