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Hmmm, ok
 
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Standing or not it's still ugly :rider:

Just like every other ADV bike with the possible exception of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 (if you even consider that an ADV bike).

In my opinion, brutish ugliness is a positive for an ADV bike. It won’t look any worse after being dropped, covered in mud and grime, and/or farkled to the moon and back


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Well there's ugly and your mommy stood you in the corner and fed you with a slingshot ugly. That new Harley adv fits the latter.
 
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I never could understand high heels especially that high. That can't be comfortable. I do see what is interesting about post :)
 
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I never could understand high heels especially that high. That can't be comfortable. I do see what is interesting about post :)


Having grown up in Texas I can tell you that traditional cowboy boots make sense if you're riding a horse, and only if you're riding a horse. Still men wear them, with suits.
 
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