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Second Chances Rides Again… It’s FLHTCU Harley Time…SOLD, SOLD, SOLD

This Beauty is now sold…



I love this bike, but it's time to say goobye... a new one is coming.

I love this bike, but it's time to say goobye... a new one is coming.

Foto by Vanessa Lillian

For Sale
Harley Davidson
FLH Twin Cam Ultra Classic

I bought this bike in new in 2012. The color is Tequila Sunrise… a color option Harley only offered for the first six months of 2012. This fine machine has been scrupulously maintained and has many added extras. I have never abused her.

I bought this touring model because my wife, Vanessa, wanted our daughter to be safely surrounded in the rolling easy chair that is the passenger seat. That was four years ago. Now she is old enough to ride pillion without arm rests and I want something lighter. That’s it.

Right now she has 11,063 miles on her.

She's a real beauty... in immaculate condition... low mileage

She's a real beauty... in immaculate condition... low mileage

Stage One Screaming Eagle upgrade:
Power module, K&N air cleaner and tuned exhausts… not too loud, just right!

Daymaker Headlamps and Spotlights (very bright LED lights!)

Quick release mount for the Tour Pak

Garmin Zumo 660 GPS and mount that feeds directly into the sound system as well as a car adapter mount for the unit.

Heated Grips

Front and rear tires with less than 1500 miles on them

Matching grips, pegs and shifter pegs

Shorty antennas… you get the original ones too

Luggage rack on Tour Pak lid

1.5 inch Harley lowering kit… front and rear

Here she is on the Pomeroy Levee... Mason, West Virginia bridge in the background

Here she is on the Pomeroy Levee... Mason, West Virginia bridge in the background

Please… serious offers only. Harleys are expensive.

Bring it on!


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  1. Andy K
    March 24th, 2016 at 10:35 | #1

    Saw your buddy David Bromberg last night. Among the gems was Walkin’ Blues, which is on his new CD. Perhaps you guys will play it together @ The Egg on April 3rd.

  2. marcus
    March 24th, 2016 at 22:00 | #2

    What a beauty,nice ride man,classic : )

  3. Bake
    March 25th, 2016 at 09:03 | #3

    Fine Ride indeed. Question though, what’s the next ride going to be? Might just want to think of swappin’, mine is definitely lighter and broken in! Also thinking, Izzy is probably ready for her own ride! Right Pop? Safe travels~

  4. Sweetbac
    March 25th, 2016 at 14:41 | #4

    Nice ride there, Ace!
    I can trade my mobility scooter and a (slightly) worn copy of “After Bathing At Baxters” for that there bike.
    Let me know.

  5. Anna Stegemoeller
    March 26th, 2016 at 04:06 | #5

    That is some fine bike. Certainly it will find a good new home. I had my first ride of 2016 last Saturday. It was only on the back of my neighbor’s 4 wheeler…tooling around the trails in the woods up behind the house, but it counted as a ride for me. Most years, at this time, it would still be snow, or at least nasty mud. Another smaller ticket item that needs a new home? @ Andy K, and anyone else interested…I have an extra ticket to that show on April 3 at the Egg. It would be sitting with me and my brother in row M near the sound board. I’ve never been to the Egg, so I figured it was the perfect show to warrant the trip. i am really looking forward toward it.

  6. Anna Stegemoeller
    March 26th, 2016 at 14:56 | #6

    Regarding an available ticket for sold out Bromberg Birthday Bash at the Egg on April 3, i should have better said that the Egg is notified, and if anyone calls their box office looking for a single ticket, this one I’m not using can be purchased…from what they told me.

  7. jim hitchcock
    March 26th, 2016 at 16:10 | #7


    Early on, starting in early elementary school, me and Phil Nance were friends.

    Not that much later, Airport Jr High was closed down, and were shifted to Orville Wright Jr High, deep in the heart of Westchester.

    Me and Phil, rather than taking the bus, would do the 3 or 4 mile walk home from Orville Wright, and on the way we would stop at Lum’s on Sepulveda, where we would fortify on cheap french fries and yak about girls and whatever 13 year olds would yak about.

    Phil was short,
    cute as a button, according to the girls who were enthralled by him.

    I was his tall, geeky friend, hoping for nothing more than that.

    Phil’s folks bought him a Hodaka, and it wasn’t long before an older friend took Phil and his girlfriend Charlene out on a jaunt to go riding in the desert.

    Long story short, the truck he was riding in flipped when a bald tire blew out, and Felipe was ended right there. Story makes me sad, but it feels good to remember him

  8. Barbara Jacobs
    March 26th, 2016 at 17:22 | #8

    Good story about a sad event. The best stories have aspects of personal growth
    and contain the highs and the lows of living.@jim hitchcock

  9. richu
    March 26th, 2016 at 19:04 | #9

    what gives…first the house.now the bike.what up

  10. jim hitchcock
    March 26th, 2016 at 20:12 | #10

    A house is but a house, home is where you make it : )@richu

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  12. Anna Stegemoeller
    March 27th, 2016 at 18:35 | #12

    That looks more like the bike I want @jim hitchcock…I am listening to Keb Mo’s ‘Just like you’ album. I wonder what Jorma, and Larry, and Keb, and David are all going to play together. I smile thinking of it.

  13. Anna Stegemoeller
    March 27th, 2016 at 19:09 | #13

    Key of D maybe…

  14. johno
    March 28th, 2016 at 14:57 | #14

    Real nice bike Jorma – too bad I don’t ride otherwise I’d grab it – it’s not everyday you get to ride the Captain’s bike. I can’t wait to see you’re new ride – do a post with a photo when you get it – please! Happy Spring everybody!

  15. Hogan
    March 29th, 2016 at 12:22 | #15

    Nice….can’t wait to see the new one…

  16. Barbara Jacobs
    March 29th, 2016 at 14:19 | #16

    lol! Spring cleaning.@richu

  17. Tim Barker
    April 22nd, 2016 at 16:06 | #17

    @jim hitchcock
    Hey Jim you might wanna check out this page I just stumbled upon after reading your poignant story
    I grew up in Culver City; my mom worked at Honda Del Rey (in Culver City) and she scored me a broken Hodaka! Never got it running tho..