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Hi. Transitioning member checking in as I see an opportunity to learn about the new tech model line and see how individuals and builders respond to them. Looks to be a good market move in order for Harley to attract a new generation of U.S. and international riders as the geezer generation (like me) with the big old hogs fade away.
 

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Hi. Transitioning member checking in as I see an opportunity to learn about the new tech model line and see how individuals and builders respond to them. Looks to be a good market move in order for Harley to attract a new generation of U.S. and international riders as the geezer generation (like me) with the big old hogs fade away.
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Harley Davidson is just trying to reach out to everyone but it doesn't mean a particular age group will fade away or disappear. It's an interesting line to get in to. I can't wait to see the HD street 500 . Kind of undecided at the moment whther i'll go with the 500 or 750.

Have you made up your mind yet?
 

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@webscrounger

Harley Davidson is just trying to reach out to everyone but it doesn't mean a particular age group will fade away or disappear. It's an interesting line to get in to. I can't wait to see the HD street 500 . Kind of undecided at the moment whther i'll go with the 500 or 750.

Have you made up your mind yet?
thats exactly whats happening here, harley is just going with the growing market and reaching a new type of harley owner and even giving current harley owners something different
 

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To me it just looks like they are filling in the gaps. No complaints on the biek though. i have heard some good things about it after the EIMCA show in Milan. I wouldn't be surprised if this HD Street line blows everything out of proportion. Just watch...
 
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