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hi guys... would a harley be suitable for daily commute to/from work? If so, which models should i look at?

weekends r usually with family usually will be driving... not much time to go riding. is it a waste to get a harley?

 

what are your enjoyment of owning a harley? would u get ur current ride if its just for the transport to work?

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I ride my Street Bob to work everyday. Total riding time about 1hrs 30 min everyday.

 

All that crap from work goes away the moment I start the engine :)

 

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No, a Harley is not just a transport bike. It takes a real man to ride it and lane split through heavy traffic.

Live to Ride. Ride to Live

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What I'm gonna say may be offensive and hurt some bikers feelings...

So don't be a flower and suck it in...

 

Those days riding harley is awesome...

You can ride and ride and not scrutinize by the white pigs...

The louder the pipes the harlier your bike is...

Putting on vest and ride is like a brotherhood...

There's ride around this island and rides up north...

Mostly rides up north to Malaysia thailand and as far as the road brings...

Those who rides up far will know about Nicky hotel in phuket...

 

These days it's about I have money...

I buy harley....

I wear vest...

I patch founder on my vest coz I'm cool...

I ride to forum for coffee....

I park the bike in front of coffee shop...

I put on shades....

I now look cool...

I don't wear half cap helmet coz it's illegal...

I have a chain attached to my wallet...

I wear LTA approve helmet coz I've got no balls to answer to the authorities...

I send bike service/add accesories to harley singapore coz I need recognition from them...

I don't ride across the causeway coz dangerous...

My insurance don't cover up north highways...

I spent $3K plus for J&H pipes...

I make bike bling bling...

I ride daily to work so my neighbours/colleague can see me ride harley...

 

So to answer your question on riding a harley on daily purpose then the answer yes of coz you can...

It's not a matter how wide the bike is or how heavy the bike is....

It's about how you want to be recognize riding a harley...

Oh come on you are not a small boy who pass the license yesterday...

Be practical and truthful to yourself on why you want to ride a Harley...

Is it the lifestyle or is it about recognition or is it is just whatever the reasons are...

You want practicality then you see the thousands of bikes crossing the causeway...

That bike is practical to ride to go work...

Easy to ride...

Can park anywhere...

No need afraid people steal your bike...

Easy maintenance...

Can even carry the bike up the curb if need too...

 

Hope this answers anyone queries and let's all be truthful...

Cheers and have a good day....

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haha bro... very nice reply. I think I'm having midlife crisis lar. been riding 2b bikes for so long wanna change to "big bike" for then personal shiokness.

 

after reading ur reply & Throttle's post somewhere, i know wat to do liao.. gonna buy used bike, use for a while then change n change... I used to have 2 bikes, 1 for weekend but with a kid, end up just sitting idle.

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haha bro... very nice reply. I think I'm having midlife crisis lar. been riding 2b bikes for so long wanna change to "big bike" for then personal shiokness.

 

after reading ur reply & Throttle's post somewhere, i know wat to do liao.. gonna buy used bike, use for a while then change n change... I used to have 2 bikes, 1 for weekend but with a kid, end up just sitting idle.

I have 2 kids now.... and 4 bikes. Hehehehe

#ShutUp_and_Ride

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Are there any Harley Riders Here?

Tell us what bike you are riding, and what you have done to customise your bikes.

 

Hi guys, i looking forward buy a harley but i'm also not sure about the Pros and Cons, what model and what to look out for when buying one, Been looking for info on harley online but i not been able to find any for newbie to harley, really need some guide here as i have been only been riding jap bike.

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Hi guys, i looking forward buy a harley but i'm also not sure about the Pros and Cons, what model and what to look out for when buying one, Been looking for info on harley online but i not been able to find any for newbie to harley, really need some guide here as i have been only been riding jap bike.

 

 

Jus buy the model you like.

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haha bro... very nice reply. I think I'm having midlife crisis lar. been riding 2b bikes for so long wanna change to "big bike" for then personal shiokness.

 

after reading ur reply & Throttle's post somewhere, i know wat to do liao.. gonna buy used bike, use for a while then change n change... I used to have 2 bikes, 1 for weekend but with a kid, end up just sitting idle.

 

Every bike i buy, i say, its the last and final, but a year later i change anotherr.

 

muayhahahahahah

 

so now its a streetbob with beachbars for me.

easy maintenance, easy riding.

Riding only Saturday night clocking about 20-30km weekly or no more than 1500km per year.

 

every year change oil once, go inspection once and renew insurance and road tax once.

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