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aaron
My 2nd bike is a KLR 650. Who else has more than one bike? Show us a pic.012161315ffa5b382338dbfcc4c69286.jpg
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twotone
Just picked up this... 
 
 
 
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2007 Ducati Monster S4RS.  Arguably the best Monster ever made.  Came from the factory with the 999 Superbike motor, Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes, and forged Marchesini wheels.  This one was well taken care of, with only 12,700 miles on it.  Largely unmolested except for the full Arrow exhaust.
 
:)
 
- Paulie
 
Wow, good score mate,
That is an object of beauty, they go pretty hard as well?

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jchin3081
If this was posted a few months back I would have had more than one bike in the garage. Lol. Only the FZ at this time. Give me a year and maybe I'll have another bike so I can post a pic.
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hobbs
81 Ironhead that's a work in progress.
Not much in common with the FZ, which was the idea.
 
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Everything went braap.

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Just picked up this... 
 
 
 
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2007 Ducati Monster S4RS.  Arguably the best Monster ever made.  Came from the factory with the 999 Superbike motor, Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes, and forged Marchesini wheels.  This one was well taken care of, with only 12,700 miles on it.  Largely unmolested except for the full Arrow exhaust.
 
:)
 
- Paulie
I do not envy you having to keep those wheels clean but that bike is gorgeous. 
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hamster
Nice!!
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Safe riding!

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slow06er
Two for now, but one I ride more than the other.
 
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biggaudi
I have my fz07, but also picked up a 1972 Cb750. It's a rust bucket project bike. I'm excited to get started on it.
 
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foothills
Had a HD Fat Bob and R3 - was a good contrast with light sporty bike and big torque monster.  Traded the R3 on the FZ07 and now the Fat Bob is for sale - great bike but really only thing it will do well that the FZ won't is two up riding, which is mainly what I got it for but the wife has decided she won't ride.  
 
If you're only going to have one bike, the FZ is a great all-purpose solution.  I will probably end up with a small dual sport as a second bike after the HD is gone to do some light trails and share the commuting duty.IMG_1562.jpg
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motomeek
 
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2016 Ducati Scrambler - Full Throttle
 
 
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Instagram: @meekmade | You don't need to flat foot a bike to ride it.

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aaron
Had a HD Fat Bob and R3 - was a good contrast with light sporty bike and big torque monster.  Traded the R3 on the FZ07 and now the Fat Bob is for sale - great bike but really only thing it will do well that the FZ won't is two up riding, which is mainly what I got it for but the wife has decided she won't ride.   
If you're only going to have one bike, the FZ is a great all-purpose solution.  I will probably end up with a small dual sport as a second bike after the HD is gone to do some light trails and share the commuting duty.
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Can't go wrong with a dual sport. I love mine. A word of advice. Stay with a smaller dual sport bike. My KLR is a bit heavy for tighter trails. I am actually going to try to sell it in the spring and get a smaller dual sport. The Yamaha WR250R is an awesome little bike, the CRF250L is pretty nice too.

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pattonme
2002 Aprilia RSV-R (ohlins+marchesini)
2004 Aprilia Tuono (showa, Akro WSB 2-2 pipes and chip)
2005 KTM 690SM w/ marchesini
2008 DRZ400-SM
1994 Triumph Daytona 900 (project)
2002 SV650-N
2000 SV650 (pieces)
2001 SV650-S
2005 KTM 525SMR
2014 FZ09
 
Everything cost 3-4K (or less) except the 690 which was 5 and Aprilias which were each under 6.
 
Needless to say I need to sell some of these. Anyone want?

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My brand new $1000 beater bike - 1992 Honda 750 Nighthawk
 
... truth be known, I'm in the process of flipping it for a tidy profit :)
 
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peteinpa
I almost got a 90's- 2003 750 Nighthawk!
 
Then changed my mind for the FZ- 07.
 
Had an 83 650 Nihgthwk from 84 to 86. Great bike!!
 
Then 85 1100 Sabre.
Then 98 CBR1100XX.
2 XR650L's 1 KLX650C
 
I know pics...Currently...
06 Honda ST1300 55K miles
81 Yamaha QT50 Now a 60.
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Got new red 2015 FZ-07 on 7/22/16!
Black 2006 Honda ST1300 53K miles.

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Beemer
I almost got a 90's- 2003 750 Nighthawk! 
Then changed my mind for the FZ- 07.
 
Had an 83 650 Nihgthwk from 84 to 86. Great bike!!
 
Then 85 1100 Sabre.
Then 98 CBR1100XX.
2 XR650L's 1 KLX650C
 
I know pics...Currently...
06 Honda ST1300 55K miles
81 Yamaha QT50 Now a 60.
Always liked the Sabre. Never owned or ridden one but liked their looks, 121 V4 h.p., seating position and the fact they were a bit of a sleeper. Oh, and the shaft drive.

Beemer

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