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04/27/2012

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William Brown

I can't afford to buy a motorcycle with that retail price. That is indeed Eco-friendly and made from high quality materials. I still have to save money for that!

Mobile Anime

You guys make it really easy for all the folks out there.

Mr.st.scooters

Environmentally friendly and very sleek, what else can you ask for in a motorcycle?

Lyla Burns

Oh my husband would LOVE to read this! He's all about going green and motorcycles so I can't wait to show this to him. I'm actually attending a green tech event with him this summer, in his hopes that I can help make our home more green. http://www.opportunitygreen.com/green-business-blog/category/awards/ Thanks for posting this!

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