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Have yet to see a motorcycle that fits the definition of an RV. Leave our Forum to RVers please!


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cruiserjs wrote:

Have yet to see a motorcycle that fits the definition of an RV. Leave our Forum to RVers please!
I was using my motorcycles to travel all over the Us and Canada, Alaska and Hawai.
Which started in 1960. I see your are a Johnny come lately to travel. Many times there is help for poeple like you who don't understand all the ways people enjoy our great world of travel, I have cover all the states, plus 63 countrys outside the USA looks to me you are just getting started, best of luckey when you get rolling hard.


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Another year, Las Vegas has its big motorcycle auctions,January 22-27
Over 1500 cycles are to be offered to me and you.
Every year more and more Japanese cycles and less Harly's, BSA's, Trumph's. I guess it is so hard to clean up the all the oil after pushing them up on stage.
I enjoy looking, but most Japanese cycles aren't what works in myJapanese collection.
About 80% of my collection are 0 mile cycles no matter how old they are.


Im waiting until Japanese or anyone makes a proper EV bike
Love This Japanese one
https://youtu.be/0q_ufmHlWsA

This German is interesting also
https://youtu.be/6qzAwSQSwtA

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free radical wrote:

Supercharged wrote:

Another year, Las Vegas has its big motorcycle auctions,January 22-27
Over 1500 cycles are to be offered to me and you.
Every year more and more Japanese cycles and less Harly's, BSA's, Trumph's. I guess it is so hard to clean up the all the oil after pushing them up on stage.
I enjoy looking, but most Japanese cycles aren't what works in myJapanese collection.
About 80% of my collection are 0 mile cycles no matter how old they are.


Im waiting until Japanese or anyone makes a proper EV bike
Love This Japanese one
https://youtu.be/0q_ufmHlWsA

This German is interesting also
https://youtu.be/6qzAwSQSwtA
Very neat, but when I was 7 years old in 1950 and my brother put me on a 125 Harley, I just wanted something that would move forward, freedom, the Harely dealer gave us 25 thosand mile pins by the time we were about 14 years old. From there I went to many cycles, some able to do over 130 mph in a 1/4 mile. But the fact it went forward was great and I never for got that.

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free radical wrote:

Supercharged wrote:

Another year, Las Vegas has its big motorcycle auctions,January 22-27
Over 1500 cycles are to be offered to me and you.
Every year more and more Japanese cycles and less Harly's, BSA's, Trumph's. I guess it is so hard to clean up the all the oil after pushing them up on stage.
I enjoy looking, but most Japanese cycles aren't what works in myJapanese collection.
About 80% of my collection are 0 mile cycles no matter how old they are.


Im waiting until Japanese or anyone makes a proper EV bike
Love This Japanese one
https://youtu.be/0q_ufmHlWsA

This German is interesting also
https://youtu.be/6qzAwSQSwtA



Wait a few more months and head down to your local HD dealer with a stack of cash and you;d set to go electric Electric HD on the way


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Riiiight, I'm going to buy a bike with a range of 110 miles, built by H-D, and cost $30,000. And makes a "futuristic noise". About the same time we have to watch out for falling pig poop.


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I have 270# of motorized rolling steel on a carrier on the back of this RV
That particular scoot, went cross country and back, on the back of our dp, our previous RV, I don't have a Toad, many RV owners, don't have Toads, and carry cycles,
I have been carrying various size cycles or scoots, on RVs for over 20 yrs,
got my first one, a two stroke Bridgestone motorcycle, when I was 16 I'm now 71
I have never motorcycle camped, and I didn't get much riding done during my parenting years, but motorcycles large and small, have been a part of my life, and still are part of my RV life


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cruiserjs wrote:

Have yet to see a motorcycle that fits the definition of an RV. Leave our Forum to RVers please!

Say what???
A motorcycle can't be a recreational vehicle?
After reading your other posts I can see you must be a favorite everywhere lol

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