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Thread: A sad day

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    2009 12scg cherry bomb
    171 miles
    I have 6800.00 left to pay
    That's what I want for it
    Have a baby boy on the way
    Not sad about the baby just the bike

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    Congrats on the boy.sorry bout the bike.

    Pics? location?

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    The pic is on page 15 from user bikes
    Just look for my username
    Rockland county, Ny

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    Yep, had to do the same thing 8 years ago with my R6. By far the best reason to get rid of a motorcycle.

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    Sympathies, congratulations & best wishes.
    Gave-up an '83 Interceptor when 1st arrived in '84. (Started wearing seat-belt & quit drinking beer while driving pickup, too.)
    Motorcycling tends to relapse on a person. Before too long for me it was, "... but, a dirt bike is okay, isn't it ... ?" :)

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    Why can't you have both?

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    I don't understand why kid's equals no motorcycle? My daughters love "Daddys Bike"

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    I walked away from bikes for over a decade when all 3 of mine were born.
    Perfectly acceptable to sell and I understand why you're doing it. You will miss it eventually and find another bike somewhere down the line, but it may be a while. Kids are expensive to raise.

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    I dont get either. Why does new kid equal no bike, my kid was born I bought another bike for the stable. My kids are now 23 and 21, i taught both of them to ride and some of the best times we have had were on the bikes.
    Now the new generation with my grandson;

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    thats how it was for me, as soon as i could walk my dad had me on his harley, or teachin me how to ride a dirt bike.

    A pic of the bike would be sweet!



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