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I thought my Street Glide rode better than my classic Springer. Imagine my surprise when I rode this new RGU. Always found it better to get with like minded people. Cuts out some crap. :)

Traded my 08 Anniversary SG on the 2011 RGU a few weeks ago. I have about 1500 miles already.

A little about me. 48 and been on motorcycles since I was 5. First harley when I was 17. 1984 Low rider. Had 3 of them over the years. Had a 72 FLH. 06 Classic Springer. My favorite was my 1948 Pan. I miss that one most.
 

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Same here, always bad mouthed the street glides and road glides, funny thing is I was trained on a full fairing bike some years ago (Kawasaki KZ1000). Never gave it much thought, and when it came time to trade in the Road King, something about the RG had me hooked, wasn't for a few weeks before I thought about back in the day when I logged most of my miles on that old KZ1000. Love the RG, more than any other bike Ive ever ridden
 

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Yep, the FUGLY bike has never been more popular. Not sure if they're a habit or a religion. Welcome from the north woods of Maine.
 

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Congrats on the Roadglide and welcome to the site.:grin:
 

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Welcome to the forum
 

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When I bought my H3. All I seen was H3s everywhere. I bought a 2500HD lifted. All I see it 2500s. What I like about this. I never see RGs. Went to the Strip and usually there's 100s of bikes late Sunday. 1000s are through here on the weekend. I seen 1 other RG and it had temp tags. He just bought it. I bought the Copper street glide to be different. I see I'm in an elite group now.
 
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