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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    were folks behind you beeping cause you all were going to slow?


    I did 1000 miles on an sv650 in WV two years ago in 5 days.
    My V-Star 650 recently did over a 1000 miles in 4 days. It was a great relaxing trip. 1000 miles ain't so bad, we went up from CO to Mount Rushmore and then up to Deadwood (that place sucks), hit up Devil's Tower, rode over to Buffalo, WY (near Big Horn). Lots of fun.

    Interesting note on that trip. Two Yamahas and two Harleys went up, two Yamahas came back.
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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    The last one I listed is wicked.
    I like the Burgman and Aprilla scoots are alright but the SYM brand scoots come with ceramic lined cylinders.
    In Taiwan, they have lifetime warranties on the engines.

    Plus the injected model get a listed 90+/- mpg's.

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    I'm more of a fan of the modernish BMW look.
    I just checked out the Aprilla line of bikes and was seriously impressed.



    Beautiful rides.
    Yeah they are...and at 840ccs...you just dont need more power than that. Im not sure you could apply it if you had it. Small tank box, but other than that...very nice. The autos have come a long way

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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Give them credit for sticking around Milwaukee for 107 years...... I spent a week there a couple of times, and that was enough for me. Nothing wrong with the city, but the weather sure does suck.

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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave


    Give them credit for sticking around Milwaukee for 107 years...... I spent a week there a couple of times, and that was enough for me. Nothing wrong with the city, but the weather sure does suck.
    It's currently 80 and sunny. What are you smoking?
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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Yeah they are...and at 840ccs...you just dont need more power than that. Im not sure you could apply it if you had it. Small tank box, but other than that...very nice. The autos have come a long way







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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    The last one I listed is wicked.
    I like the Burgman and Aprilla scoots are alright but the SYM brand scoots come with ceramic lined cylinders.
    In Taiwan, they have lifetime warranties on the engines.

    Plus the injected model get a listed 90+/- mpg's.
    When I want to save gas I usually just ride my dirt bike. I measured it and it gets like 55 MPG. Plus I can take short cuts through ditches and stuff.

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    Re: After 107 years in Milwaukee, Harley could leave

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    When I want to save gas I usually just ride my dirt bike. I measured it and it gets like 55 MPG. Plus I can take short cuts through ditches and stuff.
    Sigh, my love of scooters has made me ghey to both liberals and conservatives.
    I'm doing a service here, uniting opposing factions.
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