So, anyone want to guess how much longer this forum will be alive? We are gasping on sips of air, and the only newbies buy used. That new Yamaha rides pretty good. Not as good, but it is still supported..just sayin'
Posted 2018-06-28 12:23 PM (#192614 - in reply to #192610) Subject: Re: Our Posts
Most guys post on facebook. The answers they get are out of left field from guys that know nothing about a vision. Last night a guy with a vision said he had fluid leaking from the rear brake line. A dozen guys said just bleed it. Sure wouldn't want them working on my bike
Posted 2018-06-28 4:22 PM (#192618 - in reply to #192610) Subject: Re: Our Posts
Posts: 37 Lackawaxen PA United States
and don't forget these babies are bullet proof & who knows, rumors abound .... a Victory comeback ???? an Indian Vision ???? Only time will tell & I bet I'll still be riding mine .... Blessings & Glory
Posted 2018-07-11 3:06 AM (#192634 - in reply to #192610) Subject: Re: Our Posts
Posts: 546 Mount Vernon, WA United States
It will be alive long after the last person posts... I know seems odd to say, but there are model specific forums for bikes (and other things) that haven't existed for decades. But as long as there is activity here, Jeff and I will keep checking in... occasionally adding improvements as we can and so on.
One thing Facebook hasn't been able to master is any sort of "historical" conversation... e.g. a forum. There is a forum feature, but it's pretty limited. The Internet as a whole seems to be going through this "live in the moment" phase, and while I appreciate the sentiment, it's not practical for sharing data over time.
Well, as I said, we're not going anywhere, likely ever. In 50 years when someone finds a Vision in a barn and wants to know about it... this place will be here.