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Dropping the sprocket doesn't change much realistically on the Bonnie, I've ridden a friends Thruxton with a 17t, and a friends Bonnie with a 17t + big bore kit and airbox removal. It's still an engine that sort of dies above 4k, still 500lbs, etc, etc. I pay $70/month for full insurance with Dairyland on a 2013 STR in a not so great (insurance wise) area code in Philadelphia. It's honestly pretty fun and even without the fairings it handles fine on the highway. The...
Bonneville was my first bike, so I was sad to see it go. I had both the Bonnie and Street for a little while, but just didn't have the space to keep them both.The Bonneville awesome. Comfortable (with new suspension), torque-y at the low end, and looked badass. It was just heavy, slow, and became a little boring to me over time. I found myself wanting a lighter, more nimble, faster bike so looked at the Street R's. Anytime I rode the Bonnie in a spirited manner, I always...
Just picked this up a week or two ago coming from a Bonneville. In love. Anyone here ride in / near Philadelphia?
Sorry, haven't had time to creep the thread, but have the Couro Chromo trainers shipped yet?
looking for a toj bomber in 48 or 50
Sorry if it's already been said, but any luck on a restock of the tennis shoes? I slept on them, but really wanted a black / gum.
Sold, thanks guys
TRADED - GONE - NO LONGER HAVE THIS, KTHNKZ I have an Omega Speedmaster Pro 3572.50 for sale. It's the best Speedy Pro in my opinion with the beautiful hesalite domed front crystal, but with the sapphire back crystal to see the 1861 movement inside. It has the rarer "T" tritium dial that has evenly faded markers and hands. Very beautiful in the flesh, please excuse any dust, dirt, or fingerprints in the photos. Condition wise, it's a very conservative 8.5/10. In the...
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