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Old 07-21-2008, 03:49 PM   #21
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WOW, good deal!! Are the 1000 shocks better? Or, is it b/c they're firmer?? Oooohh, carbon fiber!!
do you ride?
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No, but I'm a cycle enthusiast/general gearhead. I used to have a 2000 250 Ninja, that was given to me by a friend, but I just heard it run. I'd love to have a chopper, though, a one-off!! Or, a sportsbike, dropped, stretched..... (mouth falls open, and starts drooling)

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No, but I'm a cycle enthusiast/general gearhead. I used to have a 2000 250 Ninja, that was given to me by a friend, but I just heard it run. I'd love to have a chopper, though, a one-off!! Or, a sportsbike, dropped, stretched..... (mouth falls open, and starts drooling)
i was the same way. riding is therapy. i hope you get one. check into a bike like mine, they sound like choppers kinda, and they are affordable. look at svrider.com . you can see what you can do with these bikes. i pay 168 a month for mine and its good on gas.
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I've really been thinking about one. I'll have to wait, though. The insurance prices will offset the savings on gas for a 21-yr-old like me :(
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I've really been thinking about one. I'll have to wait, though. The insurance prices will offset the savings on gas for a 21-yr-old like me :(
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