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|View Poll Results: Percentage of income spent on motorcycles?|
|I'm embarrassed to say!||11||18.33%|
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|04-19-2012, 09:19 PM||#21|
Join Date: May 2008
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'12 Haro Flightline 29er
'09 R6 (sold)
'07 V-Star 1100 Custom (sold)
'01 F4i (sold)
I rather not know...... I just buy or pay for what I need.
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|04-19-2012, 11:03 PM||#22|
Join Date: Feb 2009
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Experience: 10+ years
Mine would be <$0. If the motorcycle fund were dry, nothing would be spent until something is sold.
The motorcycle fund generally has way more than my personal checking. Occasionally, I do splurge on going out or something for the house and the motorcycle fund picks up the tab.
I made a commitment many years ago that the cars, motorcycles, nor any hobby would take away from my household income, and I have stayed true to that commitment.
My motorcycle fund bought my truck two years ago.