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I reckon I've just entered it. You get over the need to prove anything to yourself (or anyone else) and just start enjoying the incredible sophistication of this bike. Plus you (finally) figure out how to experience the smoothness built into that magnificent transmission. This is a bike that just keeps rewarding the better you get at riding it. I suspect I'll never really plumb the depths of what it's truly capable of but, man, really enjoying the journey. Thankyou Honda for the care and attention you put into making this thing. You've made one punter VERY happy...
 

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I've merely accepted this bike was a little ahead of its time and was maybe a little too different. I personally love mine.
 

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I am under the impression that I could have this bike a very long time if I don't screw it up. I ride so often and am in so many somewhat precarious situations, I feel it just a matter of time before I get a scratch on it and then I won't feel the same way about it. >:D
 

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I am under the impression that I could have this bike a very long time if I don't screw it up. I ride so often and am in so many somewhat precarious situations, I feel it just a matter of time before I get a scratch on it and then I won't feel the same way about it. >:D
Then just do what my great-uncle would always do when he bought a new Buick every other year. He would take the radio antennae and bend it back and forth until it snapped off. When I asked him why, he said, "So those **** kids don't get to do it!" The next scratch would then never bother him quite so badly. True, stupid story.
 

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Pristine is for puxxies. Scars tell a different story. Character comes from doing stuff that lead to the scars that are the beginning of stories that are colored in with details that may or may not of actually happened.. in that order as in yes, mr. occifer, sir, that is exactly what happened as far as I can recollect after being beaned in the noggin by that tree limb so close to the road. If only I had been wearing my gopro we could all enjoy it on yootoob. poncho
 

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Scars tell a different story. Character comes from doing stuff that lead to the scars that are the beginning of stories...
As a mate said to me when I was asking for advice on touch up paint:

"Don't worry about it, the scratches show it's been ridden not hidden"

Hard to do for some of us but I'm coming round ;)
 
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