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Here is a quick picture of my new ride. It's a 2014 Honda Goldwing F6B. Only 1340 miles on it when I picked it up. It is sure is fun to ride. I put about 150 miles on it today.

I have made a few modifications to my new bike. Mustang seat, LED headlights, Klock Works Flare Windshield, kuryakyn floorboards and highway Pegs.





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Posts: 691 | Location: Sunny Florida | Registered: June 30, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Never been a huge fan of the Gold Wing (just on looks, I know they've always been a great ride), but that is a good looking bike!

I think part of it is that you only have the two bags and not that giant cabinet behind the pillion.


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Very nice looking!


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Never been a huge fan of the Gold Wing (just on looks, I know they've always been a great ride), but that is a good looking bike!

I think part of it is that you only have the two bags and not that giant cabinet behind the pillion.


The giant cabinet is ugly as hell, but man they are so convenient if you're using the bike for touring or commuting.

I have OEM hard bags/panniers for my BMW R1200RS, and I never use them. I want to sell them and pick up the OEM trunk or "cabinet".

For holding my work documents, suit jacket, CCW pistol when I can't carry it, etc. the trunk is the perfect spot.

I had a K1600GTL loaner bike from my BMW dealer recently, and quickly came to love the trunk.

On bikes like the Wing and my BMW, the OEM trunks easily snap on/off the bike. The big BMW K1600 trunk had LED lighting, and twin gas shocks, like the hood of a nice car. Fully carpeted interior, too.


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That is a sweet ride.

More pics and details please Smile
 
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Thats a nice ride, well done!


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I'm a HD man, but that said yours is one of the sharpest looking 'Wings I've seen.
All you need now is a little bug splatter on the windscreen... Big Grin


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Very nice, I've admired these since Honda put them on the market.


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I'm not sure why I stumbled in here since I've never liked the look of the old Goldwings- But that's a really nice looking bike. I would never of known it was a Goldwing by looking at it.


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I started using the OEM hard bags for my R1200RS.

Soooo convenient, especially with the inner soft bags.

I got tired of riding to work, stuffing my work documents and a change of street clothes into a backpack, and muling that crap around on my back. Especially when I had a new set of BMW hard bags sitting at home, it just seems stupid... but I did it that way for a year.

Now the work stuff in one back, clothes in the other, I have a place to put my CCW weapon when I can't carry (not ideal but the bags lock and it beats no gun at all), and thus far lane splitting hasn't been any more difficult for me.

I can see the backpack route for someone who commutes from home to one workplace and back again, but I'm going to courthouses all over SoCal, sometimes more than one, then office, then hang out with friends, then home, with stops for lunch, gas, errands, etc. mixed in. On, off the bike all the time, and having to carry that stupid backpack around.

Best of all, I can fold and stash my suit jacket, rather than wear the full suit with a motorcycle jacket over it. That's bulky, and gets hot as hell in temps over 70F or so (ie most of the time here)


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FRIGGIN HAWT!!!!!
 
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Dang. That's gorgeous. I bet the miles just tick away riding that.

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You guys and the motorcycles.

I had one years ago, and loved it. You keep tempting me.




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You guys and the motorcycles.

I had one years ago, and loved it. You keep tempting me.




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Your new ride looks very sleek. Nice ride! Big Grin


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My free time is pretty well taken up with other activities. But still . . .




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very nice looking ride
now , a dash cam





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Beautiful. Amazing find! I'd love to have one of those in the stable next to my LC R1200GS Adv.

Then I could keep knobbies on it....lol.

Enjoy. I bet the ride report is phenomenal. I took my step-dad's '06 wing out for a new year's day ride in the boise, ID area several years back. Never got cold. Plenty of power, and a real smooth ride.


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New updated pictures and a few modifications to my new bike. Mustang seat, LED headlights, Klock Works Flare Windshield, kuryakyn floorboards and highway Pegs.
 
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