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I need help with motorcycle shopping. My husband is 6'7 and 285 pounds.?

What would be comfortable for him? But of course safe and not too fast...i am his wife =)

Asked By: xxbethanee713xx - 7/30/2008
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I wasn't going to answer this question until I saw all of the "get a harley" comments. I've been riding for 30 years, owned 61 bikes, and currently build and service custom choppers. I'm BMW, Honda, Bombardier, Triumph, and Harley-Davidson factory trained... More
Answered By: COMoss - 7/30/2008
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Get him a cruiser. CERTAINLY take him with you to get it. Please dont try to suprise him. Let him pick it. They will feel different, and I'm sure he'd want to pick the one that he thinks looks better then the rest.
Answered By: mullen1200 - 7/30/2008
 
any japanese big cruiser or tourer or any big harley
Answered By: thomas r - 7/30/2008
 
I would take him with you even if you want to suprise him b/c it would be bad if you got him one he doesn't like.
Answered By: Ford Man - 7/30/2008
 
i'm assuming curiser... More
Answered By: shawn p - 7/30/2008
 
it depends what he wants. A streetbike might be too small for him. a cruiser type might look better. motorcycles feel diff and to find the perfect one u need to sit down feel it, otherwise u'll end wasting big bucks on a bike u wont even ride bc it's too uncomfortable
Answered By: fallen one - 7/30/2008
 
Depends what the primary usage of the bike will be. I have a CBR1000 and a Harley Road King, I'm 6'3" and 245lb. Both are comfortable, but the Harley is not feasible to use for daily commuting because it's wider and more difficult to split lanes. Also the Harley is air cooled, so while you are sitting in traffic the... More
Answered By: inohis - 7/30/2008
 
Yamaha Radier Yamaha V Star 1300 Tourer Yamaha V Star 1100 V Star Silverado The Yamaha Star line of bikes is the BEST bikes out there right now
Answered By: Joe B - 7/31/2008
 
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