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Who rides Motorcycles ????

Phil_R

New member
I use the same formula, (N + 1) to determine the number of motorcycles or detectors needed...

Heritage Softail Classic:



Anderson Springs @ Suwannee River, Suwannee County, FL.
 

JAntonS

New member
I used to have a 2007 Yamaha V-Star Custom 650 and a 2013 Yamaha FZ6R.
All that changed with my kids.
No regrets, I still see a motorcycle in my future.
Four wheels move the body, but two wheels move the soul.
 

dgerst

Member
1981 Ducati Darmah (restoring)
1995 Cagiva (Ducati) 900 Elefant dual sport
2013 Husqvarna TE 449
 

Mkus

Well-known member
I have had street bikes Kawasaki GPZ 550 my favorite were my two strokes Yamaha RZ350 RD400 Dt 175 then my killer XR 650L sold it now I have a mint street legal 2003 XR 400 love this bike got a heck of a deal on it and it’s mint!
I like Enduro on off road not just street.
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HanoverDigger

Active member
2002 Sportster
 

ronaldj2

Well-known member
Had a 74 Yamaha 650 special when I was 19 years old. It was a comfortable ride , somewhat of a low rider . Very loud fast bike. No pics available right now. Have to look thru the archives. Would love to get an enduro like the XR 400 . It sure looks mint for an 03 .
 

hawgdawg

Well-known member
A friend had an RD 350 back in the 70s ,, you had to be careful on that thing ,, but today, these bikes are unbelievably powerful. I've been considering another Enduro ,, I used to love just riding around,, finding a trail on the side of the road , and seeing where it would lead you. Having GPS today could save you some time,, quite a few times , I hit a trail and ended up somewhere that I had no idea where I was . Nice bikes ya'll.
 

Mkus

Well-known member
Had a 74 Yamaha 650 special when I was 19 years old. It was a comfortable ride , somewhat of a low rider . Very loud fast bike. No pics available right now. Have to look thru the archives. Would love to get an enduro like the XR 400 . It sure looks mint for an 03 .
Thanks it’s the bike I’ve been looking for friend went to look at a corvette the lady had for sale and saw the XR under cover and asked about it and it was her husband who passed away he told me about it sat 3 years started up quickly I gave her the cash no haggling and it came with a set of street wheels which I sold very expensive she had the receipt there out there these XRs most dependable bike .
 
I have a 1959 honda dream that i am restoring but i have 3 nopeds (2 honda urban expresses and 1 honda express). I also have 3 mopeds (1 Puch Magnum, 1 kinetic Luna and 1 vespa Ciao). Finally, I have also two chinese 50cc scooters (1 roketa and 1 pan-terra retro). I almost forgot to mention that i also have a motorized bicycle. I used them a lot to get to places deep in the woods to metal detect and for crusing. Regards to all.
 

irnwrkr

Active member
Started out on a kz750, then got an 80 goldwing, next bike was an intruder 1500, then two mid 90s goldwings. Recently rented a 3 wheel slingshot for a day, didnt care for it too much, but my wife enjoyed driving it. Personally i prefer a bike
 

Old Longhair

Crazy Ol' Foole
Staff member
Started riding dirt bikes when I was a kid. Got my cycle endorsement in '72 and graduated to the street. Drag raced and road raced for years, but now I'm old so I've slowed down a bit. Still have three Suzuki SV1000's.



 

ronaldj2

Well-known member
Started riding dirt bikes when I was a kid. Got my cycle endorsement in '72 and graduated to the street. Drag raced and road raced for years, but now I'm old so I've slowed down a bit. Still have three Suzuki SV1000's.



Very nice looking bikes
 

Old Longhair

Crazy Ol' Foole
Staff member
Very nice looking bikes
Thanks!
The red white and blue one in the middle is a Franken-bike I built a few years back. I had a bunch of "spare" parts on hand, and a bare frame turned up cheap, so I got busy. I couldn't begin to tell you how many donor bikes are represented, but I can tell you that there are even Honda and Yamaha parts in the mix. Each were selected for their performance properties to enhance the end product, and many were modified to suit by me.
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
I tried a m/c once..... pulled up to the stop sign and just slowly fell over. Bought an atv.... pulled up to stop sign and didnt fall over. 4 wheels safer than two at stop conditions!
 

hawgdawg

Well-known member
I tried a m/c once..... pulled up to the stop sign and just slowly fell over. Bought an atv.... pulled up to stop sign and didnt fall over. 4 wheels safer than two at stop conditions!
:rofl: :rofl:
I had that same problem once or twice ,,, but it was from drinking ,,, Iearned not to be drinking and riding.
 
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