I wouldn't sell that to just anyone, too nice of a bike. They always remind me of 'Baby Goldwings'. You don't see many of them around either.
I just went back to the first post and I have to admit I wouldn't want him working on a lawn mower, I doubt very much he's a good mechanic.
No Goldwing for him, maybe a bicycle from Walmart. :ROFL:
I am in total agreement with Dave. This passion really isn't about the money, it's the satisfaction of adding sweat-equity and a couple of pennies to hear this aging art come alive and sing between your knees running your favorite road, hearing folk say, "That looks great and sounds sweet". I'm betting if you ask, most people on this board have a project, or are looking to get one.
What a great place to be!!!!!!!!
I just got this idea about a follow up from one of the most inspiring threads I ever read, the "Open Road Pictures", as well as the "Where am I" thread. But as we all know, and love, on this forum we need a Goldwing to get there. These bikes comes in so many forms, colors, wheel...
This demo shows the aluminum pole bending quite a bit with a sport bike.
I am wondering how it will fair with a Goldwing weighing 800 lbs to 950 lbs?
what I don't understand, is why no one demos the fact, that putting the tranny in 1st gear will greatly assist in keeping the bike from rolling...