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Old 08-23-2017, 01:42 PM
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Bike Year, Make, Engine: '86 FXST w/ Evo & '13 FLHX 103
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Hey y'all. I joined after I finally found my project bike a 1986 HD Evo FXST.

I've been on the hunt for about a year and this will be my first build. And,now that I actually have the motor I wanted and a frame I seem to have all types of questions. I'll be posting those in the respective forums and look forward to seeing, learning, and probably breaking/messing some things up.

My username is biographical. I was blind side T-boned by a negligent cager in October of 2015. I spent 6 weeks in the hospital due to compound impact fractures through my entire left leg. I battled infection, had my femur plated and screwed back together, dealt with some shoulder issues, and that was about it. Riding gear kept me from having any road rash at all! Unfortunately or fortunately, however you want to look at it... the accident resulted in having to chose to amputate my left foot a couple of inches below my knee.

After healing up and doing my physical therapy I got back on the horse. WE all know, once you got the fever, it's in your blood, it's hard to ignore it or keep it subdued, and there's only one solution... To burn some miles on 2 wheels with the world blasting you in the face.

I guess you could say I'm a one legged biker in an attempt to become lost... A rambler. One of the last true pursuers of our unalienable rights.

Hopefully I'll catch some of you guys on the road.
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