it was actually a valid question. the poster does not currently have a V Star motorcycle. hdeater acknowledged this and inquired of the person of their overall motorcycle experience beyond just the V Star.
don't be too embarrassed. old age can creep up on anyone
i had absolutely no idea your post was supposed to be funny. no idea at all. none. i examined the post in its entirety for any shred of humor and was convinced that there was none. you really fooled me.
I will be picking up my brand new Venture TC next week, and I decided to join this forum to meet fellow Star riders :)
I am not new to Yamaha... I started with VStar 1100 Classic, then moved to Royal Star Venture, then I switch brands for few years, to finally get back to Yamaha this...
Hey all, I just recently bought a 2007 Vstar 650. I eventually want to do a bobber build on it but for now I want to get the bike in perfect running condition. I have a lot to learn about bikes but am eager to get into getting my hands dirty.
Just picked up a decent used 2006 V-Star 650 Classic and I am digging it. I am coming over from a YZF600R and needed to stop doing 90 by default on the interstate and wheelies. Def don't think I will have those issues with this cruiser. So far, I am pleased and hope to learn from and enjoy...
Had the bike for 4-5 years. Just never really got into riding it with moving, working on house, having 2 kids etc. now I am getting back into the swing of things and making some modifications. Seats/risers/figuring out a way to put a radio on this thing. I’m excited to amp up the mileage this year.