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spondonste

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spondonste says:

What bike floats your boat?

With the new year arriving I'm considering changing some of my bikes (just fancy a bit of a change for some of them). Trouble is I struggling to find a bike I really want to own (either new or old) that I've not already tried in the past.

 

Either new or old, what bikes float your boat sufficiently that you could really contemplate parting with your own hard earned cash to get?

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

This is in my head

I mean IN my head.

I want this for my last ever bike, I'm 65 I don't think there's many riding years left in me I started with Triumphs I've got one 12 year old one I want a new one to finish with, all the kit will go and new kit will only have 'Triumph' logo's on it if I get my way.

http://www.indomotorcycle.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/2011_triumph_thunderbird_storm_03.jpg 

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Darkrapture

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Darkrapture says:

Dream Bikes

Suzuki B-King, Yamaha VMAX, Moto Guzzi Daytona. In that order.

Can see myself on a B-King at some point, maybe in the next 12 months or so but the other two are unlikely.

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

B king

I found the insurance isn't bad on one of those. Actually, it's a bit cheaper than the 650 with all of 53bhp that I have now.

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superbol

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superbol says:

92 fireblade

best rides, most fun,always exciting ! 

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

this would make...

a nice Sunny Sunday runabout.Always liked the simple dash.:sunglasses:


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widowmakerv2

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widowmakerv2 says:

no new bike but !

Putting my 1981 LC350 back in[IMG]http://i1097.photobucket.com/albums/g359/kennymcq/0FFC1687-74E5-48FD-A396-6775D275DF6E-16751-00001A9B56B920AD.jpg[/IMG] the road .

But in the Netherlands no road tax to pay over here :tongue:
And still using my TL1000s 


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