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I went by my local Harley dealer this afternoon and perused a new 2018 Tri-Glide Ultra:surprise:

It was very comfortable to sit on and the floorboards were right where they needed to be as were the handlebars. Funny, I didn't have to BALANCE:thumbsup:

All I can say is WOW:smile_big:

$350 for the first service @ 1,000 miles doesn't seem to bad. Future service intervals are @ 5,000 miles and I would do those myself.:wink2:

I used different filters on these pictures of the same bike:wink2:

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I haven't ridden one yet as it's been like 98 degrees here every day recently:plain:

I will have to sell both of my bikes that I have now to JUSTIFY such an expensive purchase!:surprise:

I have no trouble with balance or anything related YET:sad: but eventually it could happen. It would be nice to not have to put your feet down at a stop. No more worrying about sand, gravel, antifreeze or oil:wink2:

If I get a Trike I can still do my 'leaning' on the 'ever lasting arms':angel:

All of the 2018 Harley's look really good:grin:

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Oz, they are 35 to $36,000 but I didn't ask about other fees, if they even have any:grin:

I have memories of 'BOB' the Traffic policeman, riding a servi car Harley and marking peoples tires with a long stick with a piece of chalk on the end, to somehow tell if they parked more than X hours, downtown.:smile:

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