It's nice to see Chris is involved in this forum too!
Any pun intended? ;DLow said:Desiree, I have to say that's the biggest compliment we have ever gotten. Thanks for your interest in our product.
I'd say "Removed the censored sign, and you got a deal"Ares said:Sounds like she deserves a FREE chin spoiler. (fingers crossed)Low said:Desiree, I have to say that's the biggest compliment we have ever gotten. Thanks for your interest in our product.
I know, but i'm trying to keep the topic alive! ;DAres said:I've already said if she gets a free chin spoiler that can be arranged.
MPM said:Here is my entry: I don't have many pictures after I picked up the bike the weather turned cold and miserable again and I put the bike back in storage.
I had been looking for a cruiser style motorcycle for over a year because I couldn't keep riding / fixing my '85 Honda VF700F Interceptor for much longer. I have surgical anchors in both of my shoulders from an accident I had when I was younger and could not ride sport bikes for any given length of time. I looked at many bikes of all brands over that year and I never quite found the seating position that would be most comfortable for me. I went to the local dealership to look at a used Suzuki M109R that they had taken in on trade. That bike actually sold as fast as they took it in which was well before I got there. So instead of wasting the trip I browsed through the dealership, checked out the Honda Fury that was there as well as the Raider. That is when I saw the Stryker in the showroom. I loved the styling and the blacked out color scheme of the Raven it was attention grabbing. Turns out the riding position is perfect for me, I was sold. I took about a week to do some research check on some of the aftermarket parts and look at reviews. I saw the custom bikes done by Low & Mean(only ones done at that time) and knew that there would be more options for customization to come. My wife finally said stop thinking about the bike and go buy it. Next day signed the papers at the dealer and felt pretty stupid to leave the bike in storage but there was still snow and ice on the ground. :-\