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  1. Kawasaki
    Hello all. I'm looking for suggestions on highway pegs for my Vulcan Classic. If you have a Vulcan you know the engine guards are a little unique and as such normal, over the counter pegs don't really work as they don't line up right. Has anyone with a Vulcan found highway pegs that have...
  2. General Motorcycle Discussion
    First off I want to thank everyone who commented on my last two post and all the information they gave me for it was much appreciated. I drive 40miles oneway to work, the commute mostly consists of 60 MPH and 65 mph highways and freeways(people usually are doing 80mph on these roads). I'm...
  3. General Motorcycle Discussion
    So as some of you may know, I was unable to get the CB500F I am so in love with due to not having enough credit history. I've been scrounging around craigslist lately, and a certain white Ninja 300 caught my eye. However, a lot of my riding will be commuting to and from work (but let's be real...
  4. First Bike / New Rider
    I have about a 20 minute highway ride to my high school which is in a small town (about 1200 people so I won't ever be in traffic) and I don't know what would be a better bike to ride to and from school daily. I am in southern Colorado right next to mountains so there would be endless off road...
  5. First Bike / New Rider
    I'm considering a Yamaha V 250 as my first bike, with plans down the line for a 650 cruiser after I've gained experience and improved my skill. Does anyone know if the V 250 has enough oomph to ride on the highway? I'm in NYC, and highway traffic moves anywhere from stop-n-go to 75.
  6. Sportsbike Forum
    So I was riding on I-94 a couple days ago and traffic was running a little fast between 75-80 mph. So I was cruising along at about 78 when I came up to a semi. I personally don't like semis when I'm on the bike because of the limited visibility and 16 tires ready to blow. But anyways, as I'm...
  7. First Bike / New Rider
    At one point, as we turned back from our 30 mile jaunt into the wilds of Westchester County, I just screamed for joy into my helmet and sang born-to-be-wild into my helmet. Despite the fear and the fury of dumping the bike last weekend, I was out and living and riding, 70 mile per hour concrete...
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