The Perfect Bike

To answer ChefRichardM’s comment that is a tough one I have been riding most of my life I started with a 380 Suzuki I was hooked then I bough my first Harley it was a 1972 Sportster I loved it I kept it till my girls moved back in with me after the divorce they were 3 and 5 years old and anybody who is a single parent knows after that there is not much time for anything else so I sold it I did wothout till they began their teenage years then I bought a 1980 Sportster shortly after that I got a great deal on a 1978 Lowrider then I sold the Sportster to keep the bigger bike which has kept me content till last year when I bought a 100 Anniversary Heritage Softail, Back to your question what is the best Harley to buy for a novice rider the best thing to do is take a safe riding course get licensed and spend some time at the Harley shop some shops have demo’s that you can test ride and simply find which one is most comfortable for you they are however very expensive so it certainly is a major decision, Personally I love all bikes my friends ride a lot of different types of bikes and we all have a great time, give it a lot of thought decide what you want, buy it, and have fun.
Tim

Think Spring

I have kept a private diary on my computer for the last 3 years I decided today since I read a few other diarys I will start my diary here today, It was beautiful out today almost 70 degrees after the long and brutal winter I needed it I just had to take the Harley out today but of course since I had the security system activated all winter the battery was almost dead so off comes the seat and I threw about 1/2 hour charge to it and she fired up it was great I only rode about 50 miles but it felt so good I am looking forward to tomorrow it is suppose to be 70 something I am going to Mom’s for dinner it is my nephews birthday so she is making dinner plus the girls will be there I always like to visit with them