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Thanks for all the feedback.I went on the test ride yesterday, and the ride was nothing short of thrilling. The bike totally surprised me. It is so powerful, smooth, handles amazing, suspension was way better than expected, and fits me well enough (need a new seat, just like I needed on the CB1100).The dealer is willing to take enough bikes in trade to cover the entire purchase price and then some....Think I'm going to do it. Just have to figure out which bikes in the (overly large) stable will need to go....
I looked hard at the 9RT back in 2015-16 in my search for a new naked standard. Ended up with the Griso.It is a great bike, and I like what BMW has done with the platform and all the versions of it. Griso was a better fit for me.
Interesting, I had the Griso, bought without sitting/having a test ride, and it did NOT fit me at all...6' 4" and I was folded up like a cheap wallet, was lucky to find a buyer for it. Apart from ergonomics, the R Ninet ran much better than the Goose, especially at lower revs. The Goose did have a much more visceral feel however, which I personally like. The Beemer was much smoother than I expected.
is there a pillion seat under that cowl?
Well, I bought a R NineT Pure model, just a thrilling ride, but 4 weeks of ownership and 198 miles it is going back to the dealer. Tried to start it for a ride today and nothing. Deader than a doornail. Checked the kill switch, neutral, side stand etc. Just nothing.On the very first day I rode it there was an error code in the dash, that pointed to a defective bulb. Sure enough high beam was out. Are these things always so high maintenance?
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