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Multiple Bike Disorder (MBD)

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9 minutes ago, Terry said:

That deserves some kind of medal! :cheerleader:

 

Please tell my wife and Paypal account!!!!

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Now that would be a picture..... (hint)

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Please tell my wife and Paypal account!!!!

I wasn't sure that you could support your "habit" and a wife. Maybe she deserves the award?


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4 minutes ago, Terry said:


I wasn't sure that you could support your "habit" and a wife. Maybe she deserves the award?


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How true.  I should say "we" have 40.  A few are hers.

 

Batteries, Tabs and Tires...   Oh my!!!!! 

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I guess I missed this thread, but I also have MBD.  I currently own a 7th and 8th Gen VFR and a Goldwing.

 

 

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Missing my latest purchase from this pic. There is a 2007 ST3S added to my fleet and there is another 82 Gpz 550 just out of the frame as well.

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Joined the MBD club with the purchase of a fabulous 1986 VFR750 in RWB livery.  It was restored/refurbished by VFRD forum member Blu Road, who found it in a barn, last registered in 1993. Fortunately for us, Blu Road, in his spare time, is focused on restoring/revitalizing 2nd gen VFR’s. His attention to detail, knowledge, and craftsmanship are second to none. You can follow his work at V4dreams where each build is documented. Check out his site, it’s has some great info and VFR history. This particular 86 was started around April of this year. It is one of those bikes that I couldn’t pass up, 10K miles and upgraded in all the right ways. Had to have it. My plans are to take extremely good care of it, I’m an anal type (it’s ablessing and it’s a curse) and bring to local shows, and occasionaly ride it around the Rocky Mountains. 

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Mountain air running thru the carbs

 

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Next to the 99

 

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Wow!  I used to dream about owning that bike when I was in high school.  Never could afford one for at least another decade and a half!  Beautiful example of an '86.  

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