If you haven't browsed the Groups, there is a group that I started for the motorcycle enthusiast.
It is a group devoted to those who like the freedom of the open road as seen from two wheels. Make and model doesn't matter; at least for discussion's sake. You can be a current owner, previous owner or someone looking to own. You can be a motorcycle rat or mama. Share tips, trips and more.
Go here and say somethin'.
Ride to live; live to ride.

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Lookin to purchace
Do you know anything about Triumph Bonnie's

With todays gas prices and the fact that motorcycle licenses have increased in demand by 400% in my state alone, I foresee the group growing quickly. :)
I know that growing up, the Triumph Bonneville was screamin'.
Back then, they had the 650 and I think later on, they came out with a 750.
BSAs were pretty cool too.
I thought that they were making Triumphs again.
I currently own a 94 Kawa Vulcan 88. Ill try to post a few pics when I get back to my full time on Saturday. I also own a 86 Honda Nighthawk, and used to have a 93 Suzuki Maxim... Sold it to buy my current bike.
I'm looking at buying a GXSR...but dont really know if i should or not?
Well if you are under 35 or so and go with a crotch rocket you might want to check insurance prices BEFORE you buy.....I have 2 road bikes a 73 Norton Commando and a 2008 Suzuki Boulevard and pay a grand total of $$116.00 a year.....My friend has a crotch rocket and pays almost and get this......$$3000.00 for the same year....age, style of bike and turbocharged makes the difference....Stay safe.....Paul
SAY NO TO CROTCH ROCKETS! They were never meant to be ridden casually. They were never meant to be economical on gas. They were never meant to be a good form of transportation.
They were meant to be driven fast. Period.

I like they t-shirt I saw on a Harley rider........." CROTCH ROCKETS ARE GOD'S WAY OF THINNING THE HERD!"

I ride a Goldwing. I'm with the Patriot Guard Riders and we do a lot of soldiers, police and fire funeral escorts.
I ride like I drive emergency equipment responding to a call.....as if they can't see or hear me.
I never assume that the other cars on the road know I'm there. I stay out of blind spots, avoid being boxed in, and stay back from others. You can't survive on a bike today unless ....You ride like your life depends on it!

Pick a bike you can handle and take an approved safety course.

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