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This is my latest Cruiser, that will 'Cruise' coast to coast, to work or around the block. It's a Honda CTX 1300D:)

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I came very very close to buying one of those. How does it ride/handle compared to other bikes?

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Yeap. And the swingarm bag look pretty trick too. :)
That's a sissy bar bag I got cheap and made some hidden mounts to fit it on the swingarm. I use it for my small compressor, plug kit, and a couple tools. And I don't know if you noticed it, but I've got a little black leather fanny pack mounted on the back of my license plate for my sun glasses, ear plugs, etc.

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Good looking bike with a great tag line from Eye. You should steal the tag.
 

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Never heard it described like that EYE but l like it. I kind of fell in love with the color scheme.

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That's my Cruiser

This is my ride. I consider it a cruiser.

Online community defines cruiser as follows:
"A cruiser is a motorcycle in the style of American machines from the 1930s to the early 1960s, including those made by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior and Henderson. The riding position usually places the feet forward and the hands up, with the spine erect or leaning back slightly. Typical cruiser engines emphasize easy rideability and shifting, with plenty of low-end torque but not necessarily large amounts of horsepower, traditionally V-twins but inline engines have become more common."
 

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What separates a "Cruiser" from another type of bike?
Wikipedia - what is a cruiser motorcycle
A cruiser is a motorcycle in the style of American machines from the 1930s to the early 1960s, including those made by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior and Henderson. The riding position usually places the feet forward and the hands up, with the spine erect or leaning back slightly
 
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