Hello,new to here.I havent had a bike in 15years or so,Did the sport bikes thing back in the 80s.I am looking to get back into it.Not sure with what to go with but I gotta say that the warrior is looking better evey time I look at them.
I got my Warrior the beginning of last month and been loving her every since...I've been tweaking on her and working toward finally getting her fine tuned so I get the most out of her, as I can. I haven't had any major issues with my Warrior, just a few very minor things, blown a fuse, had to re-wire my rear tail light. Like I said nothing major...
The forums here are a BIG help and you can find just about all the answers to your questions.
Well...Wish you the best of luck and if you're really serious about getting a Warrior. I'd say go for it! You won't be disappointed...[/emoticons/emotion-2.gif]
Welcome to the 4m. I also came from a sport bike background and have found the Warrior to be the best of both worlds. Lots of power, great in the twisties (with the right tire) and comfortable all day, no more sore arms and wrists. But what I think I love the most now that I'm getting older, is the fun I'm having with the mods. Creating something unique just for me.
Welcome to the best **** forum in the entire known universe. After a 10 or 15 year hiatus from riding I hope you're considering taling a MSF course or two. Bikes of the 80's don't even compare to the bikes of today (I've been riding 30+ yrs.). If you like to wrench then the bonus of getting a Warrior is this forum. If you don't like to wrench/modify due to lack of skills then the bonus of getting a Warrior is this forum. The people who frequent this site have tremdous knowlege and share it completely. Best support team I've ever been a part of. As for the bike, it's one of the best if not THE BEST CRUISER ever made. Just my totally unbiased opinion!
Tough decision. There are lots of nice bikes out nowadays. But the warrior is definately top of it's class when it comes to handling and is no slacker in the power department either. That I know because the butt dyno tells me so! Well....that plus it'll run just about any Hardley you pull up beside in the dirt. Of course that doesn't mean its powerful just that it actually runs and doesn't leak oil....oh, now I'm rambling........
Thanks for the welcome everyone. I have found alot of usefull onfo. Looked at a 06 warrior today at a dealer,very nice has the vance hines pipes on it,sounds great, 358 miles. So far got the saleman down to 12,000.I think that I can get him down alittle more.
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