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Old 03-03-2011, 11:52 AM   #41
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:52 PM   #42
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what is felling and how does a felling "put on the rider?"
The R6 puts your boddy on top of the tank and more tucked in, handle bars are way in front.

the bike is well set up for the track. If you were thinking about making long trips then you better be ready for your back and your shoulders to be killing you later.
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The R6 puts your boddy on top of the tank and more tucked in, handle bars are way in front.

the bike is well set up for the track. If you were thinking about making long trips then you better be ready for your back and your shoulders to be killing you later.
so a "felling" is actually a feeling, and "the aggressive felling that puts on the rider" is actually race-oriented ergonomics?
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