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Hey, just wanted to say hi! :D I've been admiring harleys, and all motorcycles, for years. Now, I'm about to sell my mustang, that I've had for years, and done just about everything to. It's time for a new hobby, so hopefully, if the expense of buying a house this year doesn't hinder my wallet too much, I will be purchasing my very first bike soon. Not sure exactly what I will get, new or used, and what model. But, Someday....... :)

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As a hobby? Ya might as well keep the Mustang.
 

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JimmyK said:
As a hobby? Ya might as well keep the Mustang.
Welcome aboard!
I can't speak for Jimmy but I believe he means for some of us it's NOT a hobby but a way of life.I don't know many people who have,say,a power boat tattoed on their arm.

You've come to the right place,ask questions & get involved.

Enjoy the forum.
guido
 

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hey Someday welcome aboard ya dont have to be ridin to enjoy this site
their is plenty always happenin here. i have a 66 mustang coupe and a 86 softail custom. maybe you could find a way to keep the stang!!
 

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Welcome Someday, I mean Today, I mean you can post now......
 

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Harleys get way past the hobby satge, more like borderline "sickness".
 

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wurkenman said:
Harleys get way past the hobby satge, more like borderline "sickness".
...no,definitely a sickness,allmost a disease,with no known cure but a little wind,just one small problem......it's about 5 deegrees out!
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Colder here too, and still no snow for the sled! Yes Ive got the disease, no cure untill the warm weather.
 

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Welcome, enjoy the site and I hope you can Someday post a lot ;)


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Screw the Mustang. Buy a Corvette and a Harley. They really do look good next to each other in the garage:D :D :D
 

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Welcome Someday,

As for a bike recommendation that is pure personal choice, your best bet is to read upon the various models you think you might be interested in. Take the motorcycle safety course (MSF) they usually teach it at the local Community Colleges. Then talk to people, get their opinion, remember that is only their opinion, then go rent a few of the ones you might be interested in. It maybe expensive for a weekend but a lot cheap than buying a bike and finding out that you would rather have a different model. Just do the research, read the mags and check on line for reviews, then rent to see if that is something you could live with for several years. But it’s a way of life and much more than a hobby.

Enjoy and hope this helps,

Dave
 
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