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Christopher Cianciolo

Wisconsin, USA

Reviewed on May 16, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2004 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide view listing

5.0
I am the original owner of this motorcycle and have owned it since brand new. I am an employee of Harley-Davidson located at the Product Development Center in Wauwatosa and have taken meticulous care of this bike. Always stored indoors when not in use. This bike has been extremely dependable and a pleasur... read more
I am the original owner of this motorcycle and have owned it since brand new. I am an employee of Harley-Davidson located at the Product Development Center in Wauwatosa and have taken meticulous care of this bike. Always stored indoors when not in use. This bike has been extremely dependable and a pleasure to ride. All modifications and repairs over the years have been completed by myself. Only reason for selling the bike at this time as I am getting older and having a tough time holding it up. I have since purchased a Tri Glide and will not be riding this bike anymore. You will not be disappointed in the looks and the function of everything on this classic. Thanks for your consideration.
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Bryan metzler

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on May 6, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special view listing

5.0
13000 obo 2014 street glide Special no scratches no mares, NADA Exelent 40000 miles 103 cubic inch. New lyndall composite black floating brake rotors. New willey Shiney powder coat black enforcers, New custom dynamics led everything, stage one ss stealth intake 2x2 exhaust bassani dnt mufflers, vance... read more
13000 obo 2014 street glide Special no scratches no mares, NADA Exelent 40000 miles 103 cubic inch. New lyndall composite black floating brake rotors. New willey Shiney powder coat black enforcers, New custom dynamics led everything, stage one ss stealth intake 2x2 exhaust bassani dnt mufflers, vance
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Enrique Martinez

California, USA

Reviewed on April 28, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2016 Honda CTX700DCT view listing

5.0
For someone that enjoys riding like an adult, not racing crazy, this is an excellent bike. automatic or sport, is a very comfortable ride. it has a lower seat, which is convenient for women or not to tall men.... read more
For someone that enjoys riding like an adult, not racing crazy, this is an excellent bike. automatic or sport, is a very comfortable ride. it has a lower seat, which is convenient for women or not to tall men.
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5.0
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Bill Stackpole

Washington, USA

Reviewed on April 26, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2003 Harley-Davidson Road King view listing

4.3
I purchased this motorcycle in 2005. It had 5,050 miles on it at the time. I've put 78K miles on it including 3 cross country trips. Having been an aircraft mechanic I'm very disciplined about doing all the required maintenance consequently I have never had a breakdown with this bike. It's been totally reli... read more
I purchased this motorcycle in 2005. It had 5,050 miles on it at the time. I've put 78K miles on it including 3 cross country trips. Having been an aircraft mechanic I'm very disciplined about doing all the required maintenance consequently I have never had a breakdown with this bike. It's been totally reliable and even at 83K it still starts and runs perfectly. The quality of the factory build was excellent but I did find the dealership workmanship on some of the accessories subpar. The initial performance was also subpar. In 5th gear at highway speeds twisting the throttle did little or nothing. A stage one upgrade resolved that issue. For touring the factory seat was adequate but replacing it with and oversize seat with gel pads and a driver back rest made a long day's ride more enjoyable. I love the mustache engine guards. They provide an addition place to rest your foot when riding and the factory cruise control makes for a steady laid back ride. Would I recommend this motorcycle? YES! If your enjoy touring this is one reliable and comfortable long haul bike. I rode it from Washington State to The Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia and on the way back drove the entire Blue Ridge Parkway. Nothing better than those backroads!
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Tony Barbour

Kentucky, USA

Reviewed on April 14, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2016 Harley-Davidson Road King view listing

5.0
I really enjoyed owning my Road King. Comfort is top tier, for rider and passenger, with wind buffeting hardly noticeable with the fork fangs. The Ohlin shocks made the ride smooth, eating up bumps. The aftermarket Vance and Hines pipes aren't too loud but make for a nice rumble. I added a Ciro phone holder w... read more
I really enjoyed owning my Road King. Comfort is top tier, for rider and passenger, with wind buffeting hardly noticeable with the fork fangs. The Ohlin shocks made the ride smooth, eating up bumps. The aftermarket Vance and Hines pipes aren't too loud but make for a nice rumble. I added a Ciro phone holder wireless charger and a big cup holder for those long trips. Gas mileage is excellent. The Tour Pak has a rack on top for extra storeage. 2up seat is comfortable, so my wife says. Bike cover is included! Brand new battery. Battery tender is included. Just changed the oil and filter at 25000 mi. There is a reason cops ride these bikes in motorcycle rodeos: they corner like a rabbit!
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Jim Kiene

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on March 11, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2014 Honda CTX1300DX view listing

5.0
This is a great ride. With a V4 four stroke it has a smooth acceleration and ride, with a nice wide seat. Bluetooth audio was a nice plus for this machine. Saddlebags make it very functional for short runs or a weekend overnighter. Highly recommend the CTX as a sport cruiser. With a 1300 cc engine it is ... read more
This is a great ride. With a V4 four stroke it has a smooth acceleration and ride, with a nice wide seat. Bluetooth audio was a nice plus for this machine. Saddlebags make it very functional for short runs or a weekend overnighter. Highly recommend the CTX as a sport cruiser. With a 1300 cc engine it is a lighter handling bike.
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dalton

North Carolina, USA

Reviewed on December 14, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2007 Honda ST1300 (ST1300) view listing

4.5
I have heard of the weave but never experienced it with this bike. Up to 130 with no weave (with the windshield down), however what I have experienced in the last 6 months of ownership is this. This is a heavy girl. As bike weight goes up the room for error goes down. Mixmatched tires, off tire pressures ... read more
I have heard of the weave but never experienced it with this bike. Up to 130 with no weave (with the windshield down), however what I have experienced in the last 6 months of ownership is this. This is a heavy girl. As bike weight goes up the room for error goes down. Mixmatched tires, off tire pressures and unbalanced laods can and will have a drastic effect on handling. The rear shock adjustment has a lot of travel. Going up in that travel is no biggie (I recommned as stiff as you can stand it for best handling) but going down I recommend doing it 1 or 2 clicks as it will take a little time for the shock to settle down and you could find yourself riding more of a slinky if you get happy with the adjustments. Front forks have little adjustment other than stiffer springs and oil. Stock are pretty stiff and dive is minimal even in heavy braking Handling is good and its hard to scrape the pegs. More at home going 100 on the highway but going down the twisties this beast shines more than one might expect as even hitting good sized rocks in the turns moves it very little. The weight is noticeable but not tiring. After a day on the Blue Ridge, I know i've been riding all day ride but no next day soreness or stiffness that can accompnay some bigger bikes. Motor is excellent and robust. Smooth as silk with little buzzing even at high rpms.Yes the motor whine can be drowning for some but most will be so impressed with the ride and handling it becomes one of its charms. Gas mileage is better than most bikes even with the extra 250lbs. Maintainence is fairly easy and doesnt need much compared to most. I regularly get 50 and have seen 60MPG under the right conditions. 7.5 gallon gas tank ensures you get there and since main tank is below the seat, center of gravity is low and managemble even at slow speeds though I wouldnt park on an incline with a curb without backing in. Alternator has enough amperage to add any electrical features you could want without taxing it. HP and torque ratings vary and doesnt have what some others do but way more than fast enough to send you to prison so there's that. Comfort wise, most will probably opt for the aftermarket seat. I have had to raise the stock seat all the way to keep my nuts from getting crushed against the tank. I can go for about 2 hours on the highway before having to stretch but can spend hours on the twisties at Blue Ridge and it doesnt bother me probably cause Im not in one position for very long. Shorter riders looking for a sport touring will love the low seat height as I am 5'6 and can handle this bike with ease. Panniers are great and can handle full face helmets on both sides. (good luck getting that from anyone else), Easy to lock and unlock and doesnt rewuire different keys though so integrated into the bikes looks that without them its like a turtle thats lost its rear. In conclusion: This bike does everything so well for its size with forgiving handling it could almost be described as boring but hit the twisties and she can make your butt pucker more than once. Because of its size and power there is less room for error compared to others, I would recommend getting to know this bike and the setup well before taking to its limits. Good matched tires are a must and pressures need to be checked more often. Do this, change the oil and tires as scheduled and you have a machine that will keep you satisfied whether riding to the store for groceries, touring the US or hitting the twisties at Deals Gap, this bike will be with you for a long and practically maintenance free time and with Honda reliability. You will be hard pressed to find one that can do it all better.
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David D

Reviewed on October 27, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2005 Harley-Davidson Roadking view listing

5.0
This is the best place to buy a motorcycle, Honest,fair price and they service what they sell. I purchased two bikes and would buy another one when I am ready for it. Best place to buy a Harley Davidson, They are great for service if you need it and at a fair price. If you need tires, batteries, or cust... read more
This is the best place to buy a motorcycle, Honest,fair price and they service what they sell. I purchased two bikes and would buy another one when I am ready for it. Best place to buy a Harley Davidson, They are great for service if you need it and at a fair price. If you need tires, batteries, or custom work. Thanks
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Jesus

Reviewed on October 21, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2022 Harley-Davidson FLHR - Road King view listing

4.8
This has been the best bike I’ve ever owned! The Road King is reliable, strong, and is one of the best looking touring bikes out there. The only discomfort I have is the reach needed for the handlebars. Sometimes on slow sharp turns, I have to lean forward to get a full extension.... read more
This has been the best bike I’ve ever owned! The Road King is reliable, strong, and is one of the best looking touring bikes out there. The only discomfort I have is the reach needed for the handlebars. Sometimes on slow sharp turns, I have to lean forward to get a full extension.
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Bill

Reviewed on July 9, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 1988 Harley-Davidson Ultra classic view listing

4.8
I love this bike it's my daily . I have 75k top end rebuild. I service and take care of my lady I just did a 1180 mile run a week ago was a great comfortable ride. I will keep her and just go threw this old gal would never get rid of this bike.... read more
I love this bike it's my daily . I have 75k top end rebuild. I service and take care of my lady I just did a 1180 mile run a week ago was a great comfortable ride. I will keep her and just go threw this old gal would never get rid of this bike.
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