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Author Topic: hard to ride  (Read 4010 times)


  • Grease Monkey
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  • Macomb, IL Flatlands Rule
Re: hard to ride
« Reply #15 on: December 25, 2007, 01:25:05 pm »
I agree with the good Professor.  The two lane black-tops are where the fun and satisfaction is for me.  I am on them all the time with my scooter and when the weather clears a bit I'm sure the 65 will get more than it's fair share of these roads.

I'm not looking for the 65 to be any faster than the scooter which will cruise at 65 with an Indian speedometer, just a smoother and more pleasant ride of a different kind. 

I find such riding to be good for the soul as well as for the body.  It clears my head and nourishes my spirit.

Oh, by the way,  it seems that most accidents still happen within 20 miles of home.  So you better move away from there fast.

« Last Edit: December 25, 2007, 01:28:23 pm by fredgold52 »
2006 '65' and a 200cc Stella, Indian all the way

David R

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  • Bullet 65, BMW R75/5 Suzuki DR650
Re: hard to ride
« Reply #16 on: December 25, 2007, 03:25:15 pm »
 ;)If you find you are having problems try using one of these!

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