Keep it and fix it - then ride it until you stop dropping it. You'll be really sad doing "low speed tipovers" on a new bike.
Oh brother, here we go again. Probably ought to mention Ducati too, you know those valve adjustments.Move on but not to a BMW. BMW stands for Bring More Wallet, BMW parts are really expensive.
Of course you'd say that, but let's put that in perspective; you have what can only be called a "harem" of motorcycles.I say buy something new/different. Life is too short to ride the same old thing.
Three?Of course you'd say that, but let's put that in perspective; you have what can only be called a "harem" of motorcycles.
The best time to look for a bike is when you already have a bike and some cash in hand. This is when you can search out the deals and get more for less.A bike that's paid for is my favorite one.