Sooner or later you'll learn that you need to shut up and learn rather than pretend you know anything about bikes.Marvin wrote:My personal #1 rule on any motorcycle or scooter is it has to have radial tires,,,, not bias-ply! To me its the tires on the bike that makes the bike ride and handle, to me bias ply tires are dangerous on wet roads, for the longest time my dream bike was the Suzuki V Strom, but always in the past they came with bias ply tires, (new ones switched to radials) and thats the only reason I didn't buy one and thats one of the main reasons I purchaced a Yamaha Tmax cause it came with radials...it drives me crazy how new people that were never on any motorcycle before wants a cruiser bike with bias ply tires on it cause these bikes are the toughest to handle and ride and that makes it rougher for a beginner to ride, thats why I always recommend the 600-650cc sport bikes as a beginner bike such as the Suzuki SV650S, or the Kawasaki 650 Ninja, Yamaha FZ6-FZ8 cause these bikes are very easy to ride and handle and with radial tires they get great traction on wet roads. My newest dream bike is the Honda Interceptor, took one for a test ride once,, at low throttle it feels like a slow 250cc bike but at high throttle the engine comes alive like a monster that rips your arms out trying to hold on!
So does a monkey on a leash...Marvin wrote:...yes it does attract attention!
When you brag incessantly about your skills, your looks and can't keep your stories straight, you set yourself up for the ridicule you get. Here you tell me you've owned and ridden bikes for 25 years, funny thing is, you only put 8 years riding in your profile... Go ahead and change it now, but everyone has seen this lie right up front. Now, put your good looks and best bike up front and prove what you say, or just shut up, we're sick of the BS that you spew nonstop...Marvin wrote:dr_bar? I have been owning and riding motorcycles for 25 years,
Nobody has the same experience as you, because no one else can hear the voices in your head. Try a tin-foil hat, they really work sometimes.....Marvin wrote:I just thought if I would share how I feel that someone with the same experience I do would agree with me.