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08-31-17 12:44
Torchsport Another thread decimated by photophucket.
08-31-17 07:42
irish-racing First bike 2006 R1

2006 R6 First track only bike

2014 Honda Grom

Current bike 2015 R1
08-11-16 15:27
morbo1978 First bike... 2010 Ninja 250
Second... 2006 CBR600RR
Third... Triumph Street Triple R
Current... 2015 CBR600RR
08-11-16 03:48
Pierson Willis Just had the one prior to my Daytona.

04 GSXR600
06-10-16 01:52

06-08-16 13:23
Quigs My 2005 ZX6R:

05-27-16 15:30
gab updating the tread.

A nice gift for my 30!!!!!

Still owned my st3r

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09-14-14 00:54
the knuckle
Originally Posted by the knuckle View Post
Here they are-

I have also owned a Suzuki DR 350, Honda CBR 600RR, and a Kawi KX60 (about 25 years ago)

Totally forgot about the 2006 r1 I also had
09-13-14 20:55
BloodInBloodOut My first bike, 2004 R6(sold):

2005 R1:

2006 Custom Midnight Warrior:

2008 Daytona 675 track bike:
09-13-14 15:19
Originally Posted by DaytonaSpidey View Post
Nice bro!!! Those can really scoot!

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Originally Posted by the knuckle View Post
One of the few Harleys worth owning. Torch's v rod
I feel the same way. Would never have spent the $15k+ they were new, but I'm happily paying $6,000 for it.
Only 7,000 miles on it. 65 year old seller. He bought it new. Never seen a wet road. Absolutely spotless.

In case anyone isn't familiar with the Street Rod model, they only made them for 2 years...'06/'07.
It has Brembo brakes, upside down forks, better suspension, mid contrlos, taller than other V-Rod models for more lean angle, and the most important thing....120 horsepower!

It's been funny the reactions I've gotten when I tell people I'm buying a HD. Of course the pirates say "oh....well that ain't a real Harley."
I say "why....cause it actually performs as a motorcycle should?"
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