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Harley reveals all new Street 750 and 500 urban V-twins

Harley-Davidson has entered the commuter market with its first all-new model for 13 years, the Street 750 and 500. Aimed squarely at ‘urban young adults’ both Street models feature a new liquid-cooled V-twin and, at a claimed 221kg fuelled and ready, are the lightest Harleys ever to leave the Milwaukee factory. While the 500 remains for now a US-only model, the...

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Dec 07

Posts: 13

fmaxwell says:

yaki says
Jesus how many limp **** pussys are there riding bikes these days moaning about the weight of these bikes there are plenty of young girls out there who ride sportsters as a first bike and the weight dose not bother them,at one tmie most jap bikes were 500lbs plus.Thats when men rode bikes and gay office computer types mothers would not let them.

Yeah, the Sportster is a great bike for most girls -- you'd like it.  The limp **** pussies are the ones riding around on Harley Sportsters that make less horsepower than a BMW scooter while dressed up like a member of The Village People.  

Real men want bikes that are powerful, fast, and handle well, not 560+ pound fashion accessories.  Take out a 235 horsepower, 350 pound Yamaha M1 and tell us how wimpy Valentino Rossi is for not riding a Sportster.  Tell us after the M1 spits you off like the poser you are.







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Nov 13

Posts: 1

Sophie54 says:

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Feb 09

Posts: 515

Yo, Yaki Dude!!! Which chapter you from, bro? HSBC? Barclays? Lloyds? Because I only ever seem to encounter bank types/estate agents/mummys boys on Massey - Davidsons. 

I is confused, homie.

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Mar 11

Posts: 26

I quite like the look of them...

...Apart from the exhaust.

Real men ride what they want, and they don't worry about what everyone else has to say about it. I like HD's, if they weren't so friggin expensive, I'd have one. If you want to call me a "limp **** pussy" that's your perogative. I don't live nor ride for your approval (so shove it up your jacksie).

Though, I'm sure, the "real men" on cruisers could quite easily argue the "real men" on sports bikes, are "limp **** pussies" because they brag, down the pub over a lager shady, about how fast they are (aren't), the size of their lack of (read - bloody massive) chicken strips, and how they don't ride with traction control even in the wet! 
The same ones who only get their bikes out on a Sunday to go tree climbing.

See how easy it is to always find something to bash about those who don't like what you like? Some people need to grow up, really.

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Dec 10

Posts: 11932

preunit says:

Janice Scum Spam

 bet ya ride a Sportster anorl...


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Jun 10

Posts: 31

Moke1275 says:

All I know is that the choice available today is incredible compared to "when I were a lad". I don't really like Harleys but who cares, if someone out there wants one - be they heterosexual, homosexual, old , young, Muslim or Christian then that's great. It's just a bit disappointing to see debate degenerate into meaningless tirades. If you are 25 and want an R! that's great, but one day you will be 60 and perhaps want a bike for a whole new range of reasons. For what it's worth I would be tempted if it was 20 kgs lighter and of course Snev is right -those gaitors need to go...........................................err, in my opinion.

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Sep 09

Posts: 397


HD still not moved away from the 1950s farm machinery I see.

Take a look at bikes like the Yamaha MT07 if you want to see where modern entry level bikes are?


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Jul 13

Posts: 39

phantombiker says:

Harleys are seen as

over priced, under engineered toys for rich 50 somethings in the UK.

That may even be true but everyone to their own.

We have enough enemies without fighting amongst ourselves.

I foolishly bought a cruiser a couple of years ago and after the novelty wore off I quickly became VERY bored with it. I found it almost impossible to filter past traffic safely on Welsh country lanes. It just didn't have the umphhh to overtake quick enough. Others love cruisers and good luck to them. 

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Nov 13

Posts: 1

Freud says:

I like the look of it and would buy one if the price was right.

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Nov 13

Posts: 9

Flashieboy says:

 So what, Mr RalphFReid?  My classmate's step-sister makes £6-53 an hour working for Asda, but she don't brag about it. Besides that, she'll still never afford a Hardley....

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