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Thread: I hear the Siren song calling me telling me to get a buell

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    I'm 67... still have my 2004 Firebolt, a 2001X1, a 2009 1125cr, looking at a 2017 1190Sx... hope you got a Firebolt, they are a blast even for us olde phartes.

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    The smile a buell gives you, erases years off your age.
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    55 here... My rides: Firebolt, Lightning, Ninja 636, Ninja 1000 and for days when my back needs a rest, a '19 Camaro SS. It does help to have a good chiropractor too! 😉

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    I did 6 or 7 hours on the Uly today. Needed a fix. But there was too much stop and go. I think the Uly is my favorite - at least favorite bike to have right now. (76)

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    I'm 66. What else is there to do. I go to the track bi-weekly. Sometimes more, sometimes less. I've been doing this stuff since I was 15. Lots of bumps and bruises but I'm still here. My wife gets it after 40+ years of putting up with me.
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    Great pic. Sonoma?

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    It is. The bus stop as they call it. My 2nd time there since the early '80s. Headed there again Monday.

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    On a recent visit to the cardiologist, the nurse took my blood pressure. It was like 110/63. Pretty good for an oldster. I said riding the scooter helps - She said her husband swears the same. Riding fills out the balance in life and makes you healthy (if you keep the rubber side down).

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    This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ is very true !

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    Once I saw a homeless guy with a leather motorcycle jacket pan handling. I asked him if he rode motorcycles, he said no. I asked him if he drank, he said no. I told him I was taking him home for a meal. He said, "won't your wife be upset you bringing a stranger to dinner?" I said it would be good for her to see what happens to a man when he quits riding motorcycles and drinking.



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