Yep, I know how. But, I certainly don't have the hours in to qualify as an experienced (or licensed) rider!BIG LAW MAN said:Do you even know HOW to ride a motorcycle?:laughing:
funny you say that,when i first saw my friends 'bulldog' it is a big bike.i sat on it and was suprised it only weighed 585(give or take a few)everything except a few pieces,is show polish aluminum.the 18 " rear tire is billet aluminum.and i comes with 100hp and 100ft lbs of torque with a 6-speed.i must say that the bike hauls ass.the big bear choppers have even more power than that.plus the thing is lighter than a harley.thats why there expensive,lots of billet,seamless lifetime warranty frames.wires and cables run inside of frame,list goes on.your local bike shop should have a couple of customs,ask to ride one,you'll be shocked,try not to ride a ridgid frame though.those are brutal.Bob88con said:Pretty wild looking ride. I'd be afraid to get on one of those.
cavsvet74 said:I highly recomend the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course.
Even if you know how to ride, it's worth the weekend.