Yep this is the funny farm by golly.
And standing just over yonder there is Ole farmer Springer, see him? Right there next to the chopping block with the double bit axe covered in blood splatter and feathers. So stay inside the coop and do as he says.
Thanks for the warm welcomes!
I ride an 05' V star 1100 Custom Midnight Edition
Got it this spring with 21,000kms now has 32,000kms
Have added Mustang Seat, highway bars and pegs, Memphis shades fats windshield (thinking about going to a batwing), saddlebags. I just replaced the tires with Metzlers ME 880 great riding tire but still not sure they have the same traction as what I'm used to. I posted some pics in the album, sorry I'm still learning to navigate on here.
I think you will be happy with the set of Metz ME880's. I had them on my previous bike and they had that cruiser on rails in the turns. The price was the short life of the rear tire. After only 6K it had cords showing left of the center.
My name is Mike. Live in So. Cal. (unfortunately). Been riding my entire life, well from 14 anyway, I'm 60 now. Owned all kinds of bikes over the years but this is my first V Star. I just picked up a 2013 1300 Deluxe. Very happy with it so far. I look forward to another forum, and seeing...
Newbie here, so some coaching will probably be needed. Current ride is a 2013 Roadliner S, purchased new in 2016. 50k miles of trouble-free joy so far. Looking into a new 2018 Eluder GT. Best wishes to all and may your rides be safe, your maintenance low, and your satisfaction high.
Just bought my first Yamaha.
VStar 1100 Classic. 40000 Miles. Mint.
Kind of OCD when it comes to cleaning and maintenance.
Looking forward to meeting new riders and learning all I can about my new bike.
And tips, tricks and how tos
Is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Just bought a 08 V Star 650 Classic yesterday and I am loving being back on a bike after a 9 year void. A little about me, I am 50 years old and 5 foot 6 inches tall. I am really liking the look of a touring bike. I am thinking of getting a some gear to turn my bike into...