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  1. #1
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    Default Hmmmm?

    Hey all hope you guys have been good.(and safe) Anyhow, I am having a dilemna. I am contemplating selling the bike. Seems it is sitting more than being ridden.... Not because I do not want to but just demographics and time.
    Pro's: No more payments/high insurance payment......
    Con's riding.....

    Any suggestions....?????
    Live free, Ride hard, and die naturally.....
    SCOTT

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    Pay the sucker off or buy something used you can pay in full, drop the full coverage and go liability only.

    My expenses are liability on both, I have a factory tech service manual for both and only have the cost of parts to keep them going for most things.... except when I have put one down and had to pony up for parts and lots of time. Works well if you have tools and are handy.

    Lots of great bikes you can buy cheap in economic times like these.
    Ray Forsbach
    01' Triumph 955i
    05' Kawasaki ZRX1200R
    02' BMW R1150RT

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    I sold my street bike cause only time I rode it was mainly to commute or a track day every couple months. So I got rid of my payments and bought a scooter to commute on :lol: and a track bike. So I have no bike payment but still do what I was doing before.

    I know the scooter doesn't have the power and feel or the RSV but it is more comfortable to ride while commuting, I still get to ride and coverage and gas is really really cheap!
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    Brandon
    2006 GSXR600 Trackbike
    2007 Aprilia SR50
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    Snap out of it...and ride more.

    I speak from experience.
    PL Laird

    2012 Yamaha FZ8
    My other bike is a Dubya Arr Fo Fiddy Eff

    "Good judgment comes from experience,...experience comes from bad judgment."

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    Thanks all.
    Live free, Ride hard, and die naturally.....
    SCOTT

    2009 GSX-R600
    Full Yoshi Pipes
    PC V
    Sliders
    Swing Arm Spools
    BMC Air Filter
    Mapped

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