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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 07-13-2020, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2013 FJR for sale. It has 37,000+ miles and has always been garaged. I will throw in a tank bag and a tail bag with the deal. It has a Rickís custom seat, mirror extensions, handle bar risers, safety tail lights, a ball mount on the steering nut, TPMS, an auxiliary power bar under the seat, driving lights, and a tourtech bag mount. All this for $7,250. You can reach me at ď[email protected]ď. I am located in Lacey, WA. I have developed Parkinsonís Disease and froze while turning last week so I am giving up riding.
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Sounds nice but I don't have the time to ride it cross country right now and paying to ship it would be quite a bit

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post #42 of 42 (permalink) Old 07-13-2020, 12:41 PM
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What part of BEING REAR ENDED AT A STOP or RETARD TURNS LEFT AND HITS ME MID-INTERSECTION sounds like "bike too heavy"?


Also we're talking six years and at least ~50k miles of riding here on these three FJRs I've owned out of 15 years of riding.



Easy there, Aran : I was simply making a statement that perhaps in all the riding you were doing with those FJR's you might have grown less able to truly ride that heavy a bike. Whether you can or cannot would be your determination, not us out here. If you are confident enough to move out of harms way due to your skill[s] then the FJR is still for you. If not, then something different might offer you more "luck" not to get into another fray.


I don't know your skill level, nor your riding habits. You know that and perhaps your riding friends too. Bad things happen all the time to good/great "seasoned" riders. Please don't take my comment ^^^up there^^^ wrong...I simply was asking you if maybe the bike was too much for you, that's all. Better Days Ahead -- YMMV
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