I suppose it depends on the age whether I or you are getting close. LOL
We are right in your neck of the woods quiet often. I have a friend that is a custom bike painter in Fyffe that I visit almost every week.
Every need anything my shop is open to all riders. It is a personal shop, not a business.
Got just about everything ya might need to work on a bike.
I will keep that in mind. I got a helluva mechanic between Boaz and Kilpatrick....but I know exactly where your talkin in Fyffe. As far as whose getting close....you probably got me there, so I will step aside. Maybe we will cross paths.
doesn't matter we're all family if ya ride a wing.
I mainly was referring to you doing your own maintenance. I do my own. Just picked up a 2010 Red Goldwing trike yesterday to add to my 2 wheel goldwing. Boy am I in trouble. Momma is not talking to me right now.
So far the count for Alabama is:
Phil from Albertville (catch the rhyme)
Benny from Athens
Pete from Leeds
Mark from Central
Mike from Phenix City
DirtDobber from Sand Mountain
Not a bad start!!!! Keep em coming!!!
so is there anyone in this group of Gold wing riders From NC I from Fayetiville area Belong to a group out of Sanford NC For Gold Wing road riders we ride monthly not allot stupid rules just good friends meet ride and have great fellowship !!
I have inherited my Daddy’s most cherished ride. However I am 5’11” and the rear brake position does not work for me.
please Help me with suggestions, I so want to ride his bike in his honor, however my legs. Are much longer than his.
only extension and new footboards are for newer bikes...
Does anyone have a Gold Wing with over 60000 miles? And how does the Bike hold up after that many miles? I currently have a 2005 VTX1300C and am interested in moving up to a Gold Wing but I can't afford a new one.
Greetings from Palm Coast: :deadhorse:I have researched upgrading my '92 1500SE stereo system to accomodate my Iphone (the hand held computer with a phone app). My cassette player is non functional (see broken), so a cassette adapter is a non starter. I have read a lot about Wingers installing...
I have begun a site of the Best Rides in the Appalachians as a way to give back to fellow motorcyclists and want nothing in return. So far I have 7 great rides posted with photos, Google Maps, and GPS files: http://www.newenglandriders.org/BestOfAppalachians/VA_WV_Ladder.htm
I will add more...