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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 11:54 AM
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Ummm, what's wrong with touring on a Bonnie?

My wife and I did alot of touring on the Bonneville in the 70's and
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Yeah, I was thinking the money you would spend on a rental bike would buy you some decent luggage, a set of highway pegs, a king and queen seat, and a whole lot of hotel rooms.
You get to keep the luggage and seat as well.

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It's too small and there's no espresso maker. You'll never be able to tour the country on one.
Wish someone would of told me this 49,000 miles ago.
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I know where there is a famous 07 Tiger that might be available to rent. Only has a about 15k on it, runs super and the guy who owns it wont even know I rented it to you.
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Wish someone would of told me this 49,000 miles ago.
As I said, I should start charging.

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I would and will tour the country on a Bonneville but not with my wife on the back. She couldn't do it on any motorcycle. She's good for no more than 4 days on a bike as is most women (not all).
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