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Every once in a while a log onto the motorcycle section of Craigslist and find out what bikes are be "unloaded" by their owners. Of the 110 listings currently on page one in south central PA...31% Harleys10% Harley look-a-likes16% Off-roadOf the remaining 45%, a mishmash of modifiers, scooters, and other types. I realize motorcycling is not a practical means of transportation but the more practical in my mind the better. Having said that, not many of the bikes I see are practical options for my kind of riding. and that's just me talking. I think in order to get "hooked" on cycling, it takes a decent amount of riding to fallen love with riding. And maybe people aren't riding enough these days to get hooked in the sport. So the question is... "Does the level of "impracticality" have much to do with the types of motorcycles for sale on craigslist???
It's practical for me :) and recreational....I ride my bikes the 10 or so miles to/from work in goodish weather...April to October...and they get better mileage then my car...that's practical...I also just ride nowhere and anywhere a few hundred miles a week, plus a tour when able...that's not so practical. It sure seems that folks should be able to find something in a varied price range to suit what ever kind of riding interests them.I'm having a difficult time with the term "practical" here.
It's a hobby. Some people get intensely involved in their hobby, some less so, some get bored with the hobby and sell on Craigslist. IMHO, There are a few nice bikes, but most are used hard and discarded.
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