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pics in my gallery. Does this mean that I am old?
 

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not sure I would call the bike a bagger............more like a v-rod with some saddlebags and a windshield, but way short of a "bagger"
 

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Well I want to be a bagger. What else do I need?
 

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just take a look at an ulta and notice whats missing off yours lol.

Not knocking yours but I agree its not the traditional "bagger"
 

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vesteroid said:
just take a look at an ulta and notice whats missing off yours lol.

Not knocking yours but I agree its not the traditional "bagger"

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really, all it needs is a trunk with backrest, floorboards, radio, cd player, microwave and a coffee maker.............then it would be a bagger
 

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really, all it needs is a trunk with backrest, floorboards, radio, cd player, microwave and a coffee maker.............then it would be a bagger
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Im a proponent of the idea that there are degrees of baggerness. :)

I have a light bagger with HD leather bags, shield, heel rests, engine guards and removable GPS, XM Radio, 2-way radio, and MP3 player.

Others have the full bagger setup with hardmounted fairing containing their toys, hard bags, and boards.

Light bagger is a compromise and full bagger is a sign of commitment to comfort.
 

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I have a "light bagger", my R and I have my "heavy bagger" flht.

I think your bagger is just as much a bagger as a Road King Classic.

Trust me, Lux would think yours was a bagger too :D I think it's looking good!
 

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I a proponent of the idea that there are degrees of baggerness. :)

I have a light bagger with HD leather bags, shield, heel rests, engine guards and removable GPS, XM Radio, 2-way radio, and MP3 player.

Others have the full bagger setup with hardmounted fairing containing their toys, hard bags, and boards.

Light bagger is a compromise and full bagger is a sign of commitment to comfort.
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Nice choice in bags! Enjoy and no, this does not mean you are old. It means you are doing what you desire to do.
 

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I may have to start a poll. Is is "Baggerness" or "Baggerosity". You'll need a fairing (there are now several I've seen that I like) if you want to go "hard core".
I'm still considering a rotax powered blender, but the mount has me stymied at the moment.
 

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You need to get a real shield, not that wimpy thing. Dump the "Sport" shield and go with a Touring Shield, or if you want to be real hardcore, the Ultimate, or a Fairing.
 

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Daniii said:
I'm still considering a rotax powered blender, but the mount has me stymied at the moment.
LOL :D
 

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Two pillows on the passenger seat??
 
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