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Got myself a touring machine

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by 99sidude, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. 99sidude

    99sidude Moderator Moderator VIP

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    CBR1100XX. The 919 doesn't cut it on the multi-day trips.
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    Awesome blackbird. 919 is a great around and about bike. Not so much for wind in your face highway riding.

    IMO you can't have one bike. You need 3.

    Around and about bike
    Touring bike
    Balls to the wall bike

    And maybe a 4th if you like enduros.
     
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    Why am I learning about this on Hondaswap?
     
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    This sort of satisfies all three of those, though I doubt it will be as toss-able as the 919. Agreed though. I need an enduro still. Also keeping an eye out for an old 60's bike as a restoration project.
     
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