I miss my wing


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c5cruiser
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Re: I miss my wing

Post by c5cruiser » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:51 am



I do miss it OldZX11Rider. I'm just quickly running out of room.



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Happytrails
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Re: I miss my wing

Post by Happytrails » Sat Feb 27, 2016 12:31 am

c5cruiser wrote:Many people don't see a Can-Am as a "fake car" paulcf but like myself it's seen as a more stable machine. Especially as you get older, your legs aren't as strong as they once were and your wife stops riding with you because of it.
Besides I still have my VTX and my next step is to look for another Wing even a cafe type after the Can-Am of course.
Would you guys wave at a Can-Am rider? I would.
Yes at waiving at Can Am riderz. I look at it as another bike. Late last fall was out for one of the last ridez of the year and a guy on a GL1200 and a girl on a Can Am went rocketing past me. They were going so fast could barely have time to wave back. Looked like they were having a good time.
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Re: I miss my wing

Post by cardinal » Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:09 am

I didn't see Landing Gear's Leg'Up Gen II mentioned. Check this out....

http://landingear.com/models.php

Cheaper than a trike conversion and you still have a normal bike.

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Re: I miss my wing

Post by OldZX11Rider » Mon Feb 29, 2016 9:03 am

There's always options. I read there are a lot of former pilots on here. Do ultralight aircraft interest you at all?
If space is the issue, there's one that has a parachute as the wing. I'm sure the tricycle part of it is not bigger than a slingshot.
Not wanting to steer anyone away from Goldwings but maybe you now how the chance to explore other options. :D


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