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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    Next step, SuperMotos for everyone!!! LOL
    Cue up the Oprah meme!

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    Well, a super moto could do everything your STT could and more but I don't think they would last as long or be as comfortable on long road trips.
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    NJ: Facts and reason have no place here:


    https://www.lacyclesports.com/invent...0301-10432726i


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    NJ: Facts and reason have no place here
    Sounds like my job...


    That is nice supermoto. My first track day, I got pulled, to be watched, and the instructor was on a supermoto pulling away from me.
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    Finally got a good ride in on the new Ulysses. Even got some gravel and sand/river silt time in.

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    I just reread most of this post, one thing I must strongly disagree with is hard bags. Reason being if you have to plant one of your feet to try and kick the bike up, if the hard bag catches your leg and it goes under it, you stand a good chance of breaking your leg, this is the main reason I have soft bags on my bike. I could never understand these metal hard bags with ninety degree edges and pointy corners, at least the Buell bags are plastic with curved corners.

    The plus side of hard bags is if you fall over while riding you and the bike have more protection and the bike is easier to pick up.


    Last edited by njloco; 05-03-2020 at 02:53 PM.

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