Thursday, April 11, 2013
Ever wonder what it would be like to thunder down the street on a motorcycle so awesome, that men cower in fear and women become aroused by its very presence? A bike, equipped with fifteen-inch Progressive rear shocks and a lowered front end, that can carve up a twisty mountain road like a billy goat on bath salts. Think what it would be like to have at your disposal, with a simple twist of the wrist, the ability to unleash untold power and excitement. Frighten your neighbors and impress your friends with a cacophony of thunderous noise, like the hellish explosions of a thousand satanic firecrackers, emanating from the ceramic-coated Vance and Hines two-into-one exhaust pipes.
This ‘97 XL 883 is part flat-tracker, part café racer, part naked street fighter and all treachery and venom, designed and built to rattle windows and frighten small children.
I know the history of this bike from its humble beginnings as a baby-blue bagger with windshield, sissy bar and crash bars. 5,400 original miles. New tires, good battery and a nasty attitude.
I only rode it twice last summer, its awesomeness is far too awesome for a man of my mild manner and pleasant disposition. I must make room in the stable, so my loss is your gain.
This bike could change your life for $4800.00 cash. Won’t last long on Craigslist, let me know if interested.