Discussion in 'General VFR Discussions' started by jaimev34, Sep 11, 2008.
All Hondas - 1997 VFR, 1991 Hawk GT, 2012 Pilot
I am a full-time Biker year round. I use my 05 VFR and Harley Heritage mostly in the warmer months. I use my 2k VFR, and 94 Suzuki Intruder mostly in the winter months. I also use my Mongoose 15 speed bicycle year round.
When its too wet to ride I have my Moke. With the top off its close to being on the bike without the helmet
2014 Kia Soul. I did not even know what it was until I got one as a rental a couple years ago.
It has funky styling which grew on me. It is practical, and they have a good reliability rating.
Also the prices are good. It's not fast, but that's what the bike is for.
Dang, Emon. I am bundling up good when it is 20 degrees warmer here, because I am cold.
Please tell me Emon. You don't loose your balance in a cage and fall out do you. We can arrange to have a pair of training wheels attached so you have six to keep you up. Or should we remove one and have you start with three wheels. I was a year round rider but that has slowed down since I retired the second time. But I think we are milder here on the wet coast than you are out east.
I've never posted up on what I drive. Damned.
Here it is. 2018 Sierra 2300 Duramax. Love this truck. Bought it in 2018 after I wrote off my 2003 Sierra 2500 Duramax. Loved it too until it failed to stop at a critical moment
I used to drive this one at one time
I have learned if someone asks if I need help I tell them yes all I can get. I have to laugh sometimes about things that happen and people's reaction when I ride in Winter here in NYC. I keep myself in check and remember i am not macho man and even he died. Also, i wait for rush hour traffic to warm up the road and try not ride after sundown. In the past i did some really dumb things but a greater power saved me so I try not to repeat past mistakes and stupidity.
Yes. I always try to go on to new and different mistakes. LOL.
2014 Honda VFR800F, and my car is of course a Honda..... 2005 Integra LS
My wife’s baby, 2001 Mazda MX5
Since I'm bored and the 2007 VFR-RWB is in pieces...
2019 Yamaha Tracer 900GT
2016 Mustang GT Premium
Current Mercedes, 2006 ML350 at the dealer, before they replaced hood ornament.
My first Mercedes, 1971 300SEL. Always felt great to see that tri-star out front.
043_43_vtrhouseca1 by squirrelman posted Dec 10, 2008 at 2:20 AM
Just remember..... if you don't make any mistakes, you'll never learn anything.
Experience - She's a great teacher, but the test comes first and the lessons later.
I'm gonna add that to my signature line.
Along the same lines, we say that if you're always comfortable, then you're not growing/improving and (paraphrased) Pain is the most memorable teacher but people rarely want to take her class...
so after 11 years, 140k miles, as of August I got a 2020 Kia Telluride. Ride is much, much smoother, better MPG, and more tech goodies. I miss the ruggedness, the "I cannot damage my car" attitude, and the back window that rolled down.
Spend way too much time driving all of these.
99 VFR800 of course... Doing a 78 Honda HawkII Resto-mod right now .
Daily is a 2002 F-150 extended cab V-6 that's been Dropped 3" in front and back
Toy is an 81 Dodge D50 (Mitsubishi Mighty Max or L200) 302 Swapped on full air ride
Just finished a new (to me) track bike, my daily is a cb1000r i drive an NC Mx5
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