Buying vs. Selling


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snb290
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Motorcycle: 2010 Goldwing Trike GL 1800

Buying vs. Selling

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When I was looking for a Goldwing Trike to buy, it was terrible. Everywhere I looked, there wasn't a single trike to be found. Of course that was before I finally got one from out of state.
Then I found sites like GoldwingDocs. Boy do I wish I had found this and other sites before buying.
Now that I'm trying to sell,,, They are EVERYWHERE for sale. I haven't had a single serious bite since starting to advertise, about 3 weeks ago.
As much as I like the trike, due to many circumstances, none of which is about the ride, it has to go.

Enough whining for you? OK, I'm through. lol

Happy trails to all!
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Re: Buying vs. Selling

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From my personal perspective - and I realise that a lot of folk will hold different opinions, which I respect, I could never see the point of a trike. It seems to have all the disadvantages of a car and all the disadvantages of a motorcycle. I can appreciate that if an individual has mobility problems due to accident, age, disease etc, then this might be the nearest thing to riding a motorcycle but I am sure most riders/drivers of these machines are probably more than capable of handling a motorcycle. At least it can't fall over.
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