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This Is MY REAL bike

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This Is MY REAL bike

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pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: April 09, 2007 12:54PM

I am assuming that your are the same anonymous coward that posted the
"Get a real fuckin bike.. That is no FatBoy.. Jap Piece of shit......."
comment on all of my bike pics...
All I can say is...whatever dude....
you like yours and I like mine...
I don't see any reason to insult you for your taste in bikes....
I definitely would not trade mine for yours...
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: April 09, 2007 01:13PM

Growin up my Dad always had Harleys. The last new one he bought was a beautiful burgundy '69 XLCH 900cc Sportster. In those days the Sportsters didn come with an electric starter and I can still remember him workin his ass off to get that sucker fired up, even in the warmer months, in the winter .... forget it.

I remember thinkin to myself (even as a 10yr old) that if I had anything that hard to start I'd get rid of it.

When I bought my 1st bike I KNEW it damned sure waddn gonna be a Harley !

Some people love 'em. others not. My personal perspective is that even if someone GAVE me a Harley I'd sell it and buy a good bike. As a confirmed gear head I'll take the excellent engineering, stying and performance of any Jap bike and certainly a Beemer over a Harley any day.

Oh and .... every owner in the US of anything but a Harley can thank Harley for lobbying to jack up the prices of all imported bikes. Why bother making a superior piece of machinery or workin diligently to make sure it's competive in the marketplace when all you really need to do is employ lobbyists to jack up the prices of your competitors products instead. thumbs upthumbs up

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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: April 09, 2007 01:16PM

Growin up my Dad always had Harleys. The last new one he bought was a beautiful burgundy '69 XLCH 900cc Sportster. In those days the Sportsters didn come with an electric starter and I can still remember him workin his ass off to get that sucker fired up, even in the warmer months, in the winter .... forget it.

I remember thinkin to myself (even as a 13yr old) that if I had anything that hard to start I'd get rid of it.

When I bought my 1st bike I KNEW it damned sure waddn gonna be a Harley !

Some people love 'em. others not. My personal perspective is that even if someone GAVE me a Harley I'd sell it and buy a good bike. As a confirmed gear head I'll take the excellent engineering, stying and performance of any Jap bike and certainly a Beemer over a Harley any day.

Oh and .... every owner in the US of anything but a Harley can thank Harley for lobbying to jack up the prices of all imported bikes. Why bother making a superior piece of machinery or workin diligently to make sure it's competive in the marketplace when all you really need to do is employ lobbyists to jack up the prices of your competitors products instead. thumbs upthumbs up

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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: April 09, 2007 01:19PM

Ooops, sorry for the double post, I was tryin to edit somethin & didn mean for it to re-post eye popping
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90130_ Report This Comment
Date: April 09, 2007 02:02PM

Well said Mrkim,
and the very reason I own and ride Japanese bikes today. When Harley finally puts substance above style and produces a reliable, competitive product at a fair price, I'll buy it. The only Harley I'd ever even look at is the V-Rod, which ironically isn't considered a "real" Harley by the "real" men who ride them.
dawgwrench Report This Comment
Date: April 10, 2007 04:15AM

thats not a harley, i believe thats a WICKED chopper by HELLBOUND stell choppers out if california, same bike im gonna buy when i come back to the real world(headed to iraq again)....but, to each his own i suppose