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RobertH 
Posted: 11-Oct-2004, 09:45 PM
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I can't be the only guy that wears a kilt and rides a motorbike (not at the same time, though)! What's everybody riding? I'm on a Harley FLHTCUI (Electra Glide Ultra)...moved up from a little rice burner. There must be some lady riders out there too... tongue.gif
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Posted: 12-Oct-2004, 05:55 PM
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92 Harley FXRC is my ride. Go to my profile and you will see a picture of it.
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Posted: 14-Oct-2004, 07:56 PM
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Nice looking ride. Now I'll have to find a photo somewhere...
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Posted: 03-Apr-2007, 05:23 PM
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Annabelle has passed her Rider Ed. course in Georgia and is now on the road with her brand new, Limited Edition 50th Aniversary Harley Sportster.


When are we going riding??? biggrin.gif






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note.gif I have a sporty but it's a bit too small for me..
It was all I could afford when I was buying my first harley.
It's set up nice but it's more for a lass.
6" risors, broom stick, drag pipes, Black
I just sold a '48 knuckle frame that was chopped to the Bike shop
I had visions but no time or money so I let it go.
I'm looking at a Road King sometime this season.


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Posted: 17-May-2007, 06:32 PM
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Just parked it in the stable; a 2006 500cc Royal Enfield Bullet ES; essentially a 1954 Royal Enfield with turn signals and an electric starter (OK, so I'm old...).


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Posted: 18-May-2007, 04:49 PM
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QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ 03-Apr-2007, 06:23 PM)
Annabelle has passed her Rider Ed. course in Georgia and is now on the road with her brand new, Limited Edition 50th Aniversary Harley Sportster.


When are we going riding??? biggrin.gif

That pic looks dangerous! Lemmie know to stay clear smile.gif


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Posted: 19-May-2007, 12:08 PM
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QUOTE (Emmet @ 17-May-2007, 07:32 PM)
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Just parked it in the stable; a 2006 500cc Royal Enfield Bullet ES; essentially a 1954 Royal Enfield with turn signals and an electric starter (OK, so I'm old...).

Very nice, Emmet. Kind of tough to carry your bagpipes around on that. biggrin.gif

I hope the blue hairs can see you coming before they do their four lane changes.
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Posted: 19-May-2007, 12:19 PM
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QUOTE (Aaediwen @ 18-May-2007, 05:49 PM)
QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ 03-Apr-2007, 06:23 PM)
Annabelle has passed her Rider Ed. course in Georgia and is now on the road with her brand new, Limited Edition 50th Aniversary Harley Sportster.


When are we going riding???  biggrin.gif

That pic looks dangerous! Lemmie know to stay clear smile.gif

Aaed, she actually worked very hard at the course and was #3 in the class out of 25. About 1/3 of the class didn't pass the Rider Ed. course. It's very tough and is 3 days long.

She's now doing what she has wanted to do for many years and is a safe rider. Besides, her bike gets 45 miles to a gallon, compared to 20 for her Highlander. That's a pretty good reason to take the course and get a bike. wink.gif
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Kind of tough to carry your bagpipes around on that.


Actually, the case fits nicely on the pillion, with a couple of bungees to the mudguard carriers.

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I used to be a Beamer guy until I got married and had kids and lost my time. I've got one 13 and one in college now so in a couple of years I hope to get another one. It will probably be another beamer though. I'm pretty partial to those thing. I have always had a street/trail bike (DR650) that I take out to the national forest roads to ride on rare occasions. The leaves are getting pretty here so now is a great time to ride. I really enjoy riding with my 13 year old and she does too. I am blessed!
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Hell me and Lil Red are still ridin shes a 01flhTCI just like me old low and slow. The sky is blue and a couple puffy white clouds inthe sky,,, leather up and ride up to see Mother, I don't mind riding in the cold, but my fingers get a little more numb the older I get.


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Well it seems Lil Red has fallen to the fate of all early TC's, some how I just cannot justify a grand for a gear drive, though I understand there is an adapter for the early TC's to go with the later hydraulic adjusted chain tensioners and oil pump... them geese had better start laying some golden eggs here pretty soon
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The trick to riding a cycle while kilted is to tuck it under you. I'm currently restoring a 1949 Indian Scout. It was my dads last bike. He bought it while he was in the US Navy back in the 60's and it has sat in a shed since a few years after he met my mom (she flipped herself over the hood of an El Camino while he was teaching her to ride and she made him park it).


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