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Free H.D sticker

Stumbled across this - Free Harley Davidson sticker, 3 different to choose from:

https://www.harley-davidson.com/en_U...-NO&camp_id=16

I guess it's good enough for the inside of your toolbox...

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Stumbled across this - Free Harley Davidson sticker, 3 different to choose from:

https://www.harley-davidson.com/en_U...-NO&camp_id=16

I guess it's good enough for the inside of your toolbox...


Or place at the bottom of a toilet bowl. To show how you really feel.

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Ordered one I like the dark customs..
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Thanks for the offer, but I wouldn't want a free one. I am so sick of the HD attitude that most have... When are you getting a real bike? etc..

Sorry for those here who ride them and own them and like them, I know not everyone is like that but the majority are.

Maybe Weljo has a good suggestion for the use of one.

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Thanks for the offer, but I wouldn't want a free one. I am so sick of the HD attitude that most have... When are you getting a real bike? etc..

Sorry for those here who ride them and own them and like them, I know not everyone is like that but the majority are.

Maybe Weljo has a good suggestion for the use of one.
Boy, HD really has your panties in a wad.

I grew up an Evel Knevel fan. He could do things with those Harley Davidsons.

Me thinks Capn Kirk lost Uhura to a Romulan on a Classic 2054 Harley Davidson.

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I don't like how some HD riders act like they didn't see me wave, yeah sure they're jerks, but I can't lump all HDs together in the jerk column just 'cause some belong there; I'm sure there's some not-so-nice jap bikers out there too.

Instead, I choose to get pissed off with people driving mopeds and thinking they're badass, Mac users that think I'm subhuman 'cause I prefer PCs (I'm an IT specialist) and wanna argue about it, celebrities and politicians that are so narcissistic that they do stupid things just to get in the news, inlaws, my own family, etc., etc., blah, blah...

Sorry guys, Harley riders are way down on my list to complain about.

Whatever the case, a free sticker is just a free sticker. Stick it on the bottom of your toilet bowl if that floats your boat,

that was pretty funny btw, lol

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Boy, HD really has your panties in a wad.
Not HD, the a$$holes that ride them and sling the crap about riding anything but an HD.

I might add, I don't get the attitude from any other riders.. Not saying they don't exist, but I have never seen it.

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I grew up an Evel Knevel fan. He could do things with those Harley Davidsons.
He could certainly crash them purty good.

Truly an icon though. I saw him jump a bunch of Greyhound busses on the XR750 at the Syracuse fairgrounds back in the early 70s...something I'll never forget.

btw, I got the classic No. 1 red, white and blue sticker.
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He could certainly crash them purty good.

btw, I got the classic No. 1 red, white and blue sticker.

Me too

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For a Harley that's a RIGHT PURTY bike! But how can you ride it with the footpegs back near the swing-arm pivots?

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For a Harley that's a RIGHT PURTY bike! But how can you ride it with the footpegs back near the swing-arm pivots?
Most guys move the pegs toward the front wheel but I'm not very smart and tried to move the front wheel toward the pegs. Well it wasn't very purty after that

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Did anyone catch the question in the middle of the form:

Do you have a motorcycle license?

Since I'm not a Harley rider I don't really know the gist of the question. What kind of sticker do you get if you answer NO?

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Did anyone catch the question in the middle of the form:

Do you have a motorcycle license?

Since I'm not a Harley rider I don't really know the gist of the question. What kind of sticker do you get if you answer NO?
They are assessing the marketability of the folks that respond to the request for decals. HD also runs MSF courses at many of their dealerships.

Personally I think the Japanese can learn a lot if they study HD marketing strategy.

HD showrooms are amazing. The fit and finish on the new bikes is awesome. You can walk in my local dealership wearing a Kawasaki T-shirt and you are treated with respect. If you want to test ride a top of the line touring motorcycle, you can. The biggest draw for me is that the touring bikes are configurable. If you are not going on a trip you can pull parts off because the trunk is quick release, the lowers come off, etc. With one bike you have have a tourer and a local rider.

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Most guys move the pegs toward the front wheel but I'm not very smart and tried to move the front wheel toward the pegs. Well it wasn't very purty after that

Dang! I hope you weren't injured too bad in that one.

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You can walk in my local dealership wearing a Kawasaki T-shirt and you are treated with respect.
Not mine!! I don't have any MC branded attire but my wife and I rode in on our jap bikes and were not treated nice. Two salesmen were near the front door and asked if we were there to look at trading for a new Harley and we told them we were looking for some longer gloves for my wife. They gave us a look of disgust and didn't even say another word. Ended up not buying anything thing from them, not for the way we were treated, but their inventory was ridiculously priced.

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There is a big dealership close to me.. I have only been in it once, but not to buy a harley, to buy Polaris..

I agree with Twowheeladdict that the place was amazing. Very very clean. Everything was new, clean, etc. I was very impressed with the place -- looked like they really cared.

In fact even the staff seems professional. Granted, I believe that is all based on where you go but was still impressed. People were even demoing bikes all the time.

However -- then I looked at the prices.. 25k, 30k, 35k.. wtf.

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