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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-03-2008, 09:37 PM
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I have the Appalachian moutains here in PA to ride around. Great riding around in the coal regions, lots of old winding roads. It's great riding through the mountains in the summer. You run into alot of small towns along the way. My good friend has a 2005 Vulcan VN750 and I had a hard time keeping up with him on my old 1980 KZ750 last year. Now that I got my 94 Vulcan this year, I can't wait to hit the back roads with it. We finally had some nice weather the past 2 days, went for a ride yesterday and loved every minute of it.

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I had a great time riding Skyline Drive through Virginia. Tons of Twisties!!
And the backroads of Western PA, what could be better (well, maybe the roads out West!)
The Vulcan handled them all with no problems!!

And on the open road, such as interstate and highway, the Vulcan handles them just as well. Although I'd prefer taking the roads less traveled!!

I've enjoyed just about every road I've had the Vulcan on.
One exception would have to be city roads, especially in Pittsburgh. I hate city riding!!

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I live here in the Bay Area as well and I have to say we are fortunate to have some of the best motorcycle roads in our own backyard. I've taken my bike through the Santa Cruz mountains and up through the Sierra and everything in between. The bike handles it all well.

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all roads , Super slab is good for going 100 mph , twisties well they are just fun , old roads are nice to ride on , dirt roads are fun to do burn outs on , off roads (the one good thing about having a shaft) also fun , my bike goes the same places as KLR's do , and i can keep up with ninja's ...
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I love cruising country roads best ~ straight, twisty, flat, hilly. But, day to day, I use my bike to commute within the city. It's nimble and quick, whether I'm on a city street or a patch of interstate.


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post #16 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-21-2008, 03:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Chuckster View Post
Hey Mike, those are some great pics! You have some beautiful places to ride. Is that your bike in one of them? I love your bike. Mind if I ask what kind of windshield and bags you have. They look great. That's probably the first set of bags I actually liked on the 750. Love the seat too.
what he said, lol..
great looking bike and pics.. makes me jealous, lol...
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