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post #1 of 76 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 2019, 6:44 pm Thread Starter
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What Bike Are You Lusting For Today?

Triumph 1200 XE... that is all.


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post #2 of 76 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 2019, 6:55 pm
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Reminds me of my first bike, but I'm sure this is a lot better in every way than a 70's Honda CL360.
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--Monster Anniversario Tricolore (to replace the 08 S4RS Tricolore I should have never sold)
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--2018/19 GL1800 Airbag/DCT
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Triumph 1200 XE... that is all.



I was just at the Triumph dealership today looking at that bike. Honestly that is the only REAL scrambler on the market. That bike will do some dirt!
But it is big and heavy. It's a sweet bike!

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Today? Only today? Or any day this week?

Okay, Okay....today it's a Monster S4RS Tricolore. That is all.......sean

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I'd like a ride in the woods on a new Desert Sled...nice and light compared to the Triumph...

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Right now it’s the new Norton Commando.
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This one by Atom Bomb.

One of the Superbike frames (749 / 999) with an air cooled 2 valve. Gotta love the simplistic utilitarian excellence. Diggin on the large round headlight. Could use a bit more ~seat~ for longer rides though. I really love that swingarm. Super visible tail light, can be seen from the rear and the sides of the bike.




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If I keep bikes I will probably add one of these.

Always wanted one. For going on 20 years now. Hard to find but they do pop up for sale occasionally.

Not sure they are even very good as a usable machine.

Don't care

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Short of that: Mille SP, 998S Bostrom, 1098R, V4S, and upcoming V4 Streetfighter would be OK too.

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post #10 of 76 (permalink) Old Jul 26th, 2019, 10:18 am
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Does it have to be an expensive bike? Because I've been liking what I see in the '19 CB300R - an ultra light weight cafe style bike that greatly improves on Honda's old turds. Around 300 lbs, high 200's when you get rid of the OEM can. Proper Showa suspension, beautiful round LED headlight, radial caliper mount, and just a nice lean look. Only $4649.



Then on the other hand I'll take one of Triumph's just announced limited edition 765 Daytona Moto2 bikes for the street. Only 765 being made and sold in 2020.
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