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(Originally posted on: 05-16-06 01:20:31 PM)
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Like the motorcycle I just bought a couple weeks back.



It's a 1977 Suzuki GS750B. I gave the previous owner $675 for it, considering that it runs rather well and only needs a carb cleaning to keep it that way. The electric starter is burned out though, so I'm going to have to kick start the bastard everywhere I go (doesn't bother me though). On top of the bike, I got two brand new tires for free from the previous owner as well, about $150 worth of tread. The other problems are small inconveniences, like the horn, which has a broken switch.

I pick the bike up from the repair shop (they fixed the rear brake master cylinder and put the tires on) saturday, and I'll have my liscence by thursday next week, right in time to ride the bike to Nashville on her new owners' maiden voyage. It's rough, it needs work, but it runs great and is extremely reliable. Oh, and 45 mpg fuel economy is a good thing too, since I have to pay out the ass for premium for my Baja.

Does anyone else ride, or am I the first forum biker?
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Reply 1 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 01:41:16 PM)
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My dad does, and every year I decide I'm going to start biking and every year I put off getting my license ...

This year though LOL IM SUCH A FAG!!

PS - Nice bike!
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Reply 2 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 02:56:47 PM)
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Both of my roommates are bikers, though I haven't gotten into it yet. Maybe when I get back.
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Reply 3 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 03:17:51 PM)
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I've had my license for a few years. I no longer have my bike though and I miss it. Hopefully I'll make enough this summer to get a new one, until the I'm stucking riding a suzuki savage when I desperately get the urge.
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Reply 4 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 03:37:55 PM)
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My dad and a bunch of his friends ride. If I could afford one like yours I'd get it. Thats actually the exact type of bike I'd love riding. It isn't flashy and it preforms reliably.
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Reply 5 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 04:14:44 PM)
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I have a totally gnarly scooter

It goes 70 km/h downhill and has a homemade sticker of Jimi Hendrix & Fidel Castro
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Reply 6 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 04:27:04 PM)
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I ride and I'm a biker, but without the motor- thing.
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Reply 7 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-16-06 09:53:56 PM)
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I was in a biker gang back in the day.

but then my Big Wheel broke
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Reply 8 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 12:09:11 AM)
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When I was looking at cars, I was seriously thinking about buying a motorcycle. My mom said that I couldn't buy one, and the 500 mile drives back home would also be a problem, so I didn't get one. But I really wanted to!
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Reply 9 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 06:58:06 AM)
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Quoted from Aaron:
It isn't flashy and it preforms reliably.


That's one of the reasons I went with this bike, well, that and because it's cheap. It still needs a lot of work, but it runs fine and will be road legal when I fix the horn this weekend.

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My mom said that I couldn't buy one

What is it with mothers and motorcycles? My mother is the only person in my direct family that doesn't know I bought a bike, and she won't find out until I ride it up to my stepfather's lakehouse for the fourth of July. Hell, I even told him (stepfather), but he agreed to keep quiet about it until I ride it up north, and he's going to play dumb to the whole thing when I get there, just so he isn't in the doghouse for the rest of his life.

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I have a totally gnarly scooter


Does it look something like this?



That's an old Honda Aero 80. I had one when I was growing up, about when I was 12 or so. Then I upgraded to one of these:



Until I wiped out on loose gravel when I was 15, with no protective gear whatsoever. We had the bike up until last summer in my great uncle's tool shed, but it was scrapped by my second cousin in search of money for crystal meth.

Hopefully I won't take any spills on the 750 during my Beginner's Riding Course (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) next week. I know I'm going to fall eventually, and the bike is going to take a bit of damage (that's why I bought old and cheap), but I don't want to embarrass myself further. Being that I'll be the only one kickstarting the bike, and riding the oldest bike in the class, and just making a bunch of rookie mistakes (haven't rode in 8 years).
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Reply 10 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 07:46:22 AM)
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A HUMBLE TITLE THAT MISLEADS THE MASSES!
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Reply 11 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 08:13:46 AM)
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My father hasn't only horse traded that scooter but that exact honda as well, WI 0_0 I've driven both over a summer or so and they were a blast.

Where did you grow up, man? Its like we're practically neighbors.
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Reply 12 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 04:31:07 PM)
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Nice bike.

I have a friend who just bought a moped (really it's more like a scooter). He's roughly 6'5, and he looks like an uncomfortable giant riding it. But, the gas milage is great.
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Reply 13 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 05:25:16 PM)
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i've always wanted a motorcycle, but have never had the money to get one.
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Reply 14 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 05:46:08 PM)
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Quoted from Aaron:
My father hasn't only horse traded that scooter but that exact honda as well, WI 0_0 I've driven both over a summer or so and they were a blast.

Where did you grow up, man? Its like we're practically neighbors.


Wow, that's strange. I grew up and rode both of my previous bikes in the east central Illinois area. If you know anything about Illinois, then you might know that I'm referring to the part of the state south of Kankakee and north of Champaign. Nothing but cornfields and straight roads (occasionally gravel). Took my first and only rough spill just northwest of Gilman on the 175, at a corner on a road with loose gravel spilled all around it, around 20mph or so without a helmet or gear. I guess that's where I got the blatantly obvious brain damage I show from time to time. Must have taken out the social deviant corner of my mind.

Just out of curiousity, did your father happen to have a '76 Honda CB360T also? When we bought the 175 my dad got a 360 out of the guy for an extra $300. He never let me ride it, telling me it was too much bike for me when I was 15. When I finally ride the 750 down to see him on Memorial Day weekend, I'm going to tell him it's too much bike for him. i'm a serial-killer :)


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Well, considering I'm spending money so ridiculously frivolously lately (the bike, an Xbox 360, massive amounts of DVDs, etc), I'm probably going to regret buying the bike, and all the other things, when I get out of the army. With car payments, rent, and other miscellaneous bills, I'll probably be hurting for cash after a few months out. Oh well, got to enjoy it while I have it.

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Nice bike.

I have a friend who just bought a moped (really it's more like a scooter). He's roughly 6'5, and he looks like an uncomfortable giant riding it. But, the gas milage is great.


Mileage of scooters is fucking awesome, but you know that old saying about fat girls and mopeds? Yeah, wouldn't be caught dead on a moped right now. A fat girl, well, depends on whether she'd crush me or not. Or blow out the shocks on my bike.
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It is also important to know what to do you when you die. 1) Don't try to drive a car. 2) Do not operate heavy machinery. 3) Do not talk."
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Reply 15 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-17-06 08:28:10 PM)
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Quoted from Wandering Idiot:
Quoted from Aaron:
My father hasn't only horse traded that scooter but that exact honda as well, WI 0_0 I've driven both over a summer or so and they were a blast.

Where did you grow up, man? Its like we're practically neighbors.


Wow, that's strange. I grew up and rode both of my previous bikes in the east central Illinois area. If you know anything about Illinois, then you might know that I'm referring to the part of the state south of Kankakee and north of Champaign. Nothing but cornfields and straight roads (occasionally gravel). Took my first and only rough spill just northwest of Gilman on the 175, at a corner on a road with loose gravel spilled all around it, around 20mph or so without a helmet or gear. I guess that's where I got the blatantly obvious brain damage I show from time to time. Must have taken out the social deviant corner of my mind.

Just out of curiousity, did your father happen to have a '76 Honda CB360T also? When we bought the 175 my dad got a 360 out of the guy for an extra \$300. He never let me ride it, telling me it was too much bike for me when I was 15. When I finally ride the 750 down to see him on Memorial Day weekend, I'm going to tell him it's too much bike for him. i'm a serial-killer :)


Well, I've been in NC my entire life. I told my father about the bike thing and he said those were actually pretty popular back in the day. Maybe its just a southern thing (well sorta southern).

I've wrecked so many times on a bike. I think the worste was when I hit a tree and did a front flip over the handle bars. I also randomly slammed on the front breaks because I was bored and did the same thing.

Things on two wheels = fun.
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Reply 16 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 07:39:40 AM)
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Reply 17 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 10:41:41 AM)
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Doesn't change the fact that I want your bike.
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Reply 18 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 11:33:44 AM)
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Smokey, you're in Florida, aren't you? I happen to know a guy on SA with the same year/model bike I have, but he has a massive front fairing. He's looking to sell it also, but I'm not sure what he's asking. I've been talking to him more often lately mainly because I'm trying to learn as much about my bike as possible. His bike is in a lot better condition than mine, so he'd probably want something like $1500 for it.

GS series Suzukis are everywhere, just need to know where to look. Anything before '77 is a two stroke, however, so dodge '76 and prior unless you don't mind extra maintenance. These bikes are a bitch to find parts for also, being that Suzuki only makes parts for the required 10 years after production year, then drops the molds. Hondas are easier to find parts for, being that they are so prevalent, especially in the southeast.

Finally, if you are in Florida, you're a lucky bastard. Your state allows you to ride without helmets (not that I would), but they make you pay for No Helmet insurance (sometimes double the price of standard bike insurance). After a few years I'd probably get No Helmet insurance, but that wouldn't be until I'm extremely comfortable riding around in traffic.
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Reply 19 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 12:22:02 PM)
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What's the appeal of not wearing a helmet? I know several people who have "taken advantage" of that law and most of them have had at least one trip to the hospital. Florida is one of the few places I'd make sure to wear a helmet.
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Reply 20 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 03:42:13 PM)
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I have to wear helmets on these bikes anyway...sinus stuff. I have a lot of loser illnesses.

As much as I'd love to - I'm in college...I can't fucking afford a bike. I can hardly afford to eat.
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Reply 21 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-18-06 05:53:44 PM)
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Reply 22 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-19-06 05:16:11 PM)
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What's the appeal of not wearing a helmet? I know several people who have "taken advantage" of that law and most of them have had at least one trip to the hospital. Florida is one of the few places I'd make sure to wear a helmet.


It's just a personal decision. Honestly, I think if someone wants to ride without a helmet, they should have the option. Personal freedoms and such, yada yada. I think the same way about seat belts as well. If someone is dumb enough not to wear it, they deserve the injuries recieved during an accident, but it should be their choice.


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Reply 23 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-19-06 06:49:58 PM)
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So I live in practically the same area as WI used to. My aunt is from Gilman. Kankakee is maybe 45 minutes away on 17.
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Reply 24 of 30 (Originally posted on: 05-19-06 08:33:02 PM)
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Wait, shit, you're 45 minutes out of Kankakee? Shit, my mother is out in Bonfield, west of Kankakee, about 20 minutes or so. Might have to make a run over to your town sometime when I'm home for some random holiday.

Going to get the bike in the morning, one of the people in my company is going to drag his trailer up to the shop and I'm going to spend most of the day getting back into the habit of riding a bike. It's going to be a long ass day, but I can't wait. Got to remember to buy a Skid Lid tomorrow also.
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Although, so far there's no known treatment for death's crippling effects, still everyone can acquaint himself with the three early warning signs of death: one, rigor mortis; two, a rotting smell; three, occasional drowsiness.

It is also important to know what to do you when you die. 1) Don't try to drive a car. 2) Do not operate heavy machinery. 3) Do not talk."
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