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Just showing her off a bit.

Hey folks. Took the time to get some “staged” photos which I think came out well. Any other SVTC owners got some cool pics?


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Hey folks. Took the time to get some “staged” photos which I think came out well. Any other SVTC owners got some cool pics?
Tony, I vote you having the sharpest looking SVTC (with trailer) out there! You can be our SVTC Ambassador to the America's roadways-------> "Have SVTC, will travel!"

"BTW, it must be nice to be able to ride in February!!!" Today, it's a hard wind blowing, and soon to snow AGAIN....like it has over the last entire week...snow and ice....ice and snow....multi-vehicle crashes on Highway 401...you know...that sort of stuff...."

Post Edit: "Also...looking at your SVTC....the bike, hand's down, is the ***sharpest*** looking V-Twin motorcycle on the road today. Yamaha nailed it for cosmetic design. The bike just has presence....and need say no more."

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Really sharp looking. Quick question, does the trailer require a license plate?

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Really sharp looking. Quick question, does the trailer require a license plate?
That varies by state.

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That is outstanding. I'll try to see if I can beat those pics this summer when we go... I don't know where we're going but probably somewhere out west.

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Really sharp looking. Quick question, does the trailer require a license plate?
I purchased in Tennessee which does NOT require trailers to be licensed. North Carolina where I live does. I just got the title yesterday, so I need to do it.
Different states have different requirement some do, some don’t.
Because of that I HIGHLY recommend that you get it tagged if your going across country.
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That is outstanding. I'll try to see if I can beat those pics this summer when we go... I don't know where we're going but probably somewhere out west.
Looking forward to your pics Rob!
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Hey folks. Took the time to get some “staged” photos which I think came out well. Any other SVTC owners got some cool pics?
Tony, I vote you having the sharpest looking SVTC (with trailer) out there! You can be our SVTC Ambassador to the America's roadways-------> "Have SVTC, will travel!" [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

"BTW, it must be nice to be able to ride in February!!!" Today, it's a hard wind blowing, and soon to snow AGAIN....like it has over the last entire week...snow and ice....ice and snow....multi-vehicle crashes on Highway 401...you know...that sort of stuff...." [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]

Post Edit: "Also...looking at your SVTC....the bike, hand's down, is the ***sharpest*** looking V-Twin motorcycle on the road today. Yamaha nailed it for cosmetic design. The bike just has presence....and need say no more."

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You’re too kind Sir! I accept your mantle with a humble heart, but Rob (Bucfan11) has just as sweet a rig. The only difference is (he acknowledged it as well) is that my trailer lights match the bike better than his Goldwing style.
I’ve put on a few hundred miles over the last couple days. Been in the upper 50’s and low 60’s. I’d have probably had more mileage EXCEPT... and you KNOW what I mean, I have people asking me questions every time I stop SOOOO it’s ride for a while TALK for an hour... ride for a while TALK for another hour! Lol!
Just a side note: the trailer bra is with the people who did my seat. They’re custom making a bra for it to match my seat. It’ll be done next week.
You guys are gonna be flooded with pics and videos later this year!
We’re gonna setup a YouTube channel to log & blog our daily stuff on our cross country trip.

Here to the snow & ive melting and you waking up Charlotte once again to gobble up the road before you in complete comfort!
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You’re too kind Sir! I accept your mantle with a humble heart, but Rob (Bucfan11) has just as sweet a rig. The only difference is (he acknowledged it as well) is that my trailer lights match the bike better than his Goldwing style.
I’ve put on a few hundred miles over the last couple days. Been in the upper 50’s and low 60’s. I’d have probably had more mileage EXCEPT... and you KNOW what I mean, I have people asking me questions every time I stop SOOOO it’s ride for a while TALK for an hour... ride for a while TALK for another hour! Lol!
Just a side note: the trailer bra is with the people who did my seat. They’re custom making a bra for it to match my seat. It’ll be done next week.
You guys are gonna be flooded with pics and videos later this year!
We’re gonna setup a YouTube channel to log & blog our daily stuff on our cross country trip.

Here to the snow & ice melting and you waking up Charlotte once again to gobble up the road before you in complete comfort!
Here's to the snow & ice melting and you waking up Charlotte once again to gobble up the road before you in complete comfort!


Chief..from your lips, to the weatherman's ear...!!!!!

I figure, another 70-80 days...and once again, Charlotte, my wife, and myself can once more become the Three Travelling Amigos....
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I hate to say anything nasty about that beautiful bike, but I think the ass is too big. That's why I got an Eluder.

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