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03-06-2011 08:29 PM
Crazy Jake Let me know how that Handa is on the single track....(tehee hee)
I like the black bike....a hot chick in shorty shorts on the back and Id folow you on that bike....
03-06-2011 03:03 PM
doc3toes nice looking ride. i'de say you made out ok on the trade. one piece of advice, when the lights and sirens are going ... just pull over and take it like a man. dont let the adrenaline get the best of you. also watch out for the left hand turns coming across your lane, they happen more frequenty on a bike like that.
03-06-2011 01:08 PM
masterlink ENJOY!!!! There many days that my other ride is much more appropriate, and all the riders on this forum understand that. Anybody been successful explaining this truth to a spouse that does not ride?
12-01-2010 07:33 PM
Doc279 NICE bike man - just add some twisties for excitement.
11-04-2010 09:07 AM
dirtyone So, you gotten your sport bike and it looks great,have fun and enjoy.I see speeding tickets in your future.
11-03-2010 11:49 PM
Dragonfly If I didn't live where I do, I would follow your lead.
11-02-2010 03:25 PM
Spec
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Originally Posted by Justinm417 View Post
After several days of riding in flat congested roads where the only place to find sand is on the beach, I felt I was not getting the most out of my bike...

Unlike many KLR owners, I live in a place where any off road adventure riding is several hours away. There are no backwoods, forrest roads, or stream crossings. The only thing nearby is a swamp which is restricted and preserved for native indians.

I did a lot of thinking and decided that a different bike would make riding more enjoyable for me. With that being said, I'm sure there are people in my area who may have better uses for it, so I traded it in and drove this away...


NEW 2009 VFR 800 Honda Interceptor


Nice all you need now are roads with curves!
11-02-2010 12:27 AM
Justinm417 I appreciate all the compliments and it is much faster than my KLR. Took it on the highway and I was at 90 mph without even knowing it... Oh, and I don't recommend speeding .

Bottom line, I'm loving this bike and I definitely have to try to stay tamed while riding it.
11-01-2010 06:19 PM
SLO-KLR Nice looking scooter. I would get myself in sooooo much trouble on a bike like that.
11-01-2010 05:38 PM
trailrider
Nice Bike

Justin
Sweet looking bike!
Probably not the best choice for the sand!
Enjoy the ride, I'll bet it is a lot smoother than the KLR????
No "Doohickey" to mess with!
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