I'm open minded, non-judgmental and willing to chat about anything and everything......so feel free to say, hi.
We could play Wordy too.
Corwin: I bought my 883 Sportster brand new in 2005... it's now 18 years old (still brand new in my eyes, still looks new, still runs new)... and it has never left a single drop of oil beneath her.
Dispelling the myth that Harleys' always "mark their territory".
This may have been true in the past, but the bugs were worked out over the years.
My Sporty is one of my most prized possessions. A Classic that will never die. It's worth twice now what I paid for her. Not just a great bike, but a great investment.
I previously drove Yamahas and Kawasakis... drive 'em in the Summer, fix 'em in the Winter...
... my Sporty has only needed tires and brake-pads... I drive the hell out of her, and she's a clock that just keeps on ticking. Best bike ever made in my humble opinion.
Jap Bikes always had a tool-kit under the seat... Harleys don't need them.
Just a story of a man who found the love of his life (in motorcycle form)... I LOVE my Sporty.