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    For me, Harley-Davidson produces the most iconic...

    For me, Harley-Davidson produces the most iconic bikes available on the market. Nothing evocates the feelings that a Harley does, and the history of the company as well as the role Harley Davidson...
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    Those are great bikes and have been on my radar...

    Those are great bikes and have been on my radar for a while, my own personal favorite is a Fat Boy Soft tail. I'm a big fan of soft tails and the fatboy has a mix of design specifications that most...
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    This sounds like a good idea, though you have to...

    This sounds like a good idea, though you have to make sure the fuel cans are filled and carried safely and efficiently. I never ride out far enough for this to be a major concern but it seems to make...
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    I agree that basic checks are something of a...

    I agree that basic checks are something of a necessity, especially when you are new to riding. You can also add checking the chain and breaks to your list but for most the checks you mentioned are...
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    What kind of service do you require? I know some...

    What kind of service do you require? I know some places are better than others but fuelling is quite a straightforward process. You pull up, fill your tank, pay, and then you're gone. If you are...
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    Going through a safety course is a great idea,...

    Going through a safety course is a great idea, it's also helpful to get out on your bike early at the weekends when they are less people out driving. This gives you more time to get comfortable, with...
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    You can go tubeless but you'll have to factor in...

    You can go tubeless but you'll have to factor in cost. If changing the wheels is too much of an outgoing you need to think about the cost of getting the spokes sealed and then maintaining the wheels...
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    It looks like a great bike and a sweet ride. I've...

    It looks like a great bike and a sweet ride. I've never seen one up close or met anyone who owns one. By the looks of it I assume it's going to cost quite a bit to get hold of.
  9. I also get my parts locally. I'm lucky to be...

    I also get my parts locally. I'm lucky to be close to a dealer that provides all that I need. I think the best bet would be to order from an authorized dealer that operates online. If you're looking...
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    How Often Do You Ride?

    Not everyone has the ability to go out and ride on a daily basis, I do most of my riding at the weekends. How often do other people get out there and ride, and generally for how long?
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    Your Dream Bike

    So, if money was no object and you could have any bike you wanted which bike would you go for? It can be either a modern day model or a rare classic, let me know?
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    I would think the battery is dead, was there any...

    I would think the battery is dead, was there any response or was it completely flat? You can also google the problem just to be sure and check if it may be a very common issue with your model.
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    Whilst not really a bike movie, I found the Dark...

    Whilst not really a bike movie, I found the Dark Knight movies to have a great biking moment. When the bat mobile gets destroyed and batman rides off on that big wheeled monster I thought it was a...
  14. I try to go out with a positive attitude as I...

    I try to go out with a positive attitude as I think it affects what happens to you on the road, especially on a bike. But at the back of my mind getting into a bad situation is something I'm always...
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    I like to wear my riding pants with my jacket....

    I like to wear my riding pants with my jacket. Both leather and feel great when on the bike, I sometimes wear shades if the weather is nice and sunny, and if I feel like it I have a bandana I like to...
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    Yes this is true, I think it's best for new...

    Yes this is true, I think it's best for new riders to ride conservatively and look to ride with more power as they become more experienced. It depends on the bike but there is often a lot of power in...
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    I'm more of a throttle and weight man myself. I...

    I'm more of a throttle and weight man myself. I like to see how responsive the bike is and how it accelerates according to my use of the throttle. I also like to take time to get used to the weight...
  18. Wow, that's a huge fine. I guess it depends on...

    Wow, that's a huge fine. I guess it depends on just how bad the emissions were and how long the problem went on for. I have faith that the engineers at Harley will figure out how to merge high output...
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    Can't really be sure what the problem could have...

    Can't really be sure what the problem could have been, there's a few things that could go wrong, but I suppose you've solved the problem by now. What did it turn out to be?
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    I've never heard of someone getting a ticket...

    I've never heard of someone getting a ticket after a police officer went through their tool box. As long as your bike looks to be in good condition and you are riding responsibly, the police won't...
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    As Malcolm said just check the primary chain...

    As Malcolm said just check the primary chain cases. I think it's a good idea to run over the basics. Anything else and just take it in for checking. Most times the problems aren't major but you have...
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    Nearly New vs Classic

    I'm stuck between picking a newer second hand model versus going for a classic from the 60's/70's. My take is that I will save making a larger payment initially with a classic model and can spend on...
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    There's no one size fits all solution regarding...

    There's no one size fits all solution regarding oil changing. It depends on engine specifics, frequency of use, and even the average temperatures of where you live. Also, not everyone likes to...
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    Seems like all the hard work is in the switch...

    Seems like all the hard work is in the switch over. Once the door has been automated, things become much easier. Haven't done this myself but seems to be way more efficient than doing everything...
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    Congrats, still saving up myself. Did you have a...

    Congrats, still saving up myself. Did you have a specific budget to stick to or did the bike jump out at you? Stuck between getting an older bike and revamping it and buying something I can ride...
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