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Sporty Bagger

What will I do if I can’t pick up that Rocket next month? Well, Obviously, I’ll just keep the Sportster. While I’d obviously like a bigger bike, what can’t be done, can’t be done.

But, on the other hand, what can be done…will be. I mean, at the end of the day, if this was 1973, a 1200cc bike would be about the biggest I could even buy, right? The 1200 only seems small in relation to today’s massive cruisers.

So, If I keep the Sportster, then, instead of spending that free cash on a new bike, I’m gonna spend it on the Sporty. I’m gonna ride over to the Harley dealer and order these, these, and this. Yes, I’m talking about the color matched hard bags, bag liners, and tour pak. Heck, I might even get the Fleetliner fairing for the thing, too.

I will then call my bike The Mini-Glide.

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3 Responses to Sporty Bagger

  • I have the same feeling with u. The bike and other equipment like clothes are an integrated macrocosm. I meet many friends on a site named bikerkiss. I often talk about the match of the bike and clothes on it. If u are interested in it, u can join us.

  • Actually, there’s a word for a dressed-up and chromed-out Sporty, a “Blingster”.

  • Blingster. I Like it.

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