Loving the Harleys

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Took these at a Wildlife Game Dinner yesterday

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Thanks for looking
 

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I like the color in the first two shots. Nice bike! I have to be honest, if it isn't made by Honda it isn't a real motorcycle.:biggrin:
 
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Im a GXXR owner myself but these caught my eye..lol
I loved that orange Harley now how in the world did he afford it on a firemans pay :)
 
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I like the color in the first two shots. Nice bike! I have to be honest, if it isn't made by Honda it isn't a real motorcycle.:biggrin:

Oh come on! :smile:

I was riding Harley before Harley was fashionable. Oil on the back days.
To me all motorcycles are good. :biggrin: :biggrin:
 
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lol.. it was cool they had a snake show type thing as well including some of the SE more venoumous ones, cottonmouth and Eastern Diamondback rattler which I kept distance with
 
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You don't remember the AMF days, do you? :biggrin: I do have to agree with you that any motorcycle is good just as long as it is running. I'm just partial to Honda.

I remember the AMF days. I remember them brand new on the showroom floor. My first bike was an AMF, 1979 FXEF Shovelhead. 167,000+ trouble free miles. I wrote Harley about it and they said it was unusual but not unheard of.
I don't beat my bikes that what the disposables are for. :smile:
Enough of the thread hijack.
 
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LOL no biggy guys..thanks for comments, nowadays its all about looks for most..

Sadly it is. My two year old bike has 36,000 on it.

My wife and I like to head out Friday morning and come back Sunday night normally 1200 miles later. The Southwest is amazing on a motorcycle. It's my primary transportation.

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I hear ya Im in the southeast.. and it is gettin into full swing down here gonna have to keep camera in car again ..lol
 
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Was busy with work.. Just got laid off Friday so now Im up the creek with no job at all and stressed like noones business.. I was working with Mohawk through Select Staff temp agency and all of us got cut loose.. No the D80 hasnt been pulled out in a long time, lol so no need for a grip man Im set with my D90 and grip :)
 
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Revision of #2 and still working it out

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damn, sorry to hear about your job loss. if i hear of anything. i will let you know asap.
 

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