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Two power cruisers but different. Sounds like a good match. I have also considered the Triumph Rocket 3 for the same reasons


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2019 Kawasaki Versys 1000 SE LT+. Love the bike, but the seat height is too high for me to want to ride it daily. Might trade it in for a new Rocket III.
 

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Two power cruisers but different. Sounds like a good match. I have also considered the Triumph Rocket 3 for the same reasons


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I like my Rockets.
 

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I have been strongly tempted by the Rocket III. I do love the feel of the M109R. It is a different world from the Challenger, for sure. But, honestly, if I could only have the one, it would be the Challenger. No contest.
 
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Honda nc750x DCT. Great little bike for running errands and what not. Almost useless on the freeway (for me anyway). I just recently got rid of it.


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How many of you have another bike besides the Challenger? What is it? I am considering one if the new FTRs but also others maybe even a Chieftan. I currently have a BMW RT and S1000RR as my other bikes. Enjoy both bikes but looking for a change.
If you love your Challenger you owe it to yourself to test ride the new 2022 FTR models. The S has the biggest bang for the buck with exhaust, programmable TFT display, ride modes and ride-enhancing tech. It’s a brilliant bike and runs and handles SO well. Ride other brands too and you’ll come back to the new FTR.
 

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I sold a 2014 BMW K1600 GTL Exclusive to buy my Challenger Limited, but kept my other Beemer - a 2016 K1300S Motorsport. Two completely different rides now.

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Challenger Dark Horse and Victory Highball
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In addition to my 2016 Roadmaster I’ve got a 2003 Kawasaki Voyager XII. I bought it new and I keep it
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around as a spare and as an errand bike. I also keep a couple of vintages around - here are my 1984 Honda Nighthawks. I bought the red 700 S new just out of high school and the black 650 last summer. My son in law is practicing with the 650 currently to get his motorcycle endorsement.
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If you love your Challenger you owe it to yourself to test ride the new 2022 FTR models. The S has the biggest bang for the buck with exhaust, programmable TFT display, ride modes and ride-enhancing tech. It’s a brilliant bike and runs and handles SO well. Ride other brands too and you’ll come back to the new FTR.
Well I did something today




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Thanks, it’s fun around town but after 40-50 miles it really leaves my back sore. It’s no comparison to my Challenger. The Challenger is the best machine I’ve ever ridden!
 

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Not one, but two NightHawks!!! Yes!!!


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I also had a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550 for a couple of years also. I’m proud to say that bike was used as a trainer for 3 new riders and they all still ride today 👍🏻
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To scratch all the itches I have bikes at the opposite ends of the spectrum, a cruiser for lazy days and something a little more capable on the twisties.




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