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Hello all, I'm Ray, a newly retired teacher. I now own the two most powerful motorcycle made by Suzuki. The Boulevard C109RT and the Hayabusa. Why two bikes ? Well one has to make sure to have something to ride while waiting for parts. The busa has been my dream bike ever since it came out, but you have to have a cruiser/touring bike for longer trips when you need to haul gear and such.
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Welcome to the forum, and congrats on getting another great bike. I solved the hauling problem in a different way, my wife has a C50T and she just carries all the extra stuff in her bags. :)
 

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I understand your need for more than one bike. I have had more than one for more than thirty years. It is comforting to know that there are always one or two or more other bikes to ride when one is down for repairs or maintenance.
 

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Hello all, I'm Ray, a newly retired teacher. I now own the two most powerful motorcycle made by Suzuki. The Boulevard C109RT and the Hayabusa. Why two bikes ? Well one has to make sure to have something to ride while waiting for parts. The busa has been my dream bike ever since it came out, but you have to have a cruiser/touring bike for longer trips when you need to haul gear and such. View attachment 421068
Hello Mr. Ray I'm glad to have you. As a student, I want to continue my education in Canada. Which career do you advise for me to pursue after intermediate? You could also direct me to study abroad consultants for more advice.
 
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