Saturday, July 29, 2006

Harley Davidson Road King Classic

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This is the bike that I am taking around America. Haven't ridden it for a month as it is in a box some where between home (Ipswich) and New York, such is life. For those interested in the technical details it's a 2004 Harley Davidson Road King Classic, 2 cylinder, 4-cycle 45 degree V-type, air cooled with a 1450cc displacement.

15 Comments:

Anonymous Flo said...

Hi Dad

I hope you have a fantastic time on your Road Trip across the states. I think it is going to be an amazing experience.

Lots of love

Flo x x

4:53 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the site already Mr T, I'll be following every day.
Ride Safe and FREEEEEEE
Best wishes
Mr Sheen

5:20 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely site. What wonderful employer to let you have the time off work. Let's hope you have a job when you get back!

Enjoy

Love

NOH

7:38 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely site. What wonderful employer to let you have the time off work. Let's hope you have a job when you get back!

Enjoy

Love

NOH

7:38 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a great time Terry.

Ride safe easy rider!

Dunc

8:01 pm  
Blogger Barry said...

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8:11 pm  
Blogger Rick said...

Go for it big brother!!

We await your next blog

Love from

RGVP&M

8:19 pm  
Blogger Barry said...

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8:20 pm  
Blogger Barry said...

Terry, At the rally you said that I might have a new bike by the time you get back! don't rush I pick it up next week. 2004 Superglide Sport 5k miles got a good price for mine. Have a wonderful time it must be a dream come true.

All The Best Barry

8:23 pm  
Anonymous Herbert said...

Bonjour de France
When do we get the next update on the Pilgrim's Progress ?

Herbert

2:00 pm  
Anonymous Carol said...

Terry, it is great to hear your exploits! Must be a book in it one day. However, when Ann told me to look at your blog, I thought she ment Bog-- as you always Bog ing it somewhere.Saw a Harley Rider in S' wold yesterday, & as I squeezed past him in the Q for coffee, I made a comment that he was a true Harley biker with a beer belly like that (itwasBIG), but you look great. Enjoy! Carol

10:19 am  
Anonymous Carol said...

Terry, it is great to hear your exploits! Must be a book in it one day. However, when Ann told me to look at your blog, I thought she ment Bog-- as you always Bog ing it somewhere.Saw a Harley Rider in S' wold yesterday, & as I squeezed past him in the Q for coffee, I made a comment that he was a true Harley biker with a beer belly like that (itwasBIG), but you look great. Enjoy! Carol

10:19 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Terry,

Well what can I say, it certainly beats doing the family tree!

Hope you have a great time - thinking of touching down in Butte Montana by any chance?

Regards

Ann

3:02 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi young man!!

Glad to see our carport has gone into posteritory, ivy and all!!

Be glad to see you back again, putting the kettle on.

Best love

Aggie and Orm

9:32 pm  
Anonymous Chuck Drury said...

Terry,

I enjoyed following your odyssey and our short time of riding together. Only a biker can appreciate the freedom of the wind in your face, the smells, and temperature changes of cross-country cruising.

I have toured the US coast-to-coast and much of Canada over the years - many times at Sturgis and other bike rallys. At 72, I figure only 15 more years to ride.

Mary and I enjoyed your visit. God speed and keep the rubber side down.

1:07 am  

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