Episode 129 - Interview with Long Distance HD Street 500 rider Brian Gosney

Hello boys and girls!!!

In this episode I had a great conversation with someone who set me straight about the Harley Davidson Street 500. I've always bashed the Street series for their lack of typical Harley fit and finish and their revision to some Harley standards like self cancelling signals. Well, my guest Brian "The Brain" Gosney showed me the light and proved that a lightweight bike like the Street 500 is quite capable for long distance rides.

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2 comments

  • Kim
    Kim seattle
    His guy is a tool. Waste of time for you interview him.

    His guy is a tool. Waste of time for you interview him.

  • Motorcycle Men
    Motorcycle Men
    Every guest on the show has their value to someone, and there are lessons to be learned from every guest, regardless of their story. In his case he has proven that even a motorcycle of such small capacity and unfavored as the HD Street models is capable enough to do as much as a big touring bike. Was it the best interview/guest I've had on the show? No. Was it the worst interview/guest I've had? Not by a long shot. Thanks for listening and thank you for your comment. Greatly appreciated.

    Every guest on the show has their value to someone, and there are lessons to be learned from every guest, regardless of their story. In his case he has proven that even a motorcycle of such small capacity and unfavored as the HD Street models is capable enough to do as much as a big touring bike. Was it the best interview/guest I've had on the show? No. Was it the worst interview/guest I've had? Not by a long shot.

    Thanks for listening and thank you for your comment. Greatly appreciated.

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