sounds like something you need to ask yourself, not us.
Hmmmmm ..... makes sense to me. Considering the issues, a bike from one of the Japanese Big Four (Kaw, Honda, Suz, Yam) would make sense. And if you're riding in heavy traffic like I experienced for one short week in Singapore, maybe something smaller than the Bonneville. Ya gotta match the bike with your riding situation.
On 2007-02-14 22:53, mecscc wrote:
I understand your problem, but it seems that the Harley is hardly a solution. If service and maintenance by the dealer, parts availability, etc. are truly the issues then why, living in asia, would you not buy a good Japanese bike?
Otherwise, stick with the Bonnie which is at least as reliable as any Sporty and is a far better urban/suburban commuter.
I agree...go buy the Sporty, sell the Triumph.On 2007-02-15 13:59, sweatmachine wrote:
quit whining and sell the thing already.
Do you really need us to make these decisions for you?
HAHAHAHAOn 2007-02-15 20:59, sweatmachine wrote:
also, if you're this mechanically inept and unwilling to learn or even understand, maybe motorcycle ownership isn't the best idea for you.
Might I recommend an electric scooter?
An equal thanks to you for your intelligent question.On 2007-02-15 22:19, hkt100 wrote:
Thanks for the those of you with constructive and intelligent advice.