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It seems to me that a lot of the M109R owners are older sportbike guys. I happen to like the cruisers but have always wanted a faster, more sleek and sporty musclebike. I tend to shy away from the classic boulevard look. I really like this new sled. But, I can't get rid of Ol' Yeller, she's got a lot more of the "coolness" factor than the 109'er. Looks like I'll have two bikes in the garage soon, one for flyin' and one for showin'.:bigthumbsup:
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Definately a very sharp bike!! Ol'yeller probably would be hard for any of us to get rid of! If you got the money park em side by side in the garage! You won't be disappointed with the 109! :bigthumbsup:
 

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Thanks for the complement. I was in San Antonio a couple of weeks ago and stopped by Alamo Cycleplex with my wife and see if they had a 109'er. Sure enough they did. A nice shiney black one. OOOOO La La!!! I asked my wife which bike she liked more, the 109'er or O'l Yeller. She said, "It's a completely differnt style of bike." But she did like it. She said if I could get approved for the loan I could get it. The last time she said that I bought Ol' Yeller. I figure I'll wait and get my bike paid off first then hop onto a 109'er. She's right though, it is a totaly different animal.
 

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sheesh....they way you talked..."I guess I'll hang on to her"...I thought you were talking about a beater!! Beautiful bike bro!

 

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there's a lot to like about that bike, very sweet!
 

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Thanks for the love, I think I'm gettin' misty. Kidding! Thanks though. My next ride is a 109'er. :D
 

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OYChoppa said:
It seems to me that a lot of the M109R owners are older sportbike guys. I happen to like the cruisers but have always wanted a faster, more sleek and sporty musclebike. I tend to shy away from the classic boulevard look. I really like this new sled. But, I can't get rid of Ol' Yeller, she's got a lot more of the "coolness" factor than the 109'er. Looks like I'll have two bikes in the garage soon, one for flyin' and one for showin'.:bigthumbsup:
http://www.hellrisercustoms.com/oychoppa
Hey that is a very nice bike and no worries i got 2 also but my other bike is a 1976 KZ900 i am sure a lot of people on here have more than one bike..........Also i have access to a 03 VTX 1800 which is my moms and i like riding it from time to time so nothing wrong with having more than one bike or access to more than one bike.......... :D
 

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I think all bikers should have more than one bike. I wish I had one for every mood. Man, I would have to build a garage the size of my house! :bigthumbsup:
 

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OYChoppa said:
I think all bikers should have more than one bike. I wish I had one for every mood. Man, I would have to build a garage the size of my house! :bigthumbsup:
"A man can never have enough toys" :) :) :) :)
 
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