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I saw the BMW cruiser R1800 or something like that, yesterday. Very low seat height and makes a monstrous statement with it's layout and visually. I loved it.
Quite a handsome machine...and I am sure it cruises nicely right down the road!!
The BMW R1200C is the best-handling cruiser I have ridden. I have not ridden any more modern ones, as cruisers are not my thing. I never cared for the looks of the R1200C, but some people really like them, and there were some variants with bigger fairings that hide that (IMO) design tragedy of a front suspension. However, that suspension is part of what makes it such a good handler.
QUOTE: Only complaint is the V4 is detuned and hitting the ol shins on those jugs.inditxI am sure that V4 has more than enough power....and hitting the ol' shins on those jugs depends on one's inseam....I sat on one...no issues...but then again, I only had a 30" inseam!!
Hey Ncdan,Rode the cruisers and just not our jam, at least not anymore. Feet forward and slouching is just not comfortable for me.My wife sure likes the passenger comforts of the GW and that helped swing it to more of a tourer.For me, it’s also that silky 6 and the fact that it has reverse. (sshhh getting’ old)Thanks,inditx
Prices are good on used one, parts and service are EVERYWHERE, and frankly the modern ones just keep going and going...
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