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Well now I'm officially the bikeless admin. Busa is gone.

Thats right I sold the busa.


Labdog is now the proud owner of my former ride.

But now we got to figure out what I'm gonna ride. I already have the harley coming in may. but I do want to get another sportbike too. but have absolutly no idea what I want. I'm really thinking some sort of exotic euro twin, but who knows what do you guys think?




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I think yer gonna be ridin bitch with Kelly on group rides so you can nag him on how he's messin up your baby

Hahaha No i just gotta buy something that he really wants to ride, so he'l let me take his bike for a spin




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Naw Tony wants something that not everyone has so I don't see a prilia in the barn anytime soon. I might be wrong , but doubt it

Mv Augusta? I think that's what it's called hell I can't afford em so I don't bother looking really.


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Oh that MV is friggin hot. but they really are pricy. I thought they werelike 20 grand,hell thats more than my harley.




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Isn't illegal to park a Hardley in the same garage that you park some sexy, ultra blinky eyetalian machine
No the harley will just give them some charactor




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MV is a beautiful bike, but for 17-18k I can think of other bikes I'd rather have. They are a total rack, at full lock it pinches your thumbs against the frame!

Find a nice used 996.......so I can ride it.

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A nice Ducati 999 would be cool! I like Kevin's Aprillia. ALthouhg it could use a more unique paint scheme. Flat black is getting a little tired.
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A nice Ducati 999 would be cool! I like Kevin's Aprillia. ALthouhg it could use a more unique paint scheme. Flat black is getting a little tired.
kevin's aprilia is silver.

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RC30 would be cool and unique. RC45 probably too much and too unique. A 996 or even a 916 would be cool. But then you'd have two high maintenance bikes. An RC would be fun, but you will have a big twin already.

The MV? Yeah, would be nice! There are some leftovers and the new 1000 is coming out. You could get a left over F4 for 15, might be silver though.

How about a Brutale? Similar F4 components but naked and more comfortable? Pretty unique, and pretty cool!

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Oh god, not another " what should I get for my next bike" thread
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Oh god, not another " what should I get for my next bike" thread
Hey at least I only do one every 4 years. you got at least 2 a year




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Never was a big fan of Guzzi. although that brutale that Jack posted is catching my eye a bit.




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If I bought another Busa it would be already outfitted with a turbo, and chromed out.




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So I guess now I should tell Labdog about that sweet set of chrome Busa rims I just found for $200??

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Is that the tuono? I think thats the one I was looking at on thier site. I like how high the bars are.




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