Well, went to the dealer, test drove my new bike, no problems. Signed the paperwork, traded keys, got on my new bike. As I was leaving the parking lot making a right I got cut off by a guy on a bike leaving same place by a different exit and it gunned it. Yep, you got it, on a dip, in a slow turn, hit the front brake to put my feet down, but guess what? I wasn't on my lowered Heritage and there was no pavement when I put my foot down on the low side.
Here's is what I can share:
1) No damage to the bike! It did not fully tip over, only minor sctatch on floor boards, and minor scratch on underside bag guard rails. MIRACULOUS!
2) While lowest Tour bike made, still a little too tall for me. Lowered seat, 2" lowering kit ordered!
3) Worst kickstand I have ever seen for short people! Way out there and hidden under huge, comfortable floorboards!
Expensive first day, but at least I got the first scratch over and done with!
What a bike though. Just love it! Won't take the wife on it though until I can get my fet planted again. Riding home Thermometer registered 97 degrees, and with the lowers (open) that engine still puts out a fair amount of heat. I can't keep my wallet in my back pants anymore unless I want to dry everything out after the ride, or maybe it just needed more time to cool after the new toy and ordering all the accessories.