1. wareagle5693's Avatar
    So are there any bikers here? I'm looking at getting me a Harley to start riding with my dad next year, anyone ridden a sportster before?

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    That is the bike I am looking at getting, sorry about just posting a link, I haven't figured out how to add pictures on my mac yet. So what do yall think about the Sportster?
    2008-07-14 03:40 AM
  2. Zeal's Avatar
    Wouldnt a.. Sport Bike be better and more.....

    *Sex Appeling* lol Like the Ninja!
    EDM
    2008-07-14 04:14 AM
  3. wareagle5693's Avatar
    Uhh, sure.. I personally would rather have a Harley, and eventually get me a Harley, I like the ninja's too but it would be kinda....... different 'specially since everyone I'm gonna be riding with is riding Harley's.. I might but who knows...
    2008-07-14 04:30 AM
  4. Kruejl's Avatar
    I ride, Sportsters are good bikes for a starter. Get the 1200 if you can, you will appreciate the additional power. I've ridden a lot of different bikes, from sport bikes to a custom Bourget (wasn't mine). Sold my Honda last year and haven't bought another one yet, but will be VERY soon.
    Apples taste good.
    2008-07-14 04:34 AM
  5. DoerrFan's Avatar
    Dad does, i go on every now and then.
    Kwajewski (sp?) Ninja, its like orange and black.
    2008-07-14 04:53 AM
  6. one1's Avatar
    Kwajewski (sp?) .
    not even remotely Ninja® 250R
    2008-07-14 04:55 AM
  7. Zeal's Avatar
    Dad does, i go on every now and then.
    Kwajewski (sp?) Ninja, its like orange and black.
    Ninja in Lime Green and Black...

    Thats teh Sex
    EDM
    2008-07-14 06:09 AM
  8. preston03's Avatar
    I have a Triumph Daytona 675 Triple
    Last edited by preston03; 2008-07-14 at 06:29 AM.
    2008-07-14 06:26 AM
  9. Aiyo's Avatar
    I have a NEXT Breakpoint pro. Aluminum series. Soft front and hard back tire. yeah man, i love to ride this baby. I can pedal supa fast and do wheelies

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    2008-07-14 07:14 PM
  10. doomi's Avatar
    I've had bikes since I was 16.
    Currently riding a Kawasaki ZX6R
    2008-07-15 01:36 AM
  11. pjw's Avatar
    So are there any bikers here? I'm looking at getting me a Harley to start riding with my dad next year, anyone ridden a sportster before?

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    That is the bike I am looking at getting, sorry about just posting a link, I haven't figured out how to add pictures on my mac yet. So what do yall think about the Sportster?
    I started out on a Sportster, I was warned against it as I was told I would out grow it fast and want to upgrade to a Big Twin. They were absolutely right. In less than a year I wanted to upgrade. So I did, I currently have a 2001 Fat Boy. I had to upgrade that to a 95" kit with high flow heads and a 260 Cam.
    Be careful They are addicting and expensive. H-D = hundreds of dollars.
    2008-07-15 03:24 AM
  12. brant8624's Avatar
    2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 all black. But if I was to get a harley it would have to be a V- ride.
    2008-07-15 03:30 AM
  13. preston03's Avatar
    2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 all black. But if I was to get a harley it would have to be a V- ride.
    drool!! I was between that and my triumph
    2008-07-15 08:52 PM
  14. Rosbaughcr's Avatar
    I picked up my motorcycle license a few months back, but I've been saving up for a Suzuki SV650. It's a naked standard. Not nearly as relaxed as a cruiser, but without the backbreaking riding posture of a sport bike. The Suzuki SV650S is the upgraded model with a sportier front end.
    2008-07-15 08:56 PM
  15. Absent-One's Avatar
    Rockets are fun and all, but Cruisers are the only way to go!

    But I am biased and this is why.
    Here is mine.


    Whatever it comes down to ride what you like, not what the guy next to you wants you to ride.

    4ever2Wheels!
    2008-07-15 09:05 PM
  16. causefx's Avatar
    Nice bikes..
    2008-07-17 10:18 PM
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