Wow, tough crowd today.lol
Well, I rode all three bikes today. I like the Vision best I'd have to say. It handles well,rides smooth, and I like the adjustable windshield.The body of the motorcycle does concern me a little as far as trying to get airflow when it gets hot out. The radio is great too.I like the auto audio leveling it has.
The CC is nice too, but it doesn't seem to handle quite as nice as the Vision,real close, but not quite.IMHO. I do like the looks a little better than the Vision, but my wife wants to be comfortable on long trips, and the Vision has more room for a passenger.
I rode the Judge and I wasn't as impressed as I thought I'd be. Maybe that's due to getting older now? It is pretty nimble obviously, compared to the touring bikes. I don't remember wind bothering me much when I was younger, but I sure don't like riding without a shield anymore. Most of my older bikes didn't have a windshield. The handle bars are too far forward for me also, which could be rectified by pull back bars or risers. The pegs took a couple minutes to get used to again, my Kingpin has floorboards, and I have gotten a little spoiled from them. Overall though, it is an enjoyable bike to ride.Handles pretty well, although I did scrape the peg while turning left onto an on ramp.It has a little more pep too when you give it the gas. I think it is a sharp looking bike too.
On a sad note.After we got back from our first ride of the day, a guy test riding a Vision who wasn't with our group crashed into the Dealership.He was on a private test ride with one of the guys from the Dealer. He must have dumped the clutch while entering the parking lot and punch the gas at the same time.He hit a concrete column and broke it and wrecked the bike .It shook the building. He didn't look too good, he went to the Hospital.I hope he is okay.
'14 Ness XC