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Discussion in 'Other Bikes' started by Marc, Apr 29, 2022.
No, I was just joking. Tho I can't think of any decent bikes which aren't Hondas....
No, doesn't have to be Honda. Think I'm conscious that the bike I buy will be 20+ years old and I want something I can ride in all weathers and not worry too much that if I fail to clean it immediately after a ride it won't turn to dust the following day. Having had two 90's Honda's in the past (NC30 and VFR750) I know that Honda's build quality from that period was spot on, paint seemed to be just a bit thicker than any other manufacturer. I did also have a Thundercat though for a few years and that held up well to all year riding so I won't be completely blinkered.
I've had mostly Hondas but my two Yamahas were a lot of fun (1978 DT100 and 1990 FZR400). I wanted a Thundercat back in the day, mostly because of the cool name I would even consider one now, or maybe a Thunder Ace.
I think the most obvious choice you’ve missed my friend is, trade the wife, they are far more expensive to run than a years worth of beer and a couple of bikes, so ultimately do the man maths, trade the wife and then you can have 3, 4 or more bikes and not stop drinking, happy days all round.
We’re all the same, the obvious answer is just staring us in the face but we can’t always see it
I'll look into it but the potential divorce costs concern me. That and the fact she'd fit panniers, handlebar muffs and a sidecar to the Blade, just to spite me, not sure I could face it
That is some serious War of the Roses shit right there. Don't let her lock you in the sauna.