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When you think about the best-looking, mostly-stock motorcycle you have ever seen, what sets your heart aflutter? Doesn't have to be anything you would ever ride; you just love how it looks. I'll start!

2014 Triumph Bonneville T100
(custom seat and custom grips) - This bike is actually for sale near me. If only I had 8 grand just laying around... *swoon*


2000 Kawasaki W650


1982 Honda Nighthawk 450


2015 Triumph Scrambler


2013(?) KTM Super Duke 1290 R
Those rims!



1999 Kawasaki Zephyr 1100


2015(?) Indian Chief Vintage
I saw one of these in person at stoplight recently. Just couldn't stop looking at it. Such a gorgeous bike. I love how the windshield support resembles the band of a headdress.



2015 Harley Dyna Fat Bob



2015 Moto Guzzi V7 Special


2014 Kawasaki Z800


Okay, that's all from me for now!
 

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I'll take the Indian Chiefton:biggrin:

I had a 2010 Triumph Scrambler and it was a very nice bike in every way but needed at least 30 more Horsepower to keep it from being boring.

My bike now is in this picture:

Sam:biggrin:
 

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Honda GB500

I might be just a little bit biased, but I'd have to say my '89 Honda GB500 is right up there.



-Bill
 

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I'm with you Bill, that bike is top notch. For some reason they were able to out British the British.

Sam:biggrin:
 

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Have to agree with Porky, that is a nice bike. The GB500
 

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Gotta love the Victory Cross Roads (and Cross Country).

 

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For me, no sportbike is beautiful. A cruiser (in my mind) exemplifies what a motorcycle is "supposed" to look like, and is truly beautiful. That includes my Thunderbird.
 

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Still think the Victory Vegas is one of the sexiest bikes out there.


I've always liked the angular, hawkish styling of the Yamaha R1


And for vintage...it's gotta be British.
72 Norton 750 Commando


And of course motorcycle royalty, the Vincent Black Shadow.
 

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I'm a sucker for standard bikes. Of those posted so far, my vote is with the Moto Guzzi V7. With honorable mention to the Honda GB500 and the Zephyr 1100.

Gotta love the Norton, but it's a little like "Smoke on the Water" or "Hey Jude". After you've seen/heard them for the six zillionth time on the all-time greats program/issue....
 
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