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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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my new bike

went down and made the deal last weekend, bringing it home tomorrow
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post #2 of 41 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 03:34 PM
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Hope it works for you.

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Nice looking bike but man, you better have some loooong legs!!
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Nice looking bike but man, you better have some loooong legs!!
I rode my buddys older GS several years ago. Neat bike but the seat height was a little tall. Rode really nice though!!


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thanks guys!! the seat is adjustable so i'm going to see if it can be lowered and if that's not low enough i'll order a low sargent seat this winter
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'75CB750K,'79cb750f,'79CB750/9k,
'93gl1500se,
'85CB450SC,'05SunL70
'06ST1300a........william
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Really liked my BMW RS1100 when I was younger but as bones and joints grow older it just hurt me to ride it and it really was fun over 80 mph,the Wing is my choice now.
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So Doc how many bikes do you have now,your going to have to build a garage soon if you keep this up haha.

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thanks guys!! the seat is adjustable so i'm going to see if it can be lowered and if that's not low enough i'll order a low sargent seat this winter



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