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    If you had $13,000 to spend What cruiser would you buy?

    If you had $13,000 you could spend and was in the market for a cruiser, what cruiser would you buy? Looking forward to all your responses
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    How much does the Honda Goldwing/Crusier cost? That's what I'd buy.

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    A new goldwing cost $20,000
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    An Elio, and have enough money left over to buy another bike too!

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    Either a New CB1000, I think they are the coolest looking bikes out there

    Or a used BMW Cruiser. I don't remember the model.

    I already have a 2010 Fatboy.

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    Not a hard choice for me..............VMAX, nothing like it. Rode a 09 a couple years back. Power everywhere, at any speed, and in any gear. Stops and turns pretty good too. Very comfortable, only downside is the range.
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    none, id put that 13k to something i would actually use..... Im not a fan of cruiser style bikes, i just dont like they way way they ride.
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    Harley-Davidson FXD Superglide. I don't know if they're still $12,995, but they were just a few years ago. They're the real deal, super comfortable, great gas mileage, and quite reliable. Low maintenence, with hydraulic lifters, separate tranny oil-engine oil, smooth quiet belt drive, fuel injection-really just change the oil & ride it. You don't have to become a chrome loving biker to ride one, just do your own thing. Harleys aren't hard to get anymore, so dealers are dealin' BTW, my last cruiser was a Honda VTX1300C-a great bike, one of my favorites i've had, but I miss my Harleys. At least go test ride one-really. my 2cents- Glenn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hikerglenn View Post
    Harley-Davidson FXD Superglide. I don't know if they're still $12,995, but they were just a few years ago. They're the real deal, super comfortable, great gas mileage, and quite reliable. Low maintenence, with hydraulic lifters, separate tranny oil-engine oil, smooth quiet belt drive, fuel injection-really just change the oil & ride it. You don't have to become a chrome loving biker to ride one, just do your own thing. Harleys aren't hard to get anymore, so dealers are dealin' BTW, my last cruiser was a Honda VTX1300C-a great bike, one of my favorites i've had, but I miss my Harleys. At least go test ride one-really. my 2cents- Glenn

    I don't think you can even get a Sportster for that price now.
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    Just looked on their website-not currently offering the Superglide. They have the Street Bob (real similar)-$13,449 And even better the Lowrider-$14,199. Sportsters start out at $8249. Not a fan of the current Sportsters though. You know the old saying-"The 2 happiest days in a Sportster owners life-the day he buys it and the day he sells it" -kinda true for me, i'll take the big twins for the most part.
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