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  1. #121
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    That’s pretty cooling looking... not my style... but still very cool. And I don’t mind the light at all.
    http://s7.postimg.org/hjr8fcmaz/EM2.jpg

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  2. #122
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    Does anyone have any experience with the newer XSR700?

    https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/mo...true/xsr700jgy

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2585 View Post
    THIS has me drooling... would definitely customize it. However, I'm not a big fan of the front LED headlight. Probably would have just left that stock.





    That thing looks like it'd be a riot of a good time to ride!!
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  4. #124
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    We are finally getting some relief from triple digits! Might be a few days to ride the bike to work.
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  5. #125
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    Unplugged the trickle charger... fired the little lady up and rode her to work. The part that sucks... my ride is only 3.5 miles.

    Well.. and that it's near the freeway and so hard to turn to work and not turn and head to Tahoe....
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  6. #126
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    I think I need to see these highway pegs and see how you extend and retract them. Keeps the clean look of no pegs, yet you have them.

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  7. #127
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    Ummm... I, uh... errrrr.......

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  8. #128
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    A pre-'29 bike, 3,400 miles.... a Cannonball run? I'd LOVE to!!!!!!!
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  9. #129
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    Just outside my work the other night we lost a rider. It's a very precarious spot where people will go straight on a green light and flip a u-turn 100 yards further up rather then wait a few minutes for a red left turn to turn green. There is no sign saying no u-turn, but it's a battle that's been waged for quite awhile and just got another reason why it needs to be put up.

    From what it sounds like, this was partially the case. But, in this case, a large part was the rider's fault going approx 80 in a 35 zone. There is NO way you can stop or even expect to walk away from something like that at that speed. Best wishes to all involved and the families in their loss. And to the passengers in the truck that got hit who now have to live with the trauma of that memory.

    My point in this... riders CANNOT ride like jackasses. That's what get's us bad reputations and what get's us hurt and often times killed. Please, please, PLEASE! Anyone reading this, if you're riding... be safe, be cautious.. remember, always keep the shiny side up and the rubber on the ground!!
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  10. #130
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    A self riding bike? Watching the video I kept waiting for it to tip over!
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  11. #131
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    Hmmm.. so Harley makes their bikes too well?? That's a great problem for the bike owner!!
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  12. #132
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    We went for a ride two weekends ago. Might have gone too far up in the mountains... found snow!



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  13. #133
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebsoria View Post
    Just outside my work the other night we lost a rider. It's a very precarious spot where people will go straight on a green light and flip a u-turn 100 yards further up rather then wait a few minutes for a red left turn to turn green. There is no sign saying no u-turn, but it's a battle that's been waged for quite awhile and just got another reason why it needs to be put up.

    From what it sounds like, this was partially the case. But, in this case, a large part was the rider's fault going approx 80 in a 35 zone. There is NO way you can stop or even expect to walk away from something like that at that speed. Best wishes to all involved and the families in their loss. And to the passengers in the truck that got hit who now have to live with the trauma of that memory.

    My point in this... riders CANNOT ride like jackasses. That's what get's us bad reputations and what get's us hurt and often times killed. Please, please, PLEASE! Anyone reading this, if you're riding... be safe, be cautious.. remember, always keep the shiny side up and the rubber on the ground!!
    Thats sad to hear. People are so careless driving cars now a days. In the past few days i cant tell you how many oncoming cars have been in my lane. Doing 80 in a 35 is just sealing your fate as you have no time to react especially when you consider the fact that no one is probably doing 35 in a 35. Probably one of the best things ive been told was "yes bikes can go fast, just remember they can get you dead just as fast"
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