My entire family rides so I obviously had to join in on the fun. I got my permit a little over a year ago, then took a safety course to get my license this past august. After a few months of looking, i finally found the perfect bike for me; an 06 pearl white sportster custom with less then 2000 miles on it. Can't wait to put a few more on it :)
Just hanging out at the hospital with my boy
Been a long time so I thought I would check things out. Site has changed. Looks great
Sittin here in Beautiful SW Texas. Enjoying the warm.
Riding season right around the corner! Sturgis in no time:-D
Riding is God's personal gift to us! Riding melts the stress of my day away!
wow thanks for all the advice guys! its a lot to consider..i like the v&h shortshots and like the way they sound but i really like the look of the straightshots and i have a feeling they fit the look of my bike more than the shortshots...and if anybody pulls me over i'll just bat my eyes and ask what the matter is :)
heey guys...so my bike is just not loud enough for me so im looking to buy some pipes but im not sure what to get...i was looking at vance and hines and samson but still haven't decided what i want..i was looking to spend between 400-700 bucks..i want people to hear me coming but i want them to look nice too...lay the suggestions on me :)
oo and its a 2006 sportster
my most embarassing moment so far on my short riding career would definitely be my first ride. I completed my 3 days safety course on sunday riding the little kawasaki 250s...my mom has a honda rebel so i figured that monday i would be able to go for my first ride and it wouldnt be too different from the course....during my course i didnt have any problems with letting the clutch out too fast once i was used to it so i figured i'd have no problem doing it on my moms rebel. pulling out of my driveway you go left to go uphill and right to go downhill..i figured id be fine doing the left uphill even though my mom warned i should probably just start off going down hill. so i released the clutch and stalled...started it up really quick hoping my neighbor and mom didnt notice and tried again, got a little further and stalled out again. tried it for a 3rd time, clearly having the attention of my neighbor who was no longer interested in watering his garden and more interested in watching me trying to get this little bike going, and stalled yet again. so now im in the middle of the road waiting for a car to come down the blind turn hill. luckily i was strong enough to walk the bike to the opposite side of the road onto the shouldar to try and start the bike up again, by this point i was just so nervous and trying to rush. i was completely humiliated but finally able to get my bike up the hill. 2nd ride i made a right but 3rd ride i attempted the left and now i do it just like a pro ;)