2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide Sport

I just replaced my first bike (a '78 Suzuki GS 1000) with this bike a few months ago. As you can see from the pic, the Dyna is setup well for my daily commute; a 27 mile ride on mostly 2-lane country highways. The wider Sundowner seat gives me a nice fat cushion for my butt, the saddlebags are great for storing extra riding gear and such, and the rear luggage rack is perfect for holding my laptop (with some bungee's of course). Not pictured, I have also added new cushion grips to help relax my hands both through the cushioning and the wider grip. I bought the Dyna from a couple that didn't get to ride it much; it only had 5,600 miles on it. In the two and half months I've owned it I've almost doubled that mileage already. This bike is both my commuter and a pleasure vehicle. I ride it any time I can from early spring to late fall. About the only things that keep me off it are lightning, snow and ice. Unfortunately, Wisconsin winters shorten the riding season but I'm still out there in 30 degree weather that many others wouldn't even consider riding in. Tony Miller