Thanks for instructions on how to post photo...right now a bit too complicated for me (in late 70s)....my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone can email me or PM me adn I'll send you a photo of the magna
I have an 01 Vulcan 500, recently purchased, and really like it for around town..
My main bike, however, is a 94 Honda Magna V4 in Showroom condition..wow what a bike..smooth as glass...It is about 80 lbs heavier than the 500 vulcan...
I'd post a photo but don't understand how..
Bob, on the reply click "go advanced." Then at the top click the attachment icon to the right of the smiley face icon. Then browse pics you want to upload and click upload. That should work.
Other than my nomad 1700 I have a 2007 Honda Shadow vt750c2. I have put a ton of miles on this little bike. It is a blast in twisties and mountain carving. Nimble as can be and a blast to ride. I have done several 800 mile single day road trips this each way this year with this bike. It gets great gas mileage, normally around 55 mpg at highway speeds and 60-65 mpg up in the mountains. Super comfy. Here it is up on the dragon:
Thanks for instructions colemantle....I can't find "go advanced"...also when I click on paperclip next to smiley I am able to go get my photos but have not been able to get them into the text of this note..
if someone will please email me at Bokobob@gmail.com I will send you the two photos and you can post them for me and say Bokobob's magna..
I bought my Vulcan 900 three days before having my thyroid removed, and 38 years after giving up my previous motorcycle, a Norton 750 Scrambler.
After I was recovered enough from the surgery to get seriously back into riding I found out that I had seriously lost my touch.
took a MSF course, and
Bought this little motorcycle for practice
It's a Yamaha Virago (or Viagra, depending on the day) XV250, a baby cruiser. Soon it will be a baby bagger: I've ordered saddle bags, a trunk, floorboards, a heel-and-toe shifter, and overdrive sprockets for it. (17 / 40) No, I'll never get that money back out of it, but on the other hand I commute a hundred miles round trip to the VA hospital twice a week, and I might just use it part of the time as a cheapo commuter, at nearly 100 mpg.
Nice bobber it will be, you just gave me an idea.
Last edited by Aleco; 12-24-2012 at 01:00 PM.