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Just remember Danny,90% of all Harley Davidsons are still on the road....The other 10% managed to make it back home.
Take out a little road side assistance mate.
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On 2013-06-04 18:10, Ray Tupper. wrote:
Just remember Danny,90% of all Harley Davidsons are still on the road....The other 10% managed to make it back home.
Take out a little road side assistance mate.


lol. Well, it's not like AMF is making them anymore. In the recent Consumer Report study on motorcycle reliability Harley actually rated better than BMW. However, both ranked behind the Japanese bikes. But yes, I would say roadside assistance is a good idea whether you are driving a bike or a car, regardless of the make.
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The place in Milwaukee?
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As for road side assistance. Oh hell yea. I put every mile on ky 2010 Mustang and I have it. No doubt a good idea.
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Hmmm I have just found out there is a Harly dealer a mere couple miles away from me .... no I think I am too old. But I might just go and have a look though.
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Good on ya', Danny! I have a 1200 and it is WAY enough bike for anyone. Enjoy!

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It sure is for me.
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Yes, Milwaukee. The home of Harley! Major celebration for the 110th Anniversary coming up in August including UFC 164 Harley-Davidson Hometown Throwdown.

http://110.harley-davidson.com/en_US
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Yea been there. I lived in Chicago and made that pilgrimage. Milwaukee is an interesting town.
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Happy riding, Danny. I had many good times when I rode an HD Evo. We used to ride to Sturgis every year in the late nineties. Then one day I took a challenge to ride a friend's Yamaha in an impromptu race around a construction site. It was a real crotch rocket and I managed to jump a ditch, flip over forwards, and fly about forty feet before landing on my back on a pile of dirt. The playing cards I'd had in my jacket pocket showered down around me as my friend, Texas Johnny O' shouted, "Are you dead?"

Fun times.
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We apparently differ somewhat on our definitions of the word "fun". LOL.
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Well, I didn't get hurt all that badly. (Although walking was difficult for a few days.) The image of the cards showering down around me is stuck in my memory forever.

My biker friends all called me "Crash" after that incident. I never rode a Japanese bike again!
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Congrats on your purchase of a Harley. I am not a biker myself, but obviously, the Harley was something you really wanted and worked hard to get, so, congratulations.
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On 2013-06-05 11:40, mastermindreader wrote:
Happy riding, Danny. I had many good times when I rode an HD Evo. We used to ride to Sturgis every year in the late nineties. Then one day I took a challenge to ride a friend's Yamaha in an impromptu race around a construction site. It was a real crotch rocket and I managed to jump a ditch, flip over forwards, and fly about forty feet before landing on my back on a pile of dirt. The playing cards I'd had in my jacket pocket showered down around me as my friend, Texas Johnny O' shouted, "Are you dead?"

Fun times.
:eek:


Is there video of that sir? I'd pay to see that one...
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Thankfully no!
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Hereafter may I call you Crash?
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Why not? Now that you are a Harley rider, it's okay by me.
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I just wanted it clear from the start it is out of respect. Which is why I always ask.
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