Most of you know I have had my '78 since... well 1978. The past few years it has mostly sat, as I been working elsewhere. We are now consolidating everything in one place and it was time to take a look at my first "child" which has sadly gotten long in the tooth. But first a little history from my log book...
the first page
1995 when the bike turned 100,000
the last entry--YIKES nearly three years ago
and in the compartment, a little friend I picked up in 1979. I heard this click, click, click as the nail hit the swing arm... through the sidewall, but not into the tire/tube
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-Rodger-all it takes for evil to prosper is the want of a few good men to do nothing-Edmund BurkeThe question is not how much time do you have, it is what you do with the time that you have Gandalf"One of the greatest dignities of humankind is that each successive generation is invested in the welfare of each new generation." Fred Rodgers"it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert" ancient saying
78 constantly modified/customized since 1978, BOTM June 2015 de-evolving this very moment viewtopic.php?f=30&t=65511
76 Ltd "cookies bike" not ready for prime time,
79 project, finished,
'86 1200 (Beth's) with motorvation sidecar, July 2017 BOTM
'17 HD Road king and 08 HD Heritage softail (Beth's). I guess you can say we have MBS