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Question DetailsAsked on 5/30/2011

What motorcycle do you ride?

I love motorcycles. My second and current bike is a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550SC, it's supposed to be my cheap commuter bike. What do you ride? And why?

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I wouldn't be caught dead on a motorcycle, because I'd be caught dead on a motorcycle!!

Answered 7 years ago by Heathbug

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I have heard the phrase: There are two types of motorcyclists, those who have crashed and those who are going to crash. I'm in the first part, but luckily it was low-speed and caused only damages to the bike.

Answered 7 years ago by Helper Monkey 5000

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I love motorcycles, too. My first bike was a Honda Rebel 250 for three years and now I have a Honda Shadow 600 and that is probably going to be the last bike I need for a while. It is peppy and really well balanced and very comfortable.

Answered 7 years ago by Hondagirl

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In my sorted youth, I had several bikes including a Suzuki GS550E, Honda CX500, and Yamadog 185 Enduro. I had this clown near Plumas (CA) think that turn signals didn't apply to him and made a sudden left turn into my bike. My right ankle took the full brunt of the impact, basically destroying it. I got him back however because the impact literally tore his tire from the wheel <sic> (that last part was meant to be a bad attempt at sarcasm). I have 1.5 lbs of surgical steel in my leg nearly 30 years later. I still walk with a limp at times. On the bright side, I can accurately predict the weather.


I rode for another 2 years after the accident until I was nearly taken out by a Semi along I-880 near Oakland. I think I decided then that my luck was probably about up. I haven't ridden since.

Answered 7 years ago by ETCH Engineer

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Having been a passenger on many bikes, I think my son in law's BMW is the least worrysome

Answered 7 years ago by tessa89




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