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scottt

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Re: 2020
« Reply #45 on: November 14, 2019, 08:14:00 AM »

You're starting to remind me of J&M John. Every comment He makes is pushing His stereo equipment while every comment you make is touting your love for BMW, Indian or anything not HD. Yes you've bought "X" new HD over your "X" number of years of riding, good for you. We're happy for you. A more appropriate comment might have been something along the lines of " I do/do not like the new paint/designs  this year.
Actually; I do like Harleys, very much. Just a different experience. You can actually enjoy more than one type of motorcycle. The facts are that different manufacturers build bikes that excell in different ways.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #46 on: November 14, 2019, 09:26:11 AM »

Local dealer has one of these in stock (dark grey) and I have to say, It's a damn good looking bike in person. :2vrolijk_21:
I seen them all at world HD in okc, and yes they are sharp. there is a blue one running the hills around my neck of the woods.... very NICE looking bike.  im holding out for the next RGU with a 6 cyl.  LOL
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Re: 2020
« Reply #47 on: November 14, 2019, 08:00:50 PM »

Local dealer has one of these in stock (dark grey) and I have to say, It's a damn good looking bike in person. :2vrolijk_21:

Mike if I don't find myself a garage queen this winter, that gray may be my next ride.
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Re: 2020
« Reply #48 on: November 14, 2019, 08:12:39 PM »

Mike if I don't find myself a garage queen this winter, that gray may be my next ride.
I was really impressed with it in person. That new seat looks real comfy also with that extra pad on it.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #49 on: November 14, 2019, 11:56:29 PM »

Actually; I do like Harleys, very much. Just a different experience. You can actually enjoy more than one type of motorcycle. The facts are that different manufacturers build bikes that excell in different ways.

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Due to my battle with Harley on my 17 CVO Streetglide thinking I was going to have to go down the "legal road" to get them to buy back the bike I ended up with both a 19 CVO Roadglide (Harley finally did the right thing) and a 19 BMW Bagger (Grand America) last October. love both bikes for different reasons and currently have 12500 miles on the BMW and 13200 on the Harley. Only get to ride on weekends so ride one on Sat and other on Sun. Totally different bikes with different strengths and weaknesses. IMHO they compliment each other perfectly. Everyone asks me same question-which one do I like more and my answer is always the the one I am riding that day!
The connectivity on the Harley with Apple Play is terrific (horrible on the BMW..) and obviously the performance on the BMW is terrific. I put exactly same audio system on both (much more difficult to do on BMW) so at least I dont have to worry about that!
I just flat out absolutely love riding motorcycles and have since I was a kid. Not unusual for me to do 800-900 miles a weekend. oh yea, also have a 12 CVO Roadglide with a S&S 124 that has around 70,000 miles that also gets thrown in the weekend mix as well.
yes I am a motorcycle junkie that spends just about every dime I have on my bikes and love every minute. Really could care less which manufacturer makes it if it fits "my style"!
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Re: 2020
« Reply #50 on: November 15, 2019, 12:12:14 AM »

SDCVO, still liking the Russel day long seat?
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Re: 2020
« Reply #51 on: November 15, 2019, 12:35:52 AM »

Due to my battle with Harley on my 17 CVO Streetglide thinking I was going to have to go down the "legal road" to get them to buy back the bike I ended up with both a 19 CVO Roadglide (Harley finally did the right thing) and a 19 BMW Bagger (Grand America) last October. love both bikes for different reasons and currently have 12500 miles on the BMW and 13200 on the Harley. Only get to ride on weekends so ride one on Sat and other on Sun. Totally different bikes with different strengths and weaknesses. IMHO they compliment each other perfectly. Everyone asks me same question-which one do I like more and my answer is always the the one I am riding that day!
The connectivity on the Harley with Apple Play is terrific (horrible on the BMW..) and obviously the performance on the BMW is terrific. I put exactly same audio system on both (much more difficult to do on BMW) so at least I dont have to worry about that!
I just flat out absolutely love riding motorcycles and have since I was a kid. Not unusual for me to do 800-900 miles a weekend. oh yea, also have a 12 CVO Roadglide with a S&S 124 that has around 70,000 miles that also gets thrown in the weekend mix as well.
yes I am a motorcycle junkie that spends just about every dime I have on my bikes and love every minute. Really could care less which manufacturer makes it if it fits "my style"!
Very well said and my feelings. I was once a "Harley Only" guy, as time went on and I realized my thinking had evolved, I decided to test ride a K1600 B or bagger. Love it! That said, I still like Harley's. There are aspects of Harley I prefer, aspects of the BMW I prefer. They are two different ladies.

In a perfect world you have both in your garage.

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Re: 2020
« Reply #52 on: November 15, 2019, 12:13:03 PM »

SDCVO, still liking the Russel day long seat?
No doubt that seat is like nothing I have ever had before. amazing
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Re: 2020
« Reply #53 on: December 02, 2019, 06:29:27 PM »

Due to my battle with Harley on my 17 CVO Streetglide thinking I was going to have to go down the "legal road" to get them to buy back the bike I ended up with both a 19 CVO Roadglide (Harley finally did the right thing) and a 19 BMW Bagger (Grand America) last October. love both bikes for different reasons and currently have 12500 miles on the BMW and 13200 on the Harley. Only get to ride on weekends so ride one on Sat and other on Sun. Totally different bikes with different strengths and weaknesses. IMHO they compliment each other perfectly. Everyone asks me same question-which one do I like more and my answer is always the the one I am riding that day!
The connectivity on the Harley with Apple Play is terrific (horrible on the BMW..) and obviously the performance on the BMW is terrific. I put exactly same audio system on both (much more difficult to do on BMW) so at least I dont have to worry about that!
I just flat out absolutely love riding motorcycles and have since I was a kid. Not unusual for me to do 800-900 miles a weekend. oh yea, also have a 12 CVO Roadglide with a S&S 124 that has around 70,000 miles that also gets thrown in the weekend mix as well.
yes I am a motorcycle junkie that spends just about every dime I have on my bikes and love every minute. Really could care less which manufacturer makes it if it fits "my style"!

Have to agree with most of your comments. I have had similar issues with my 2016 and 2017 and my latest 2019.
Each trade in year model was at the assurance from the dealer that all the past issues were addressed by the factory and it’s all good now.
Not blaming the dealer as he is just repeating what Harley has told him.
I’m thinking the 2019 will be my last NEW Harley. I bought a BMW RT couple of months ago and when I have my BSR along we compare the ride on each bike, just a fun thing to do.
Totally different rides for sure. I like them both for different reasons and seem to be riding  the Harley more mainly for the heated seat, and, besides I was a sucker for the color!
The BMW is more like a two wheel car, no soul.
JMHO
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