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Nice review. I think every bike has a niche where it truly shines, but there is a lot of overlap between bikes and it is more the rider than the bike considering the level of comfort and weather protection they are going for.I did a 7000 mile tour on a prepared Kawasaki Versys 650 with the only complaint being chain maintenance.If I had owned the V7III back then I'm sure it would have handled the same tour when prepared for touring.Sure, the tours on the Kawasaki Concours 1400 and Triumph Trophy SE were more mellow and more main roads, but other than the relaxed state of the engines they didn't bring too much more to the table with the exception of the cruise control and electronically adjustable suspension on the Triumph.The Vulcan Voyager 1700 and the Road Glide are mile eaters, but when the roads get really twisty and/or less than perfectly smooth the pace slows down quite a bit.I think any bike can be used to tour, depending on what and where the tour is, and how many miles you hope to cover in a day. If I had the time and the money for hotels and restaurants I could ride the KLX300SM or the Van Van 200 around the US.
Great riding up there eh...!Cheers Guzzler
Interesting comparisons. I've ridden both bikes. I did feel the front on the 85 was tad soft and felt a little squirrely making turns. I'm guess it's a matter of getting the feel for it and once the rider builds confidence it works pretty well?
Well Iíve long been of the opinion that Iíll never find another bike that I like as much as my Norge for what I do and fthe smallest of bumps in the road will have the front wheel elevate
Wow, mm. Inches or feet ?I found v85 pretty compliant, guess you can provoke, lucky youíre allowed toTC must be kindSome kill wheelies
Thanks everyone for your input. It almost seems like I posted an oil thread from the range of opinions!Tusayan, I like your philosophy
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