Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Fair Oaks, Caliphornia
It's all kinda like the old commercial from the early 70's, "How many licks does it take to eat a Tootsie Roll pop?". Do you lick it to the Tootsie Roll part and then chew, lick it all the way down or just bite into it... especially the all chocolate ones.
Maintenance and riding habits are about 80-85% of it. The rest depends on what the dude who built you bike did the two previous evenings. I don't see any reason it shouldn't last past paying it off!!! A riding buddy of mine told me the metric bikes are pretty much disposable while Harleys tend to get a much better trade-in value (I could buy 3 Classic LT's for what he paid for his Street Glide). I'd be willing to bet I could come fairly close to squeezing as many miles out of mine as he does his and for a lot less dinero.
2011 Harley Road King FLHR
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