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Old 11-05-2012, 07:04 PM   #43
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Hmmm, need to ponder ...

This has been a very good thread for me to read. The DH and I are first time RVers and have a Class A on order. Until recently, I rode my own Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle (725 pounds) and DH rides a full dress Ultra Classic - same frame as Road King but with farings, passenger seat, CD player, etc. DH said he knew I'd want my own bike because I won't even let him lead on the dance floor! However, I have no burning desire to drive it but wonder if I will be a white knuckle passenger, too of because the "not in control" feeling. I agree I need to be able to drive it for emergencies and such so I will learn. Hearing the variety of experiences in this thread has given me thoughts to ponder. Thanks, I think.


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This has been a very good thread for me to read. The DH and I are first time RVers and have a Class A on order. Until recently, I rode my own Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle (725 pounds) and DH rides a full dress Ultra Classic - same frame as Road King but with farings, passenger seat, CD player, etc. DH said he knew I'd want my own bike because I won't even let him lead on the dance floor! However, I have no burning desire to drive it but wonder if I will be a white knuckle passenger, too of because the "not in control" feeling. I agree I need to be able to drive it for emergencies and such so I will learn. Hearing the variety of experiences in this thread has given me thoughts to ponder. Thanks, I think.


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Beth, If you can ride a Harley, you can drive a Coach. Biggest bike I owned was a BSA Lightening and then I owned a Norten Comando. Gave up bikes when they forced me to wear the helmet.
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