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I'll be dealing with this issue over the winter: I am retired; my wife retires in April. We already take frequent long distance 2-up trips; will increase the frequency of them this year. I will be 73 in January, and at 5"7" my Norge is still OK for me to handle 1-up, but is becoming difficult when fully loaded and 2-up; can't quite flat-foot it, and the weight is problematic. I'll be looking to buy a touring bike that I can comfortably handle, fully loaded, 2-up. We do have an Indian Scout, which is heavier than the Norge, but has a very low seat height (about 25"). The scout is easier for me to handle 2-up than the Norge, but it is not well suited for 2-up touring: small luggage capacity, poor wind management, uncomfortable seats. The fact that the Scout is easy for me to handle 2-up suggests to me that the bigger issue for me is seat height rather than weight. However, I still would prefer to purchase a bike capable of 2-up touring that has both low seat height and light weight. Another issue for me: I take many trips across the US great plains; prefer to take interstates in order to get to my destinations (Rocky Mt. states, west coast) in a hurry. I want a bike that can cruise all day at 80-85 mph. I don't think there is currently any bike available that meets all of these criteria; will likely have to reach some sort of compromise. I hope to test ride many bike over the next 6 months.Jon
Just occurred to me that if this thread was about women and not bikes, everybody's answers would change and most of us would be in agreement......
I thought I would lower the seat on my Eldorado
my Convert is very easy to handle at parking lot speeds
Chuck!I like it already. I'm looking forward from the tail? Your not truly flying If you don't catch some oily airborne bugs. Best wishes. R3~
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