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Hi fellow motorcyclist, from Canada. I do not have aGoldWing yet and that is why I came here. My name is Clayton and I have rode other bikes for years and now I feel that it is time for a Wing this summer.



So I have lots of question and I was told that this is the place for the answers and maybe some good laughs. I have allot of sport bike time on the roads, but as fate would have it I sat on a Wing. I have seen the light. So I look foreword to this adventure.

Let me say thanks now, to theGoldWing :)Guru,s that I shall ask questions of.
 

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Welcome to the family, low level flight, and greetings from Minnesota! You have come to the right place for finding outall kinds of answers for any ofthe great Goldwing models that have been produced over the years. Ask away!!

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Welcome to this Great Site!

Pull up a chair and join on in!

Ride Safe, Ray


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Hi....welcome from the Netherlands!!!:banana:
 

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Hi low level flight :waving:and welcome to the best place to be for info, advice and fun!
 

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[align=left]Hellolow level flightand welcome from Arizona.

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[align=left] "Why buy'm if you don't ride'm"[/align]
 

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Welcome from the
Steve Saunder's GOLDWING FORUM



A Big Welcome FromTEXAS

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Welcome to the forum from the State of Confusion......Kansas! :waving:
 

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Thanks for the greetings folks it is nice to hear from around this globe of ours. I had to make keys for a Goldwing last week and it was a very nice surprise. She was an 86 Aspencade in real nice shape.

Of course the codes did not work so I had to make the key the hard way and that was when I noticed that she was very easy tomove around. I have ridden a Wing once many years ago, and only for a short trip. I rode her home so the owner would not worry about drinking at his surprisebirthday party. Maybe about 5 blocks.


I am looking at the years between 84 and 86 to start. I just want one that I can play with and have some fun learning the machine and how they ride. That I feel is the thing that I wonder about the most. Do some Wings handle better than other years do, or is it likemost bikes in the setup?

Thanks

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Hello from Virginia,

Welcome Aboard!!!!!


Glad to have you with us!



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Hey! :waving: from Hamburg, NY
[align=center]THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO BE![/align]

If you have Goldwing Technical Smarts - GIVE IT! :2finger:

If you need help - ASK FOR IT! :blushing:
If you know of an event coming up or a cool ride you went on - SHARE IT! :banana:

If you have a joke or funny story - TELL IT! :cheeky1:[/align]
If you have prayers to give or need some - FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE, SAY IT! :angel:

If you have anything bad to say to or about anyone on this forum - STUFF IT! :whip:

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