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23rd February 2008, 19:40
I bought a 2004 883c sporty in october. Great bike, kinda cool with a bobtail! back fender. However, i have only had a couple of rides on it before snow and cold came our way. Now it is stored until spring. long winters here in the Maritimes of Canada. East coast. Drive to Maine, turn right and stop before you hit Nova Scotia. I live in New Brunswick (not the one in New Jersey). This is my first Harley. Others were Japanese bikes. Main roads around here are ok but the back roads are usually terrible. That is where the scenery is though so that is where I prefer to ride. We are right beside Maine so lots of scenery there too. As far as my age, well I have lots. Under 60 over 45.
23rd February 2008, 19:46
Welcome from Southern California
23rd February 2008, 19:56
23rd February 2008, 20:29
Welcome to the forum from England, enjoy the ride :o)
23rd February 2008, 20:48
Welcome to the forum from Upstate NY.:banadanc
23rd February 2008, 20:51
Welcome from New Jersey (not New Brunswick, though) :)
23rd February 2008, 20:58
Welcome to the forum!
23rd February 2008, 21:01
Welcome to the Forum from the UK!
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Great bike, kinda cool with a bobber back fender.Do you mean 'bobber', or 'bobtail'?
23rd February 2008, 22:30
welcome from sunny Fl. Sorry to here you aren't riding now. I get to ride all year.
24th February 2008, 01:35
Welcome from Boulder, Colorado!
24th February 2008, 01:40
Welcome from Delaware!
24th February 2008, 01:43
Welcome from Upstate NY, WINTER SUCKS!!!
24th February 2008, 01:43
Welcome from Spartan Country Michigan!
24th February 2008, 02:19
Welcome to the forum from the Windy City!!
24th February 2008, 05:39
Drive to Maine, turn right and stop before you hit Nova Scotia. I live in New Brunswick (not the one in New Jersey). This is my first Harley. Others were Japanese bikes. Main roads around here are ok but the back roads are usually terrible. That is where the scenery is though so that is where I prefer to ride. We are right beside Maine so lots of scenery there too.
I am planning on doing just that! My friend and I will be on our Sporties this August, turning right in Maine Rt (Rt 9) and headed to St John (Rt 1) crossing in Calais. Care to meet up? We will have about 4 days to ride around that area and we could always use a tour guide!
My uncle lives on Northumberland St. (I believe). Ever heard of it?
Almost forgot my manners....
WELCOME TO XLF!!!!!!!!
24th February 2008, 05:41
Welcome from San Diego, CA.
24th February 2008, 11:38
It's times like this when I really enjoy my heated garage!! :clap
24th February 2008, 20:25
Welcome from New Mexico
24th February 2008, 21:11
Welcome from CT.
Enjoy the Freedom........................
24th February 2008, 21:19
Welcome from Felixstowe uk
24th February 2008, 21:33
:welcome to the XLF from New Hampshire
I've got family in downeast Maine. It's kind of remote.
25th February 2008, 12:29
Welcome to the Forum from the Republic of Nevada!!!
25th February 2008, 13:53
welcome to the forum.
25th February 2008, 16:18
Welcome to the forum, sounds like you have some nice ridding country.
6th March 2008, 04:03
Welcome to another Canuck waiting for spring!
6th March 2008, 04:08
welcome to the forum from longmont co.
6th March 2008, 09:58
:welcome from Sunny Florida.
11th March 2008, 23:34
wecome from central ohio
i think my brother is old n crazy
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