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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-25-2010, 02:00 PM Thread Starter
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They have all gone

Gone is my K75RT which I became very attached to also My yamaha YZF 600R Thundercat which was a scream.

All to make way for my yellow 2010 Versys.
Am I going to miss them.
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Probably not for long!!!

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I bought a motorcycle because my wife said that I couldn't! Now I have two and she still says I can't have another one!
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Sounds like a challenge to me!

Now I have four!
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I kept my Harley thats not going anywhere
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You sold the K75RT and kept the Harley? I would not have done that.

In fact, I just sold my K1200GT and kept my K75RT (and my Versys). The Versys puts a smile on my face every day. The K75 is a classic with a great great motor (not exciting, but smooth and bulletproof). There are few smallish Sport Tourers, and the K75 is one. The K12 was just tooo big.
But it's the Versys that makes me grin every time I get on. -- Hank.
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Dont do that.
The K75RT was a brilliant bike penty of power and just as good as my old Pan European at eating miles in total comfort with ease.
It will be greatly missed.

The Versys will do what My Cat and beemer did mainly commute
The harley is for sunny day summer weekend fun.
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