I don't plan on it either. Love the bike, love the two tone colors. BTW, finished breaking her in today. It was 34 degrees out, but I had to get in some time with her. For the first time since I've got her, there were no other bikes on the road. Guess the cold kept everyone in cages today.
Not Me. I'm going to try to hold on to it for a very long time.
I'll probably go before it does. This is definitely my last bike.
No need to get another since I got what I wanted and I'm very
satisfied with it.
Keeping my 03 fatboy, it will never be another H-D that looks as nice as the 03's. Must be that Gunmetal color and the snaking stripe along side the gas tank that makes me smile everytime I look at it,dog what a color ,awesome man!!!!!!!!
My Ultra is not an '03, it's an '02 and I purchased it then because I wanted the white pearl color. After the 03's came out with their limited colors to choose from, I'm glad I purchased mine when I did.
This is my 14th Harley since coming back from 'Nam in 1970, and it is the best one yet. Unless there are some major upgrades that appeal to me in the future, I'll be riding this one for a long, long time.
One of the reasons that I will keep this one for awhile is that I am just plain tired of playing the price game with dealers. Maybe if more of us hang on to what we already have, the dealers might feel the pinch in the long run.........
Looking for a backup...... trying to find a good, used FXRT or a good, used BMW RT1100 for days when I don't want to take the 'big bike' out, LOL !!!
Here is my plan- I have not had a bike since 1992, it was a 1988, 1500 Wing. Loved that bike, nuff said So, this long with out a bike and I end up getting a Harley This will be my first ever Harley, I plan on paying it off, keeping it for ever If I ever buy another, I will buy out right and keep my 2003 for ever I guess nothin is for ever but you get the idea, I allways like long relationships
No need to trade newer. This 2002 FLHT fits me like a glove. It'll be a pleasure to ride this thing 20 years down the road.
It's cool ridin the other two (Sporty and Interceptor) and they're only 12 and 18 years old.
Nope. My 'Train'll be in the garage for a long, long time. In fact, I said something to the wife this past weekend about getting her a Sportster. And she didn't immediately tell me to pound sand. She even asked about shifting.