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Yes , and standing up makes you look cool like those weird man/motorcycle creatures in the insurance ads Dusty
I'm surprised there hasn't been the "Dirt Glide" moniker mentioned yet. Or did I miss it?
Like Kev said, look for further uses of the new mill. https://www.cycleworld.com/story/motorcycle-news/harley-davidson-to-revive-nightster/
please make it he sportier version. I'm sick of these ' Sportsters' with the bobber fat front tire. Just not 'Sporty'
I'll flog myself.
Huzo, never thought of it that way! flattered you'd eve want to watch
Every time I look at the tank badge/s on my V85, I think of you.A lewd act is in order...
Yíall need to stop, itís just 6:30AM here😂😂😂😂Good thing I had to get up anyhow to go.... well you know what😂😂😂
Another motorbike that requires the rider to stand on the pegs to ride Dusty
I don't doubt that the Pan America will be a great bike but I'll admit I'm a bit dubious on H-D's commitment to the platform after they abandoned the Bronx.
XLCR, FXRT, Buell, V-Rod, XR1200, Bronx, etc. etc. Harley doesn't stay with slow sellers for very long. I remember when Harley killed the XR1200 after five years, a HD sales exec. said, "I guess everyone that wanted one bought one."
True for many manufacturers. I sold a bike to a guy who collects one year Japanese bikes.
I sat on a Pan America last Friday. I like it and it fits more of my riding style than the Road Glide. They offered me a test ride, but just like the V85TT I passed because I don't want to start dreaming about how great the ride is. I will hold off until year 3 to make sure it truly lives up to its reviews. I could see my stable morphing into all Adventure bikes.Pan America replacing Road GlideV85TT replacing V7IIIHonda CRF300Rally replacing Himalayan (need less weight so I can put it on the carrier behind my truck)and keeping the Van Van 200. But the reality is much different than the fantasy. I don't need to change out any of my current bikes.
You sat on one and didnít ride it...
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