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Old 09-24-2010, 11:44 AM   #21
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The way I ride, I get nervous over 40k or so. I would rather stay under 25k. My bikes see a lot of RPMs. I raced hyper 2 strokes in the 80s, and that's the way I ride.

For a commuter that sees sane revs, 50-60k is normal with good maintenance, if it's not a Harley.
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Reason you dont see TONS of high mile bikes, is because they get stolen, crashed...etc. A bike can see 100-200k easy if maintained.
That's a great point. plus they are riden so hard and surely not maintained properly by everyone, and because most are 1/2 or 1/3 the cost of most cars/vehicles, i think ppl just toss it aside or just sellem.

Good comments over all guys, i'm becoming more educmucated !
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Good comments over all guys, i'm becoming more educmucated !
Next week we can tackle the birds and the bees for ya and you will be set.
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The what? I'm confused. Birds on me and bees sting me.
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The what? I'm confused. Birds on me and bees sting me.
I think he means when birds and bees have , they create something called
"MegaBirdbees" they are large, fast, and deadly. Mostly native to South America.

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