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New 12 v Chrome Classic Nostalgic Harley Horn with Wings 1942-1957 ON SALE NOW
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Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson
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HARLEY DAVIDSON NIB NOS V-WING SHORT STEM MIRROR, RIGHT  91934-97
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Set of Harley Davidson V-Wing Brake Caliper Inserts Part #s 99674-97
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NEW Harley Davidson V Wing Chrome Gas Cap p/n 99675-97
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Boyesen Power X-Wing Harley-Davidson V-ROD (VRSC models) 2002-2010
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Set of 4 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
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Accent Polished Stainless Steel Speed Ball Wings for Harley-Davidsons
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Harley Davidson low v wing derby cover sportster hugger  XL 1200 883    25389-97
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Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
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100th Anniversary 97848-02V large Wing Medallion Patch Harley Davidson  New
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Harley-Davidson - V-Wing 1-34" Brake Caliper Trim/Insert [New]
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j*ke318 said: The new BMW s1000 looks to be a legend in the making (at a great price suprisingly) Then again it better be. I cant remeber A bike that was introduced so early with so much hype, Its either going to be the bike which all new entries aspire to equal or beat ... Or the laughing stock of the industry .

T*LLPAUL said: Yeah but on paper their dirt bike, (what was it?) was supposed to be the "next step"

j*ke318 said: Im sure the BMW will be very good and not suprised if its the best 1000cc bike . But the new Japanese and other European bikes are so good the days of BLOWING everthing else away is over .

S*PER K said: Im sure the BMW will be very good and not suprised if its the best 1000cc bike . But the new Japanese and other European bikes are so good the days of BLOWING everthing else away is over . With enough cash anything is possible. How far have the "other" manufacturers come with reliability? The BMW has used marketing hype to boast all of it's features, features that aren't included in its' base price, which is still higher than the Jap competition.:dontknow:

j*ke318 said: I keep forgetting there is a base price and options available , like used in the car industry . None the less due to the weakness of the american dollar , you can see BMW tried hard to keep the cost down . asfor the Eoro brands . There reliabilty has been good .

c*sarb714 said: It's true. BMW has a lot riding on this bike. The good news is that they've also put a lot of thought into its design. Every single part was designed to be as light as possible. So, at least on paper, the bike has the specs to blow other similar 1000cc bikes away. Does that include the hideous "wink" on the front end? :lol:

TM*C said: Will there be demo rides or is this just to look at and/or sit on the bike?

RPG76 said: That is sweet paint, any more pics?

10 n*nja r said: see you on the 28th Daniel

TM*C said: Cool, I'll make sure to get out there as soon as the demo bikes are in. When we get the stock in, sometime in December. For now, this one's just for show. You can sit on it, turn it on and rev it up, but you can't ride it.

h*llsrazor said: Yeah, I want to see one in action against the proven Jap 4. I'll wait to see if it holds water. Nice looking bike with that paint job. Still hate the front end, I mean really. Why one round and one rectangular? What the hell were they thinking. BMW step up or shut up.

r*pper said: I think it will be a good bike, most products built by BMW don't suck. Still, the similar quality machines from Japan for much less coin will make it hard to compete.

5-F D*wg said: thats a pretty sweet bike and i would love to have one...as for my ten...i will never get rid of it!

ZX10Rr*cer said: I'm sure it's a good bike but for BMW to come out the gate and be the best against the best of the best Honda, Yamaha. Suzuki, Kawasaki is well unlikely but you never know!

vr6 said: Care to compare? The S1000RR will be at Bob’s BMW in in the Motorsport paint theme: http://www.bobsbmw.com/motorcycles/images/bmw-s1000rr/S1000RR-MotoColors2.jpg If you're within riding distance to Jessup, MD, swing on by Wed. Oct 28th – Sat. Oct 31st. The bike will also be here Thursday Nov 12th - Sat Nov 14th. And on the 14th, we’ll actually be raffling one off as the grand prize in the Ultimate Bike Raffle 2 (http://ubr2.com), a charity fundraiser for the Ride For Kids. Nice bike.... Dat BMW not seeing my 10 sorry...

CP10R said: i really do like the paint scheme on that one. but i agree about the headlights being too ugly, i just cant dig it man:lol:

ZX10Rr*cer said: i really do like the paint scheme on that one. but i agree about the headlights being too ugly, i just cant dig it man:lol: just go faster and no one will ever see how ugly the front is

*bzx10r said: I agree man^^^ I have a 3rd gen and people all the time say it looks small or buggy and so on. I tell them well bitch all you want cause get used to my tail :lol: But this bmw does look cross eyed and what not, makes me dizzy looking at the front

ZX10Rr*cer said: I agree man^^^ I have a 3rd gen and people all the time say it looks small or buggy and so on. I tell them well bitch all you want cause get used to my tail :lol: But this bmw does look cross eyed and what not, makes me dizzy looking at the front MAN anyone calling the BMW front ugly who rides a 08 09 ZX10 {I have a 08} need to think of a story about a rock and a glass house! Hell I own a Buell 1125R and an 08 ZX10 I must Love Ugly bikes! but people are used to seeing the rear of both :badteeth:

*bzx10r said: I usually could care less about cosmetic shit like looks of the bike. I'm more on the performance side of things and the 3rd gen out performs my honda's I had any day so..

k*booki said: Nice looking bike, but like any new bike its overplayed. Would I like to have one in my stable, yes. Would I pay for it, no. Good luck to BMW.

h*llsrazor said: just go faster and no one will ever see how ugly the front is LOL, That's what I want to find out is "IF" it will run out front or fall to the back of the pack and then they (BMW) have to eat crow. And while I'm at it. I want to see if they are going to have their shit blow up on them like Aprillia did on friggin press day. Man, I wish I was there for that one. PRICELESS.... LOL LOL :spit::crackup::crackup:

CP10R said: BMW was shooting (and got it) for the "look were different" look. As much as i agree with looking and being original, that bike would have been 10x better looking with even headlights and everything else the same. Even the different mids look pretty cool. I hope BMW has success, and i give them credit for pricing it as competitively as they did.

Ch*bbs said: There was actually a little method to BMW's madness in this design. The front end is described as "split face" and is intentionally asymmetric. The right side partially circular light is meant to represent the "endurance racing" and emits less light and weighs one pound less than the other light. The left side light is increased in size and light output for street riding and is also more stylistically aligned with the rest of the BMW Sport bike line up like the K1300S. So, basically, BMW tried to combine the best of both worlds. It's not just stylistic choice, it's also a design/marketing/engineering choice. I think I read similar things in one of BMW's writeups about it. Basically, they took "function over form" to the extreme. The asymetrical headlights are like that because one weighs less, as you mentioned. Even the asymetrical fairings are that way to evacuate heat better. As an engineer, I LOVE function over form solutions. But, I would get seriously tired of explaining that to every idiot that asks "why does it looks like that?". It would have been soooo much better looking if both sides had the slanted headlight and regular looking fairing. The fish gills and fish-eye headlight just doesn't do it for me at all. Bleh. PS....I understand the whole "we want people to know it's a BMW" argument as well. but if they wanted to be different, they shouldn't have built an inline 1000cc 4 cylinder, just like all the others. If you're going to copy already proven designs, individuality takes a back seat IMO. Still a bad ass bike though. If it whoops all the japanese bikes, I'll have to swollow my own words and go look at that ugly thing. It might be worth it if it rides as well as the numbers suggest.

h*llsrazor said: I see BMW's side of this but (here we go with the buts) I sure hate that they spent all that time, R & D, & money on a generally nice looking bike and had to bugger it up with that front end.:dontknow:

m*gzx12r said: If the BMW runs like they say it will, everyone will forget about the different lights.

*rch Enemy said: I cant believe they actually chose that headlight design. Yuk, what the hell were they thinking? Maybe they wanted to completely separate themselves from everything else out there, so all would know its the new BMW? I sat on one recently, damn, feels like a 600. Too bad a test ride was out of the question. The price is actually very reasonable for the standard equipment that comes with it, Ohlins, Brembo, lighter than the norm, and according to the article I just read, over 200hp with the ram air in effect. If I had an extra 15 grand laying around I would definitely buy one. I did notice that they went with a shorter stroke for more upper end pull. The hard limiter is set to 14,700 (at least on the bike that was tested, which was one of the race bikes, but the article lead you to believe that this was the bike that will be for sale, minus the race slicks, ect...) It sounded like the mid range grunt wasnt really as impressive as the jap bikes, which is what I love about my K4 Gixxer. Sounds like an awesome track bike but that doesnt make a great street/commuter. I wouldnt want to have to ride around abouve 8 or 9k rpm's all the time to stay in the sweet spot, kinda like the R6... Still, if its everything it looks like it is, it is going to be one hell of a bike! Maybe an aftermarket company will make a front fairing and headlight alternative, because it would look badass with the twin rectangular lights like Honda...

J*ICEBOX said: MAN anyone calling the BMW front ugly who rides a 08 09 ZX10 {I have a 08} need to think of a story about a rock and a glass house! Hell I own a Buell 1125R and an 08 ZX10 I must Love Ugly bikes! but people are used to seeing the rear of both :badteeth: I dont know what you crack heads are talking about, the 3rd gen is sexy as hell.

j*ke318 said: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder . I think the 08 , 09, 10 are great looking as well as the 1125R Buells ,the firebolts .( All buells need fairing to look good though ) and the s1000 BMW

TM*C said: Like almost any new design in the market today, if it’s instantly approved of by all it’s not controversial enough. Having a radical design helps to force people to have an opinion on the bike, which breeds (free) publicity. I don’t think it’s the best looking bike in the world but it will definitely grow on me if it performs well, and I’m all for more competition in the market segment.

*rch Enemy said: I don’t think it’s the best looking bike in the world but it will definitely grow on me if it performs well, and I’m all for more competition in the market segment. Funny, not the first time I have heard "if the bike kicks ass, I'm sure it would grow on me" hell I kind of agree, but I ride a Gixxer so what the hell do I know LOL!!!

j*ke318 said: TMAC you make a good point . Im just looking forward to Kawasaki actually running a proper superbike effort next year . They definatly need to improve thier image as a serious sportbike company . Its the also ran bike among the big 4 because people think they do not have the technical knowlage to win races . .. PS dont kill the messanger .. I know this isnt true ... Kawasakis lack of racing sucess is because of lack of funding.

TM*C said: TMAC you make a good point . Im just looking forward to Kawasaki actually running a proper superbike effort next year . They definatly need to improve thier image as a serious sportbike company . Its the also ran bike among the big 4 because people think they do not have the technical knowlage to win races . .. PS dont kill the messanger .. I know this isnt true ... Kawasakis lack of racing sucess is because of lack of funding. I wish they would too. But I am happy with my bike and its performance and cost. I have no problem on the streets when I ride with other experienced riders on other makes (who paid a lot more than I did for their bikes). As long as they remain competitive in the retail market I don’t care all that much if they are out of Factory sponsored racing for a year or two until the company gets back on its feet. That said, I would love to see big green up front in WSB.

j*ke318 said: Tbs , Good news Is Kawasaki has reportedly promised to have a much bigger budget next year for racing R&D and a aquired Chris Vermuelen ( motogp rider) as there new lead rider

TM*C said: So Daniel, when can we test ride one of these?

l*uemc said: I like the looks of the BMW, in a "it's OK" sorta way, not a "that's the best ever" sorta way. And the performance is right in the hunt, right out of the gate. But for who? Where is it going to be ridden/raced? It wouldn't get ridden one Iota faster where I ride. And anyone sporting a license plate sure hasn't been asking Santa for a faster bike than what they could get, have they? This "It blows the others away" is the same shit we have been hearing from salesmen since I moved from a bicycle to something with a Engine. Frankly it's an insult.

Sh*meless said: It's true. BMW has a lot riding on this bike. The good news is that they've also put a lot of thought into its design. Every single part was designed to be as light as possible. So, at least on paper, the bike has the specs to blow other similar 1000cc bikes away. Nice lookin bike. I can't imagine it being any faster or lighter than the jap stuff. BMW was never any good at keeping things light. The BMWs are probably built using the same japanese CAD programs, same japanese machining centers and of corse materials are the same. How light can this bike be?