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I'm not usually a fan of this style, and I don't think I want to own one, but I keep coming back to look at these two
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To me, those 2 bikes are perfect for spending a significant amount of time looking over, while parked.
I'm not sure of the riding experience of either but I have a hunch that many owners would stereotypically describe the riding experience as "it just has character, man".
For better or worse.
Completely unrelated, other then you posting an Indian bike, I'm a huge fan of the Indian FTR.
Now that bike is the business to me. A bit pricey but oh so badass.
 

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To me, those 2 bikes are perfect for spending a significant amount of time looking over, while parked.
I'm not sure of the riding experience of either but I have a hunch...
I think "hunch" is about right. My take on those bikes that put your hands forward and your feet forward at the same time is that you end up curved in the same C shape that you can see in the old OCC logo. It would kill my lower back in about 15mins, I reckon.
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Having owned an '85 VF700s Sabre, this is an interesting take on the V4.
It's a '96 Magna 750, but I can't figure out where the rear cylinder(s) exhaust tubes are and is that a center stand?

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