Well, Bel125455, i'll start by saying I ride a 2001 GL1800A in Pearl White.
If we can get all of the other 1800 riders to follow suit you can come back in a few weeks and check the total count of messages, then subtract out all of the distractor message and you'll have your answer.
Let me clarify. I'm not knocking older wings, heck if it wasn't for them there would be no 1800. Again, I'm just curious as to how many members ride the 1800?
I guess I could have asked in a "Poll" format that included all the different models. That way no one could become offended.
Trouble is I don't know how to do the "Poll" thing. Perhaps someone else would like to?
I've ridden two models, a used ($2495) 81' 1100 that took me 160,000 miles, with the only trouble being a snapped clutch cable at about 120,000 (just don't make clutch cables like they used to, huh?), and my current Big Red, a '96 Aspencade that cost me $10,000 and has carried me a trouble-free 68,000 miles. I love both bikes, however, I think I am partial to the 1100. Once I got some springs under it, the thing was lethally quick in the corners, and a joy to ride. If Honda came out with a new 1100 Wing, I'd buy it in a heartbeat........
Nobody needs more than 1000 cc's...... they may want it, but they don't need it!
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