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I pick up a classic bike

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After 24 years I thought it was time for a change.

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14 Comments

  1. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 7:33

    spawntrooper

    I had this dream about once in my life owning a bike with a Harley style frame and a classic Triumph twin inside it. With the “America” I was able to get my dream bike at a price I could actually afford. I hope everyone that rides gets to eventually ride on their “Dream on Two Wheels”

  2. spawntrooper

    20 augustus, 2010 at 8:13

    ryder,its a nice bike.

    have you seen the classic (cant remember) i am a brit and ride a R1200GS (yes i know) BMW and if you ask bluegem6559 his oppionin,dont blame him he has envy…LMAO joking brother

    the triumph is a great bike no matter what side of the pond,and there are a few other bikes that would suit the roads other there ,and i hope that i will get a chance to get other there and if i do. as some of the bikes are just breath taking.

    peace bro

    peace bro

  3. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 9:01

    Thank you my friend.
    The more I ride it the more I like it.

  4. Zedith

    20 augustus, 2010 at 9:15

    beautiful bike, congrats!

  5. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 9:34

    Well my dream bike has always been a 750 Bonneville engine in a Harley frame. Since I can’t afford custom built this is pretty close. It looks very much like a cruiser frame. I think the Harley Dyna Glide is what it reminds me of. I kind of miss the Harley sound and vibration but would I trade back. No Way! I am very happy with it. Like my Harley I am sure it will serve me well for twenty years or more.

  6. joeapple999

    20 augustus, 2010 at 10:12

    Very nice bike! Definitely on my list. How does it compare to your Harley?

  7. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 10:26

    I had to think long and hard after 24 years. The bike really needed a complete tear down and rebuild to be ready for 20 more years of service. I took the easier choice to buy a newer bike. The new owner of the Harley has the time and ambition to take it apart and give it the proper care. I am happy knowing that. I still will miss it though.

  8. spearfysh

    20 augustus, 2010 at 10:29

    Wow how hard was it to give up your old ride ?
    Very, very nice new machine and, its a “Tea Burner” which is nothing like a “Rice Burner”

  9. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 11:06

    No problem I hear you. I had a lot of the best rides of my life with that bike. I will miss it too. I was told the new owner wants to do a complete take apart and rebuild of it. I think it is going to bring someone else a lot of joy.

  10. rexlv2000

    20 augustus, 2010 at 11:40

    Cool looking bike. You got a good deal! But I will miss the sweet sound of that Harley. Just being honest! lol Nice video! Thanks

  11. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 11:45

    I knew if I didn’t do the walk around people would be asking in the comments. I always want to see all the angles of the bike myself.
    (Big Biker Hugs) atcha

  12. yabaadaabaado

    20 augustus, 2010 at 12:15

    Sweet! My daddys had several bikes but my favorite was a triumph.Really great choice! Thanks for showing to to us all. Love the walk arounds you do!!!

  13. suburbanryder

    20 augustus, 2010 at 13:13

    You win the warm glow of victory my friend 🙂

  14. airick3001

    20 augustus, 2010 at 13:36

    first view

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