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    Hey! You're starting to sound like them!
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    Well the cruiser market is a big market... there must be some reason for that!

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  3. #13 bulk rock purchase?? 
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    I'm in if it looks like it may happen.

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  4. #14 Cruisers 
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    Well, if one day my garage is properly filled with the 5 bikes I want to own, I have to admit one of them would be a Harley. The others (not necessarily in order) would be a Ducati 1098, Triumph Bonneville, 1969 BMW R69S (already have that one) Suzuki 400 DRM, and a big fat Road King.
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    Well the cruiser market is a big market... there must be some reason for that!

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    This is an open offer of help to fellow riders (for free) who want to ride in China.

    Zibo motorcycle club can:

    1. Help you buy or order a bike of your choice
    2. Give help registering a bike
    3. Show you where to buy GPS
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    WOW! Can't get much better than that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMC888 View Post
    Just seems people have an obsession with the cruiser style, from watching too many movies set in Arizona
    I agree somewhat, especially living here in Arizona! But there are quite a few enduros/dirt bikes naturally, from all the sand, of course!
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    If I was going from Tuscon to Las Vegas with a group of buddies, a cruiser style bike would be a perfect bike for this kinda of trip. Outside of this exact context a cruiser style bike is in my view a compromise especially on wind blast and handling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbosidecar
    Well, if one day my garage is properly filled with the 5 bikes I want to own, I have to admit one of them would be a Harley. The others (not necessarily in order) would be a Ducati 1098, Triumph Bonneville, 1969 BMW R69S (already have that one) Suzuki 400 DRM, and a big fat Road King.
    I agree with all those choices, but I'd be happy with a Honda 599 as my regular transport, or a modern Triumph (as I'm English). Maybe a V-rod instead of a fat boy.
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  10. #20 Re: Zibo Motorcyle Club 
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    Hi, I'm From Brazil and I will be in Wengzhou area in sunday 11-04-2012, can you guys tell me, if there are any metting or something like that on this occasion.
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