Rode Wings for years and I am stone in love with my XCT. Reliable. Comfortable. Unique. Plenty powerful (even without Stage 1--cruises effortlessly at 85 if you are silly enough). Great XM. Enough space for all my stuff _and_ Chinese take-away. Overall a great bike. (My one nit, that is only beginning to develop at 5k, is that the paint seems a little too eager to chip.)
It certainly gets a little warm riding it during San Antonio summers, but hey, it's a bike, right.
I thought I'd try a Jackpot after years of baggers...that was pretty short lived. Traded it in on a Cross Country after only a few hundred miles. I'm much happier with a windshield & saddlebags.
The Jackpot was fun to ride, but it would have been a "lookin' at" bike, whereas I'll be riding the **** out of the bagger.
Call me an old geezer, but dammit, I'll be comfortable.
I have this idea I need to get a Victory. I like their design, as I do Indians. There are so many models, I am confused. On top of that, I will probably not be able to test ride any. I think I am looking for a 'cruiser' as I already have an Indian Roadmaster. I have test rode a 'Scout', which I...
I hope you all are doing well and staying say.
I need some tips when it comes to highway riding.
I suck at it.
Let me paint the picture.... I'll do my best
Speed limit 40 to 70mph.
The straights I can hold a line and curse 60 to 65mph no problem.
Coming up a long banking left hand turn.
My GF wanted to ride and wanted a scooter so we picked up a Kymco i300 Downtown Maxi-Scooter with 14 inch tires not little 10 inch tires like I use to think of scooters - and this thing is a hoot to ride! It is fuel injected and easy to handle and has a huge lockable storage area under the...