May 03, 2015
The Harley dealer that I store my bike at also hosts a HOG (Harley Owner's Group) and the associated LOH (ladies of Harley) chapter. The LOH members were given the opportunity to model some of the new clothing that had come into the store lately. This was to take place prior to a ladies ride yesterday (5/2/15), organized in recognition of International Female Ride day. Unfortunately I had a major crick in my neck, so couldn't participate in the ride. But, I had committed to taking a Lady in to pick up her bike that day, so got to model using someone else's bike.
This is my one shot at fame and fortune - LOL.
Looking good! Hope your neck behaves better, soon.
Posted by: Cop Car at May 3, 2015 11:05:13 AM
P.S. That bike is 'way too much. A white bike?
Posted by: Cop Car at May 3, 2015 11:06:29 AM
That bike is exactly like mine except for color and year (it's a 2014), and has a way nicer stereo.
I'm not partial to white bikes, but some people like them.
Neck is much better today and I rode to the HOG chapter meeting this morning, then rode for a while with a couple of the gals before heading home.
Posted by: bogie at May 3, 2015 4:36:55 PM
You couldn't have proved it by me - that the two bikes are alike. In white it looks bulky, to me. Oh, well, as long as no one asks me to pay for it, it's really none of my business and I'm happy that the owner got/gets what she wants!
Glad about your neck.
Posted by: Cop Car at May 4, 2015 1:23:16 PM
Darker colors are slimming - apparently for bikes too. The shadow on the tank throws off the perception too.
There is one other difference between her bike and mine; the black slot on the fairing is an air vent that was introduced with the Rushmore (2014+) bikes.
Funny, I didn't notice she has hers set up the same way, with the same passenger backrest and same luggage rack. No wonder I felt so comfortable on it.
Posted by: bogie at May 9, 2015 10:22:57 PM
Comfort AND style - woo hoo!
Posted by: Cop Car at May 10, 2015 12:08:07 PM