"Harley-Davidson Needs a New Generation of Riders"

Discussion in 'Economy' started by Erinwltr, Aug 28, 2018.

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    Once HD came out with the Evo engine in 1984, reliability wasn't an issue as it had been in the past. ... :cool:
     
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    I was never one to put up with any product because it was a status symbol

    IMO it's sad and funny to see fat old guys squeeze into leather vests and pants only to transport their big loud slow expensive motorcycles on a trailer so they can ride for a few miles through a town
     
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    Once again, maybe, maybe not. Of course my crystal ball is not as up to date as yours....... :eusa_whistle:
    Besides even older people like me are looking for something else like Can-Ams, etc. Heck my dream bike is a Ural M70 but they're expensive. I would even opt for the Ural CT if they brought the price down which they may have to do if the market is driving towards cheaper bikes.
     
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    It is what it is, I was never a Harley fan nor am I interested in status symbols but status seekers are everywhere.
     

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