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Old 08-31-2011, 03:19 PM   #41
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The boxer heads sticking out the sides make it a little easier to pick up.
They also save your leg from being shattered when you are sideswiped by a car. I know this from experience.

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Old 08-31-2011, 03:22 PM   #42
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They also save your leg from being shattered when you are sideswiped by a car. I know this from experience.

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no . never thought about that
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Old 08-31-2011, 03:26 PM   #43
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LOL, adult bike. It is definitely an adult bike and I don't care how adult you are riding or lifting 500lb all day in this is going to get tiring.
Yeah it is - well lifting it will anyway. I don't do any off road stuff, but since I shove around half a ton every day, I have a different perspective on "heavy". I just like giving these guys with the 350lb sport bikes a hard time when they about weight.
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Oh, I know. No way could you do two up fully loaded RTW on the bikes I listed, but my dilly dallying on the other hand you could. Even if I was to do a RTW I would go for a 800GS not the 1200. Mainly 'cause I know my babe would never do two up around this planet.
Meh- i'd still take the 1200. More power is never a bad thing.
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Actually, I like its looks.
So do I - its a little E.T.-like...so ugly its attractive.
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