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    Finally got our new M109 -got delayed because of bike week as we didn't want to take delivery until the Corbin saddle and bags were ready. It was frustrating but worth waiting for.

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    Very Active Member TM109R's Avatar
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    Nice bike with a FAT rear end. You could ride cross country with that setup, easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burlewebb View Post
    Finally got our new M109 -got delayed because of bike week as we didn't want to take delivery until the Corbin saddle and bags were ready. It was frustrating but worth waiting for.

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    That is a beauty! That setup must have cost you a fortune, but well worth the money, you only live once.
    Manny

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    Welcome to the Forum Burlewebb, and most of all CONGRATULATIONS on becoming an M109R. Although I’m not a fan of side bags and/or front fairings, I think your bike looks very nice. I hope you and yours have a multitude of joyful, memorable, and safe times on your new BEAST!!!😁👍🏆👍😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDAH-9 View Post
    Welcome to the Forum Burlewebb, and most of all CONGRATULATIONS on becoming an M109R. Although I’m not a fan of side bags and/or front fairings, I think your bike looks very nice. I hope you and yours have a multitude of joyful, memorable, and safe times on your new BEAST!!!😁👍🏆👍😁
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBarros View Post
    That is a beauty! That setup must have cost you a fortune, but well worth the money, you only live once.
    That's what we thought. Our best friends have an Indian and our previous bike was a BMW K1200S and the two do not go together. This makes riding with our friends much better.

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    Very nice!

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    Welcome to the forum and most importantly welcome to the Beast!! I love the thought of not wearing a back pack on my daily but I have several to choose from and yet I still wear the back pack. Those bags look sweet! Oh and I'm a little partial to the color scheme as well. Enjoy, God bless and I hope you saved some 💲💲💲 for power mods.
    The funny thing is that you will be impressed by the power and likely a little scared by it at times but that surge of adrenaline makes you want more and more.
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