Welcome to the forum from IL. Hope you enjoy your stay. Make sure you check out all the catagories here so once you get that wing, you;ll be able to do most anything with it. The guys on this forum real seem to know what they are talking about (sometimes)
Welcome aboard, I have own 3 1500's and 1 1800, and st 1300, once you get use to a gold wing it is hard to adjust to another bike, at least it was for me. I now own a 1999 wing, just bought it a few weeks ago. get the one you really want and you won't be sorry and be safe out on the roads. solaro
I've had Goldwings for 25 years. When I bought my first (1977 GL1000) I kept my 650 Nighthawk for running around town. The more I rode the Goldwing, the more I realized it was a much more comfortable bike. Unfortunately, it was murdered and it took me a year to get another one. That bike was an 1985 GL1200. After riding it for a couple of weeks, I sold my beloved Nighthawk and only rode the Goldwing. Eventually it retired and I moved up to a 1988 GL1500. A poor economy required that the 1500 and I part company. Now I have a 1984 GL1200 Aspencade. I think that no matter what year or no matter how much power you have, all of them are very fine rides. You'll enjoy this bike more than anything you've ever ridden, and you'll meet some of the finest people on earth who share your passion.
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