I have had my Ultra seat modified to fit me. Sides cut, lowered 1 inch and moved forward 1.5 inches. The Goldwing seat is okay but I have ordered the new Kuryakyn GW seat that will lower me 1 inch.
Now to your question
LD riding requires a good seat, proper back support, and different foot positions at times. The XC floorboards are long enough for me but I will be making a footrest to sit towards the front of the FB for long distance. They will be made to fit on a angle so I will be able to rest my heel on the boards and mid sole on the cruise peg.
If you have a long inseam you can use the long horn mounts on the XC. It would be required to use a threaded stud and lock nuts to be installed on the XC. lower cost than the Victory CP.
I started riding at the age of 13 and and now 60.
I have been a IBA rider for some time now.
We usually stop for fuel (depends on the bike we are on at the time) about 20 miles +- before the light comes on.
GW 200-220 miles
Ultra 160-170 miles
XC not determined yet.
I always run my bikes out of fuel once they have limbered up, around 4,000 to 5,000 miles so I can have an IDEA on how far I can go before running out.
If we are riding with others around 100 miles.
Cruise pegs placed upward will put pressure on your lower back, hips, legs. The lower the better. The cruise pegs on my Ultra are low and I am able to have several positions.
Feet on the floorboards
Heel on floorboards with mid sole on the cruise pegs
feet on the cruise pegs
The XC comes with the cruise control.
All my bikes but 1 has cruise control. It really helps and you will get better fuel mileage by using it.
If you are experiencing cramps with your legs I suggest adjusting your cruise pegs for a better fit. On round 1.25 inch crass bars I prefer the tour tech cruise pegs by kuryakyn. they are angled in toward the engine and give a much better position. They come in 2 inch and 4 inch arms.
I hope this makes sense to ya
I hope this helps