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The Next Generation For those ages 15-25.

View Poll Results: How many of y'all ride motorcycles?
Yes, I ride a dirt bike. 2 14.29%
Yes, I ride a Harley. 2 14.29%
Yes, I ride another cruiser. 3 21.43%
no I don't ride. 7 50.00%
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Old 10-28-2013, 02:24 PM
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How many of y'all ride?

Ok so I was just curious if anybody else in my age group rides. I don't mean horses or atvs. What I mean is 2 wheel motorcycles. Dirt bikes, Harleys, Hondas, you name it if it has 2 wheels then great. Gonna make a pole one for Harleys, other cruisers, dirt bikes or don't ride. If you do ride would love to hear what you ride.

obviously I ride a Harley never rode dirt bikes or such but love just about any bike just more partial to Harleys.
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I ride a trike, it's in between a quad and a dirt bike if that counts lol. It's basically a widend dirtbike frame with a quad swingarm on the back of it. A friend of mine has a TR200 Fat Cat though.
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I was going to put trike since Harley does make trikes now.

Currently my bike is a 73 Harley Davidson XLCH1000 completely built up with custom parts. It was bored over to 1200. Currently it is down but once it is running I will get my liscence and start really ridding.
My dad rides a 07 Heritage softail classic built up also for touring.

We are still trying to decide on getting another bike to build a custom dirt/street Harley.
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yamaha dirt bikes with my son and "angel" our 98 Harley Road King Police if it's just me or me and the wife.

nothing better than an hour cruise on a country road to really get me relaxed - 50's and 60's are my perfect riding weather - LOVE fall!

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Great looking road king man always loved the bigger touring bikes in white.
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Great looking road king man always loved the bigger touring bikes in white.
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thank ya, man. Me too - I got a thing for white....I hate washing and polishing!
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Ya I love white trucks and bigger bikes but our heritage and our Ironhead I don't think would look good in white. The heritage is a light blue pearl color and black middle the paint was only available in 07 for that bike. On the Ironhead it is a custom paint that is mainly gloss black with blue and red insert and purple pinstripe.
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Recently picked up another bike for me and my brothers to toy around with. It is a Yamaha MX80 1980 or 1981 I forgot. Got it for free but whole motor needs rebuilt and needs a little TLC. It isn't as big as the Harleys but it is something to play around the yard with.
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I ride, and I customize. Here's a before and after of my 2007 Honda CRF250R, and then after is my dad's 1978 Kawaski KZ1000 that he bought new. It'll be mine one day.

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Very nice Kawasaki. I like your other bikes but the Kawasaki is my favorite.
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I was going to put trike since Harley does make trikes now.

Currently my bike is a 73 Harley Davidson XLCH1000 completely built up with custom parts. It was bored over to 1200. Currently it is down but once it is running I will get my liscence and start really ridding.
My dad rides a 07 Heritage softail classic built up also for touring.

We are still trying to decide on getting another bike to build a custom dirt/street Harley.
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Oh I'm not talking about on road stuff :lol:

When I said trikes I mean the '80s Honda ATC's. 200X's, 350X's, 250R's, the infamous Big Reds and what not. Fast things I tell yeah. The liquid cooled 250R's will run down Banshees and Raptor 700s.
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Those things are fine. I personally have never ridden one but I do know they move pretty well.

Also I forgot to mention. We recently got a 1980 Yamaha MX80 trail bike for my brother. Engine needs rebuilt and a few other small things and call it good.
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Those things are fine. I personally have never ridden one but I do know they move pretty well.

Also I forgot to mention. We recently got a 1980 Yamaha MX80 trail bike for my brother. Engine needs rebuilt and a few other small things and call it good.
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They are definitely a treat to ride; they have spared in popularity lately. They just take time to learn how to ride properly.
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Usually I can ride just about anything after a couple of tries and watching somebody watch ride it first.

The first thing I ever road was a newer honda quad 2 stroke and I think it was a 700 with a bunch of go fast goodies and the first time I gave it to much throttle and the bike came out from under me. The next time I was able to get it right and I was doing rear wheel stands with it. LOL That quad was the 2nd fastest thing I ever road where I was driving. My buddies Honda CR250 2 stroke with a bunch of go fast goodies was way faster!

Now the fastest I have ever been on a bike is a 09 Fat Bob Harley and it was going about 120 half throttle. If we still had it and I could bring it to a drag strip I bet the full would be even cooler!
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