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windjammer47
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Bike(s): 2018 H2 SX SE; 2014 Honda CB1100; 1979 GS550E
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Re: previous bikes

Post by windjammer47 » Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:17 am


Russd wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 12:37 am
591270B4-DCCB-482E-835D-FC1EE24266C3.jpegI’ve had a bunch of bikes over the years.
1966 Hodaka Ace 90 owned 1/2 of it with my brother. I was in the 4th grade
1969 Suzuki TC120cc enduro, with dual range transmission, I was in the 7th grade
1969 Sachs 125 enduro I was in the 8th grade in Oregon
1975 Honda CL360T scrambler. Rode it back and forth to work at age 21
1973 Penton 250 Hare and Hound with KTM engine
2003 Honda VTX1800C. Got that while living in Hawaii living on The Big Island
2007 Yamaha FJR1300, Big Island bike
2008 Honda Gold Wing GL1800
2012 Kawasaki ZX14R
2017 Star VMax
2015 BMW R1200Rt (Still have this bike)
2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F ( Still have this bike)
2014 Honda Valkyrie (Still have this bike)
2018 Kawasaki H2 SX SE (Most definitely still have this bike)
2017 Beta 500RRS, dual sport (Still have this bike)
A lot of great memories! Still love riding, talking bikes and hanging out with others with the same interest. The wife rides bikes as well and has three in the garage. Yeah, it’s like an addiction.
My wife rides too. She was just saying the other day, "You can't just own one bike. You need a dual sport, a small displacement track bike, a comfortable touring bike, a naked commuter." I agree completely. It's an addiction. I almost pulled the trigger on a GSXS-1000F. My wife still wants another bike so I'm pushing her to test ride this one. She wants a light flickable sportbike in the stable.
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Re: previous bikes

Post by Raddy47 » Mon Apr 22, 2019 7:30 pm


06 GSX-R 600 (First real bike)
07 CRF 250R
2015 Grom. (Owned for 30 days)
2003 YZ450F (converted to SUMO)
2019 H2 SE+
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Russd
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Location: Dallas, Oregon
Bike(s): H2 SX SE, BMW R1200RT, Suzuki GSX-S1000F, 2014 Valkyrie, Beta 500RR-S
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Re: previous bikes

Post by Russd » Tue Apr 23, 2019 2:47 am


Hey Windjammer, I would highly recommend the Suzuki GXS-S1000F. It is very light in handling and comfortable with the upright riding position. It’s pretty quick and really has a surge after about 8,000 rpm. I rode my S1000F to work today and really enjoy the ease of handling at a stop. It feels far lighter than the 479 lbs or so. Let me know if you all grab one.
I am 5’-08” tall and flat-footed on mine.
Take care and stay safe out there.
Russ
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Re: previous bikes

Post by keith zx » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:55 am


first bike Honda cd 175,,,,,,,Triumph 5oo …..Ossa 250 trials bike …..Norton Dominator 500 pre unit …..Bsa 650 spitfire.....Yamaha 750 shaft drive.....Triumph 1000 Daytona....Zzr 1100....Zzr 1200...Zzr 1400.... Zzr 1200.....Gtr 1400 … Triumph 955 Daytona ...Zzr 1200....Zzr 1400....Suzuki Hyabusa....Zzr 1400....Zzr1400......BMW 1600 gt...Sx 1000....Sx h2 se 1000
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Bike(s): Yamaha Raider SCL, Honda CB1100, Triumph Speed Triple R, Honda VFR 1200 DCT, Moto Guzzi Calif 1400

Re: previous bikes

Post by GT550 » Tue May 28, 2019 11:08 pm


I had vfr1200 (DCT & manual). Actually rides similar to h2. Great engine. Marketing disaster, great bike. DCT is like your in a video game. H2 is better.
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