Making progress on modifications to this bike and am proud of what has been done thus far. Started riding at age 60 and have been riding almost three years now. Purchased basic bike May 2006 with 4,400 miles. Bike now has 14,200 miles. Since purchase, I've added the following: Floorboards with Heel/Toe Shifter, Chrome Radiator, Chrome Handlegrips, Highway Bars, Suzuki Foot Pegs, Chrome Thermometer and Clock for the handlebars, Chrome Visor for Headlight and Hard Saddlebags. You cannot buy a hard saddlebag bracket holder for the VS800, therefore I had them special made. Saddlebags were purchased black and a body shop matched the silver bike paint to the bags. After that, I found an airbrush artist to design and blend the USA Flag, Pow/MIA emblem, along with a Bald Eagle Head. The artist did a fantastic job! The saddlebags were then clear coated. Special turn signals were added to saddlebags as the original signals had to come off to make room for the bags. My next two projects will be full exhaust pipes to extend beyond the rear wheel and fog lights added to the lower section of Highway Bars. 2003 Suzuki Intruder800
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Making progress on modifications to this bike and am proud of what has been done thus far. Started riding at age 60 and have been riding almost three years now. Purchased basic bike May 2006 with 4,400 miles. Bike now has 14,200 miles. Since purchase, I've added the following: Floorboards with Heel/Toe Shifter, Chrome Radiator, Chrome Handlegrips, Highway Bars, Suzuki Foot Pegs, Chrome Thermometer and Clock for the handlebars, Chrome Visor for Headlight and Hard Saddlebags. You cannot buy a hard saddlebag bracket holder for the VS800, therefore I had them special made. Saddlebags were purchased black and a body shop matched the silver bike paint to the bags. After that, I found an airbrush artist to design and blend the USA Flag, Pow/MIA emblem, along with a Bald Eagle Head. The artist did a fantastic job! The saddlebags were then clear coated. Special turn signals were added to saddlebags as the original signals had to come off to make room for the bags. 
My next two projects will be full exhaust pipes to extend beyond the rear wheel and fog lights added to the lower section of Highway Bars.

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The photo 2003-Suzuki-Intruder800-47261.JPG (2003 Suzuki Intruder800 - Making progress on modifications to this bike and am proud of what has been done thus far. Started riding at age 60 and have been riding almost three years now. Purchased basic bike May 2006 with 4,400 miles. Bike now has 14,200 miles. Since purchase, I've added the following: Floorboards with Heel/Toe Shifter, Chrome Radiator, Chrome Handlegrips, Highway Bars, Suzuki Foot Pegs, Chrome Thermometer and Clock for the handlebars, Chrome Visor for Headlight and Hard Saddlebags. You cannot buy a hard saddlebag bracket holder for the VS800, therefore I had them special made. Saddlebags were purchased black and a body shop matched the silver bike paint to the bags. After that, I found an airbrush artist to design and blend the USA Flag, Pow/MIA emblem, along with a Bald Eagle Head. The artist did a fantastic job! The saddlebags were then clear coated. Special turn signals were added to saddlebags as the original signals had to come off to make room for the bags. My next two projects will be full exhaust pipes to extend beyond the rear wheel and fog lights added to the lower section of Highway Bars. ) was uploaded by: wweirich@wnyweb.net.


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