Went out riding today with 2 FZ1s, 2R1s, and a TL1000s.
A couple of reasons.Any point to sticking out and dragging your knee?
I had always tucked my knees until I got knee pucks, but now I am anxious to see what all the fuss is about draggin.Personally, I tuck my knees in, but if you just stick it out, you shouldn't have any problem touching down. .
I may be wrong, but it is my understanding the inline4s, having higher power bands, weren't as...efficient...in the curves. Now, long sweepers I4's rule, but tight, double backs, and decreasing radius turns like we were in today are more managable with the lower PB v-twins. But, I may be wrong.And......tell your buddies to go to school, most of those bikes are much faster in the twisties. Take pride in knowing that you are the best rider of the group
I considered this. It could be the guy was having a bad day. He was actually come to think of it, probs with the wife. Anyway, the track thing doesn't hold up because he is the most competeive guy among us. He thinks all the world is a game and if he can't win he won't play.Or maybe its that guys who ride on the track, tend not to let it really hang out on the street.
Don't use the word standard. Thats like nails on a chalk board. Bad Dennis Bad. Maybe not a straight up sport bike, but please tell me it's not a standard.standard
thanks man...*sniffel*...you really scared me. Maybe it's not the best in the world, but it's the best in "my little world."I am just realistic. The Monster is by far not the best bike, but it is the one we like best. Your allowed to like something best, without it being the best. There is nothing wrong with that.
True.As constructive criticism... don't go try dragging a knee on public roads.