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Thread: Bikers!: Yamaha FJR1300AE

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    Bikers!: Yamaha FJR1300AE

    this one made me giggle... i will be riding again one day:

    push-button shift and computer controlled auto-clutch (note, there is no clutch lever!)

    read about it september 2006 ama magazin (american motorcyclist), page 28.

    or check it out here:
    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/pr.../501/home.aspx

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    That's pretty cool. I miss biking. My SCI happened when a dumb whore turned in front of me while I was on my '99 Triumph Sprint ST. Had a '97 Yamaha YZF, a '94 Yamaha Seca II, and a '83 Honda Nighthawk 550 (my first bike) before that.
    6/18/00: T-5 complete

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    Thats really cool! I miss riding alot!
    Steve
    C5-6 Feb 05

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    Wow...

    ...I like it...Think I'm going to look into it...

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    my SCI happened when a little old 83 yr old lady made a left hand turn in front of me! my next bike is going to be a Harley!

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    I m new to this site ,but Im looking for sci people who are serious about ridding motorcycles.Ive been out of the hospital for almost 2 months ,and Ive already rode my xr 50 with the help of training wheels and a rear hand brake. Pm me If your ridding or just want to ride.Im in so cal,it would be cool to find local people!

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    Heres a site in aulstraila check it out !!http://www.dreamfit.com.au/pages/mot...-prototype.php
    I have another one too but this one looks good!

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    I'm still riding but having problems with shifting into second can't feel the shift with numbness in the leg...I had to to go with a lighter bike...so the Harley just sits there in the garage...bummer...I miss it... Thinking of getting a side car so I wouldn't have to worry about the weight of the bike but what fun is that?...I like the feel of leaning in curves too much!...

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