love to have road master

The radio’s tuned to the local classic rock station, volume on 12, Freddie Mercury’s voice synchronizing with the big pistons of Indian’s Thunder Stroke 111. There’s plenty more of the 200-watt stereo system to tap into but the radio’s already filling up our helmet quite fine. Just enough vibes are coming through the bars and seat to let you know you’re on a big V-Twin. The world passes by in an 80-mph panorama, the blur of fall colors in big-leaf maples and Oregon oaks, mountain ridges peeking above lingering morning clouds. Pockets of wind press against progress, but the wide, fully-faired front of the 2015 Roadmaster serves as a proper shield. Broad sweepers encourage twisting the throttle just a little more, with the floorboards high enough to allow for healthy lean angles as the bike is big but fluid as it traces the arc.I’ve witnessed seasons changing on the 2015 Roadmaster over the last two-and-a-half months and 3334 miles. The ambient temperature gauge has read from 112 to 28 degrees. H

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On: Oct 02, 2015 | 1008 Views
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