By DGTL GRL
2009 Victory Kingpin Tour
$5,000 (was 7,000)
Midnight Cherry/Pearl white factory paint with 'carbon fiber' detail 12,500 Miles 100 cubic inch (1,634 cc) 6 Speed Factory drag pipe add on and re-tune by dealership (Bairs Canton) Progressive adjustable 1/2” drop shocks (still have factory shock) Foot board brackets for shorter reach(have factory board brackets as well) Arlen Ness License Plate Holder Garage Kept, never laid down Bike runs, rides, sounds great and in excellent shape.
Purchased 4 years ago, we haven’t had time to ride the last 2 years and need to get a truck (country life) so need to sell.
As a bigger bike, it still is great for shorter people. I am just under 5’2” and still able to maneuver it. Low center of gravity and a fun to ride as any speed.
Would consider trades(partial/full) for Toyota Tundra extended cab(4x4 V8) .
Obviously cross-posted to cycle trader: https://www.cycletrader.com/listing/2009-Victory-KINGPIN+TOUR-5003559855
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I just finished http://www.amazon.com/The-Longest-Ride-Ten-Year-Motorcycle/dp/076034650X
dude rides an 80's goldwing around the world(offroad)
now reserved Dreaming of Jupiter.
I've read bunches of other books(long way round series) (I'm not sure I have the patience for border crossings)
also on cyclists
Post ones you know of here.
I also worked with a German grandmother who's ridden through the Himalayas and N+S America N-S E-W with her husband on DR650's
And know a couple who road unicycles with camping gear across Australia top to bottom.