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The Not-Disposable Bike

ericpetersautos.com / Eric Peters /

Just as there was a sweet spot for cars – a moment in time when they were just modern enough to start perfectly every time, never stall, last almost forever and rarely require more than routine maintenance but were not yet over-laden with expensive electronics that rendered them economic throw-aways when those electronics began to crap out – there is also a sweet spot for motorcycles.

And the good news is, it’s closer in time to right now – so there are still plenty of them left (and at reasonable prices).

With cars, the sweet spot was – roughly – the early-mid 1990s through the early 2000s. So about 15 years ago. This was the era when new cars came with electronic fuel injection – but not direct injection. When they had air bags – but usually just two. They had transmissions with overdrive gearing – but not eight, nine and ten gears.

The cars (and trucks) from that era are worth their weight in gold, almost – because they can be kept going inexpensively almost forever.

When something breaks, it’s usually worth fixing – which is increasingly no longer the case with newer cars because the fix (more often than not, the replace) costs too much relative to the value of the car itself and – besides – something else Big Ticket will likely fail soon, too.

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