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Saw that another three Indiana dealers got Sportster S models this week.

Looks like ALL sold the same day they were received!
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overhere goes an old saying
"chi disprezza compra"
who despise it... is the same one who will buy it

let's try that ugly bike first....
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Used to scratch my head while looking at Suzuki Re5

These new sportsters are making my hair itch also.
Gotta love a wankel rotary even when inducing head scratching. Not sure about loving the S however. Looking forward to seeing the new motor in something "more me"
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I was looking forward to the Bronx. Of all the new bikes, that was the one that caught my eye. Then they dropped it after saying it was supposed to be released around the same time as the Pan America. That makes no sense to me.

The Life Preserver tired S really does nothing for me.
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Personally I'm glad these are selling. Our old air cooled bikes are no more and if selling a bunch of these allows them to diversify the model, creating something for everyone, then I'm all for it. I will take a rodsterish model. Trace what would you like?
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Like Trace said, it has to be "more me"
So...maybe....I said MAYBE...I could be interested if it looked like a '77 Low Rider




...but that would never happen...
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Well I picked mine up last Saturday and I love it. May not be as classically styled as my Roadster but the bike has its own modern look and commands attention. The motor and transmission are awesome; look forward to lots of miles and adventures.
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