The Challenger lives on...

Discussion in 'Challenger News, Articles and Media Reviews' started by Katshot, Oct 23, 2020.

  1. 70-426_10-SRT

    70-426_10-SRT B&E body lover

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    Bikers
    Harley, Honda, Kawasaki, dirtbikes. doesn't matter.
    (Everything but those stupid trikes with two wheels up front )
     
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    Yeah, definitely bikers. Although we never waved to Harleys.
     
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    2017 Redline HC 2017 Redline HC

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    Were you one of those BMW guys? :Big Laugh:
    When I road I would wave back to any bike....didn’t matter
     
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    BMW? Hell no! Never a BMW fan. But I like Harleys even less. I was riding dirt bikes at 10. Racing by 12. By 15 I started building my first street bike, a Kawasaki A7SS. For years I only rode 2-strokes. Kawasaki H1's and H2's and Yamaha RD's and RZ's. Finally, I jumped to a Honda 750 and stayed with 4-strokes for a number of years until I got my Suzuki Katana 1100. Then I started scrounging up old H1's again and rebuilding them. In '94 after 20+ years of riding, jumping and racing, I broke my neck in 6 places in a minor motorcycle accident putting around a field in West Virginia. I had 7 bikes at the time but my wife said no more motorcycles so that was that. After I got out of the halo, I took my bikes for one last ride then sold them all.