The Suzuki M50 Lovers Club!

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#1 Unread post by BlueBomber » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:19 pm

Do you ride it M50 style? Do you think that rear fenders shouldn't wrap around the wheel and air boxes should be teardropped?

Are you midsized and loving it?

Do you like your bikes black, grey and blue?

Do you think MotoF150 is...*ahem* horribly mistaken?

If so then join the Suzuki M50 Lovers club!

We are about love. We are about fun. And we're about making note that our bikes aren't the best at everything, but they're certainly not the pile that *somebody* thinks they are!

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#2 Unread post by BlueBomber » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:21 pm

My name is Will, and I ride a bright friggin blue 2006 Suzuki Boulevard M50. I weigh just about 300 pounds, and it still carries my fat arse around like nobody's business.

I <3 my bike.

That's not to say I don't like other bikes, or that I don't WANT other bikes (man I've got a crush on the Speed Triple down at my local shop) I just happen to really like my own ride.

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#3 Unread post by Sev » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:32 pm

I probably shouldn't speak for him, but Malice owns a 2004 Suzuki Marauder, and he loves it to death :D.
Of course I'm generalizing from a single example here, but everyone does that. At least I do.

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#4 Unread post by basshole » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:48 pm

hell I own a C-50 but really wanted the M-50 but the C-50 fit my riding style better. I love the M-50 and i'll join this club just to "pee" off that miniature version of the Elephant Man MotoF150.....errr....I mean troll Motof150 8)
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#5 Unread post by Kal » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:55 pm

Somehow I don't see MotoF150 joining this club... :lol:
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#6 Unread post by Damian » Tue Dec 12, 2006 1:26 am

Kal wrote:Somehow I don't see MotoF150 joining this club... :lol:
...but I'm sure he'll drop in to post, just to see how many people he can get spun up.

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#7 Unread post by BlueBomber » Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:07 am

basshole wrote:hell I own a C-50 but really wanted the M-50 but the C-50 fit my riding style better. I love the M-50 and i'll join this club
not that the c50 isn't awesome as well :)

I'll have to post a picture of my xmas present. My parents had one of their friends airbrush a picture of my bike onto a shirt and put the boulevard logo on the left breast, and put "Suzuki" and then the red S on the back.

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#8 Unread post by BAJACRUISER » Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:17 am

I join the club ¡ 8)
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#9 Unread post by MotoF150 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 5:53 am

Come on guys! Lets face the facts, The M50 you own now is ur first bike, right? Its the only bike you ever did ride,, huh? OK, you guys don't see the faults in ur M50 cause you never rode any other bike to compaire it too! The M50 will impress the people that never owned a bike but it will never impress any biker, maybe you guys ride alone, I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
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#10 Unread post by Wrider » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:43 am

MotoF150 wrote:Come on guys! Lets face the facts, The M50 you own now is ur first bike, right? Its the only bike you ever did ride,, huh? OK, you guys don't see the faults in ur M50 cause you never rode any other bike to compaire it too! The M50 will impress the people that never owned a bike but it will never impress any biker, maybe you guys ride alone, I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
Funny, no one else has EVER made fun of mine, and Sunday I rode in a toy run. My bike is completely stock, and the guy who organized it, who rode a Honda Black Shadow 1100 and a '47 Harley Shovelhead said he was impressed by it. By the look, and by the power it obviously had. Granted you're right, I've only ever ridden the MSF bike and the Rebel 250 as other bikes, but jeezus Moto, you? a biker? HA Just a few weeks ago you were in here saying "My bike is in the garage, the trimmer is leaned on it, gas spilling all over the seat etc etc etc etc." Why oh why are we subjected to this idjit? Oh, and yes, I'll join, even though I have the older brother of your bike!
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#11 Unread post by jstark47 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 8:21 am

MotoF150 wrote:I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
Ever occur to you that maybe it's not your bike they're laughing at????
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#12 Unread post by brbolin » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:31 am

I'm proud to say I own an '05, blue M50! Yes, it is my first bike, but I've had other people riding on it that have ridden other bikes and they love it, too.
One of my friends has been on everything from Ninjas to Goldwings. Everytime he's over, and it's nice, he asks to ride the Mighty-50. He just loves the way it handles, sounds and rides.
My cousin and uncle both have Harley Fat Boys and they really like my bike, too. Granted...they're not going to go off and trade theirs in on an M50, but they love the styling and were surprised by it's "get-up-and-go".
I'm proud to stand up and say "I OWN AN M50!" :wink:

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#13 Unread post by BlueBomber » Tue Dec 12, 2006 11:26 am

jstark47 wrote:
MotoF150 wrote:I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
Ever occur to you that maybe it's not your bike they're laughing at????
Seconded.

I hung out with a local group called the Pier Rats at a local Cruise Night and the members have things varrying from a Gold Wing to a Harley Sportster to a Honda VTX 1300 and a couple of Kawi Vulcans and Nomads.

All of them thought my bike was awesome, which it is. My friend (the honda owner) took my bike for a ride (and I rode his) and my bike handles better, with less bar shake at certain speeds.

He had one complaint, same on I have. 6th gear would be wonderful addition.

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#14 Unread post by KingRobb » Tue Dec 12, 2006 1:33 pm

MotoF150 wrote:Come on guys! Lets face the facts, The M50 you own now is ur first bike, right? Its the only bike you ever did ride,, huh? OK, you guys don't see the faults in ur M50 cause you never rode any other bike to compaire it too! The M50 will impress the people that never owned a bike but it will never impress any biker, maybe you guys ride alone, I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
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#15 Unread post by Kal » Tue Dec 12, 2006 6:48 pm

MotoF150 wrote:Come on guys! Lets face the facts, The M50 you own now is ur first bike, right? Its the only bike you ever did ride,, huh? OK, you guys don't see the faults in ur M50 cause you never rode any other bike to compaire it too! The M50 will impress the people that never owned a bike but it will never impress any biker, maybe you guys ride alone, I ride with a big group of bikers and im sick and tired of the other bikers laughing and making fun of my M50, im embarressed and ashamed to own one.
How long have you been cryig about this Moto? If you hate it that much sell it, buy another bike you'd prefer and get the "fudge" over it.

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#16 Unread post by MotoF150 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 6:55 pm

real bikers make fun of all the plastic on the bike, it has plastic fenders, air cleaner and plastic engine valve covers, they also make fun of the M50 emblem on the side asking if that means its a 50cc, the painted black engine makes it look cheap, the plastic tank cover and the plastic fork neck cover looks bad when it gets scratched up, the LED tail light makes it look like a kids toy, the painted black wheels look cheap, the black smoke from the exhaust and the "CLUNK" noise it makes while shifting is embarressing, you have to sit on the gas tank to reach the handelbars, and the plastic cap ends on the handlebars always come loose or fall off, the mirrors are too small and not long enough stem to see behind you, the battery has no saftey restraint if you drop the bike, the left bottom anti freeze bottle cover gets scratched up with road dirt and rocks, the front fender isn't long enough to keep the front tire from spashing mud and rocks into ur radiator, the engine kill button is too sensitive when you move ur hand over it by mistake it kills the engine, the electric fuel pump makes too much noise, the chrome headlight cover acts like a mirror and blinds you when the sun hits it, the bike is unstable and the steering wobbles when u ride past 60 mph, there is excessive backlash in the shaft drive, the rear old fashioned shoe brake don't work, the rear suspension is too hard, the seat is too wide for skinny guys, the plastic air cleaner on the right side sticks out too far where ur leg is where you can only plant ur right foot on the outside edge of the footpeg, the footpegs are cheap, the kickstand is too short.
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#17 Unread post by Kal » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:11 pm

Kal wrote:How long have you been cryig about this Moto? If you hate it that much sell it, buy another bike you'd prefer and get the "fudge" over it.

"Life sucks, get a "procreating" helmet."
By the way I know a fair number of real Bikers and we all take the "pee" out of eachothers rides, whatever they are.

Sell your damn bike and get over it.
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#18 Unread post by logitech104 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:18 pm

What intrigued you to buy it in the first place? Didn't you test ride it? :| If it looked so cheap and handled soo bad, then I don't see how you picked this one out of every other bike in the world, or even suzuki's line of bikes... I'm sorry you hate your bike so much.
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#19 Unread post by Ninja Geoff » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:38 pm

The M50 is nice, i'm down. Not my favorite cruiser, but i wouldn't say no to owning one.
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#20 Unread post by basshole » Tue Dec 12, 2006 10:59 pm

And yet you were stupid enough to buy one yourself!!! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: What a TROLL!!!!!
MotoF150 wrote:real bikers make fun of all the plastic on the bike, it has plastic fenders, air cleaner and plastic engine valve covers, they also make fun of the M50 emblem on the side asking if that means its a 50cc, the painted black engine makes it look cheap, the plastic tank cover and the plastic fork neck cover looks bad when it gets scratched up, the LED tail light makes it look like a kids toy, the painted black wheels look cheap, the black smoke from the exhaust and the "CLUNK" noise it makes while shifting is embarressing, you have to sit on the gas tank to reach the handelbars, and the plastic cap ends on the handlebars always come loose or fall off, the mirrors are too small and not long enough stem to see behind you, the battery has no saftey restraint if you drop the bike, the left bottom anti freeze bottle cover gets scratched up with road dirt and rocks, the front fender isn't long enough to keep the front tire from spashing mud and rocks into ur radiator, the engine kill button is too sensitive when you move ur hand over it by mistake it kills the engine, the electric fuel pump makes too much noise, the chrome headlight cover acts like a mirror and blinds you when the sun hits it, the bike is unstable and the steering wobbles when u ride past 60 mph, there is excessive backlash in the shaft drive, the rear old fashioned shoe brake don't work, the rear suspension is too hard, the seat is too wide for skinny guys, the plastic air cleaner on the right side sticks out too far where ur leg is where you can only plant ur right foot on the outside edge of the footpeg, the footpegs are cheap, the kickstand is too short.
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