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SoCal - Temecula


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Nov 5, 2017
Temecula, ca
Greetings. I just bought a AT DCT 2017 and now researching the many accessories I will be needing. Wow! Easy to spend lot's of $$$. I've been riding over 50 years so this might be my last big bike. Although I only have 60 miles on it I really do enjoy the DCT and I think it will be a pleasant addition to my riding experience.

My First was a Honda S90 and over the past 10 years I've had a Vstrom (nice), ST1300 (awful ergonomics for me anyway but dependable and fast), BMW R1200GS (nice), Yamaha Tenere (best ergonomics for me and a solid machine but felt a tad heavy). First impressions on this Honda are very positive. Feels light, agile and fun to ride. Anyway, really excited about this new bike and looking forward to many miles.
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May 13, 2015
Welcome to africatwin.org @temeku! Happy to have you as a part of the community and congrats on the purchase. We can safely make a blanket statement and say everyone here agrees with you on the $$$ portion. :) Unless you're @OneEarTim, he just makes his own parts... haha

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