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I used to think 10 Big Ones was a lot of dough ’till I started pricing new pickup trucks. Now, I realize it’s chicken feed. Let me eat cake. Sure, yes, I know there are great used bargains for half that much, but a private seller’s not going to give you a 1% APR for three years like Suzuki does, you’re not going to ride off on the shiniest, newest bike on the block, and you won’t have the inner warmth of knowing you’ve done your part to stimulate the moto-economy.
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I dunno. The Indian Scout is a good looking bike, but the Triumph more closely resembles the bikes of the late 60s and early 70s. I’d be tempted by a T100 with chrome exhaust and wheels and a blue white gas tank. Also, the Triumph is 54 to 76 lbs lighter than the Scout.

I do like the lower seat and forward controls on the Scout, but for around town, I’d likely go for the Triumph.
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I demo the Indian, it was a little hot on the side, but was a great bike with a lot of pull. I believe it has a 100hp.

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Like the Indian. Not a v twin fan but one that can spin to 8k must be pretty smooth. Live the look of Harley's but the motor tech is just so archaic.

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