I have owned several bikes over the years, some quite fancy, some not. I dabbled in a custom Sportster that had more chrome that should be legally allowed, Ducati sport bike with lots of carbon fiber and titanium, Japanese cruisers and sport bikes that were way too fast for my own good and several dirt bikes.
Yet in 30 years of riding, something new happened to my very plain, 95% stock, and even a little ugly TW that has never happened before...
The bike was sitting outside the hospital where I work yesterday and someone placed a note on it asking me if I wanted to sell it and if so to call his number. I have owned it less than a month and it is still the nasty '90 teal color
I know these bikes are a high-demand item, but really?
i saw my first tdub in 2007 and had to decide between buying a tdub or moving to hawaii. i chose the latter of the two. i moved back to the mainland in june of 2009 and bought my tdub in july! i HAD to have one.