GL1500C


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NevsMate
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GL1500C

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Hi Guys n Gals, I am the owner of a 1981 GL1100D (B) and more recently a 1997 Valkyrie. I know it's NOT technically a Goldwing but does have the 1500 engine... any thoughts, like/dislike.. don't wanna talk about it? ;)


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DenverWinger
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1980 GL1100 STD Vetter (2005-)
1993 GL1500 Aspencade (2017-)
1983 Trav-Lite Camper (2010-)
Past rides
1972 CL350 (1980-1988) sold
1978 Suzuki GS550 (1985-2005) sold
1977 GL1000 (2002-2006) sold

Re: GL1500C

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Greetings,

Valkyries are always welcome on the site :)
♫ 99 Little Bugs in the Code, ♪
♪ 99 Bugs in the Code. ♫ :(
♫ Take one down, Patch it around, ♪
♫ 127 Little Bugs in the Code. ♫ ♪ :shock:

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Solo So Long
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Motorcycle: 1989 GL1500
1983 GW Interstate (ready to repair)
A pack of Super Cubs
Formerly (in order):
Honda Super Cub (bought 1968, sold ?)
Kawasaki Coyote (early 1970s)
Honda 350 (mid 1970s)
Kawasaki KZ900-PS (1977)
Honda Super Cubs (various years)
Kawasaki KZ1000C (1978)
Kawasaki KZ1000P (various years, 1980 - 2005)
Honda 360 (1983)
BMW R1150RT-P (2001)
BMW R1200RT-P (various years 2007 - 2018, NEVER AGAIN)

Re: GL1500C

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The Valkyrie is this generation's "naked" Wing.

It's what you ride when you want the "classic" big-bike look without having to carry a list of towing company phone numbers.
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