LOL. I am 54 and I got an XL 883 last year. A 2005. Im about to get a Zipper' Torkster package on it and some goodies to put some spark in it. Maybe put a more desirable cam in it next year to keep the juice flowing. Im not sure where all this goes but I dont care. I just want to get out and ride and hear this machine between my legs ready to do my bidding.tguil said:I'm 63 and have a 1995 Sportster 1200 andf a 2002 Super Glide (just a Sportster on steroids). I have considered a "bagger" from time to time, but I'm really not old enough yet.
43 here. Traded an 04' 1200R for a Buell XB (have had 2 of them). Now, between the XB and the Springer Classic I thinks all my riding needs are satisfied.roycrown said:51 years old, and can't see myself ever, ever "moving up" to a Big Twin. I could have afforded any Harley in the catalog, ended up with 2 Sportsters and a Buell.
When I turned 50 I decided that I would start subtracting years instead of adding them. Therefore I'm now down to 44 years old. My goal is to make it back into my teens and enjoy again the feeling of indestructability and endless vigor before I croak...and I'll still be riding my Sporty :thumbsup:jl28 said:Just curious as to the age of you guys \girls that ride sportys.I'll start,I'm 45.