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Win a trip on Route 66 with Harley-Davidson

If you take a test ride on a Harley-Davidson - including the new Softail Slim and Sportster 72 - between now and June 30, you will be automatically entered ino a draw to win a trip to the world famous Route 66. The winner will receive a Harley authorised Route 66 tour for themselves and one pillion. Provisional dates for the...

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HerbertChapman

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I'd love to do Route 66..but not

on a big bag 'o shite like that.

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billysollocks

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A free holiday riding Route 66? Phukkit, I'd do it on a Honda 90 if I had to!

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ANichol

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ANichol says:

Herbert

so you'd prefer to do 100s of miles of straightline on a sportsbike then? Better your wrists and back than mine. US bikes are designed to work in the US, and (as you'd expect) they do very well.

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ANichol

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ANichol says:

Herbert

so you'd prefer to do 100s of miles of straightline on a sportsbike then? Better your wrists and back than mine. US bikes are designed to work in the US, and (as you'd expect) they do very well.

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wesley01

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wesley01 says:

Would be an awesome trip but if there was a corner and I mean even a slight bend in the road im afraid then its to late the pegs will be sparking but still no lean and then its off roading time.

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KimLondon

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KimLondon says:

Okay, time to 'fess up

when I was in California a couple of years ago I hired a HD Sportster 883 for a day and rode across Golden Gate Bridge, up north of San Fransicso and up into the vinyards for a day. Riding a Hog in the States is different to the UK, it's not quite as pressient of a midlife crisis and someone who spends more time polishing their wheels than having sex. Over there it's kinda fun to be part of the gang for a bit, and doing route '66 on one would be one of the most fun things you could ever do. I'm still not sure if it's worth being seein on one in this country to be entered into a competition though...

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KimLondon

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KimLondon says:

Okay, time to 'fess up

when I was in California a couple of years ago I hired a HD Sportster 883 for a day and rode across Golden Gate Bridge, up north of San Fransicso and up into the vinyards for a day. Riding a Hog in the States is different to the UK, it's not quite as pressient of a midlife crisis and someone who spends more time polishing their wheels than having sex. Over there it's kinda fun to be part of the gang for a bit, and doing route '66 on one would be one of the most fun things you could ever do. I'm still not sure if it's worth being seein on one in this country to be entered into a competition though...

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