1985 GL1200I, third owner and 66,000 miles. Father bought new, sold to his son, his son sold to me. All three live within 9 miles of each other.
Dave / Believer45
Dave / Believer45
I was at a dealer a while back looking at the new ones. Hell, my first house didn't cost that much! I love my '07 1800, and can do A LOT of upgrades/maintenance and enjoy it for a LONG time for the prices I was seeing. For me I just can't justify that kind of money. I am happy for those who can and do get them; that's what drives progress!Not all 2018+ bikes are DCT (automatic), some are still the good ol' "stick-shift".
A buddy of mine has an F6B and loves it. He has had a few Wings and says he likes the F6B better. Nice to see that wonderful North Carolina destination you were at! I love to ride in that area.
Great looking ride! Nearly bought one just like it myself; wish I had. Just don't have a place to store two bikes. Always wanted a Yamaha Venture Royale 1200 too.
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I'm rather partial to mine, but I have to admit, that's a beautiful machine!
Like I said, I'm kinda partial to mine, but Honda really has adopted a real futuristic look these days...a very attractive machine! Ride in good health!
I used to ride a '75 GL1000. I've already mentioned it several times now elsewhere, so I won't repeat myself, except to say that if anyone is looking for parts, or a restoration project, I really have to part with it. And, after some thirty years without a working motorcycle of any kind, I finally bought a '96 GL1500 Interstate...and, as crownfire says, it's the fastest color, too!
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You really have to be careful of who you listen to on the internet. Some people will lead you astray. This is the fast color.