Well lets see, I would have to say sure. As long as I can make it a trike. They even sell a tike now, I believe it is a Harley/Lehman Trike. I would love to have one. Can't afford one right now, but perhaps someday I will have both.
I am a harley owner,97 sportster 1200.I use the sportster for short trips and ride it to work.I love the wing ,but some times it is like driving a motor home to the 7-11. 50 mile round trip to work is just right for spotster
As it says in my signature, my wife has a Harley and I have the wing. She often lets me ride hers though. But I mostly ride my wing. Not that her Harley is a bad ride, in fact it will easily walk away from my 25 year old wing. I just prefer the wing.
I grew up on Harleys. My Dad had several. I like them but won't buy one because I can buy bikes just as good at a third to half the price. The bike I have now fits me perfectly and I haven't found a Harley yet that is as comfortable and has the lean angle my bike has. I can't afford more than one bike so I ride the one that gives me the most for the money I have to spend. Don't get me wrong, I have a very warm spot in my heart for Harleys, my dad's passion for riding his Harleys flows thru my veins!
A few years back I had the chance to buy a sweet Harley for 10,000. It had some nice extra's, screaming eagle parts in the engine etc. Wish I had bought it but at the time I was taking flying lessons and money was scarce. I now have my 93 Aspy and LOVE it, wouldn't swap for nothing but would still like to own a Harley before I croak........
I had a few old Harley panheads and knuckleheads and a 47 chief before goldwings came out and I liked the harleys but didnt care for the Indian . Ive always wanted a 80 cubic inch ulh Harley flathead. Would a buy a new one. no way.JB
As much as I love my OldWing, my dream bike has been a Harley for as long as I can remember. Missed an opportunity a few years back when a Shriner family member was upgrading his old HOG and was selling for a FANTASTIC price. Just didn't have the money. Having said that, I WOULD NOT HAVE A HARLEY PARADE BIKE instead of my Wing, but I would love to have one in addition to the wing. Given an option for the big dresser, or Heritage, it would be a tough decision, just because of the years of desire.
Having said all that, owning more than one bike at a time is not likely in my future (unless that powerball ticket comes through **crossing fingers **). If it were I would have an entire garage full, everything from a 1800 Wing, 1000 Naked Wing, Heritage HD, Custom Parade Chopper, Bobber, BMW Dual Sport, ST1300, Ducati Monster, and either R-6 or Huyabusa(sp?). But you should see the list of convertibles my wife would have before that would be allowed to happen
I road an '88Softail Heritage for many years and loved it. Lots of great times, rallies, trips with friends, rode to the 50th Sturgis Rally with over 700 riders from Milwaukee, with Willie G. leading the pack. Met my wife while out on the Heritage. Got married at the Grand Canyon while ona trip on the Heritage.Met a lot of great people ona lot of great rides.
I still own a 2000 Wide Glide. However; since I bought the Wing, it's for sale as I'm not in for maintaining two bikes. The Glide is a nice town bike or short trip ride. It's tastefully customized. Did I mention it was for sale?
I'll always love Harley's and admire them, but the Wing wins in the touring comfort & performance category - so that's why I now ride the Wing.