What is the deal with choppers they are overpriced heavy chromed out bikes that cant turn for $hit. I am not complaining because sportbikes are the only thing in the vehicle world that you can pay less and get 10 x the performance while fools pay more for looks and rideablity that just sucks.
Well there is no accounting for taste. If you are going to ride a chopper it might as well be a Daytona. But I don't get how these things are comfortable to ride, let alone get around a corner. If I hear Paul Tuttle Sr. say one more time how good the bike rides (apparently all his bikes ride great) I'll puke. Straight line is one thing, but bikes are meant to rail on corners and there is no way a chopper can do that. But I suppose if the reason you ride a chopper is to pose at the bar then going in a straight line is probably all you can handle anyway.
Yeah its a cool bike........, sure its about the looks and all that ***** but, Its mainly the time and effort in these things, yeah i know there are some dumb a$$ mofos that go out and spend 20000+ on these things, so they should take the flack not the bikes.... just my 2cents.....anyways cool lookin bike. :-D :-D :-D
If I were given that bike for free...I would not dignify it by so much as a test ride. Choppers are rediculous status symbol creations but at least some of them sport some pretty cool design and machine work. That thing is simply hideous for the sake of being different. If it were burning to the ground, I would not p!ss on it to put it out. Italian markings on a british motor.... :moon:
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