Nice ride, the AT is a bike I have been looking at as a possible next bike. How do you like it?'17 AT DCT, Roxie’s home. 2 celsius. Still a little cold to go stretch her legs, and take her for a run. parked her beside Angel '18 GW DTC Tour
I sold my 15 Victory Magnum two weeks ago. I put tons of mods and 30,000km on mine before I sold it so let me know if you have any questions about that bike. Super reliable bikes.I just picked up a 2014 Victory Cross Country LE. Planning a ride to NS for Wharf Rat Rally 2019. Lots of roads in Ontario this year as well.
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Congrats on the new bike. I used to use a hitch carrier, all the ones I have seen require a 2" square reciever. Also I'm not sure how the rear suspension on a Subaru will like it, I used mine on a 1500 and 2500 series pickup. Your vehicle really should have a 500lb tongue weight capacity to use it for a 300lb wr250r.I picked up a 2017 WR250R and I'm looking forward to getting out on the trails. 2 weeks ago I joined the OFTR and I was charged $152 but was under the impression that the fee was only $62. Anyway, looking forward to meeting some like minded trail riders. I'll probably end up buying a Ganaraska pass.
I'm looking for a bike carrier tray and was wondering if anybody uses one with a 1 3/4 receiver? My vehicle is a Subaru SUV.
Yes insurance affects us all, I got rid of the SS and I’m 62, âge and years of riding doesn’t seem to matter, I feel for all of us. This bike was just over $1k a year, it is what it is .beautiful bike. If insurance rates made sense for multiple bikes would love to have a bike like that to rip around town with.