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We are planning on a (yes I know) blast from Massachusetts to the Grand Canyon in the next few weeks- one of those quest ideas (not mine) that come up and must be exercised. Originally we were going to take the 2 new Scouts, but the Jackal, 2 up, is suddenly looking like a viable alternative-slightly better fuel range, a decent screen that doesn't cause wobbling at speed, swapping riders to reduce fatigue. Plus I can fix whatever is likely to happen, and of course a widespread network of dealers!I thought folks here may enjoy discussing. I'm happy either way-I didn't buy a Scout for this trip, but I like it a lot and don't mind.
This may help.
The problems with that graphic representation potentially include:* it looks different if you're taller or shorter than the person in the illustration. Did you use the OP's height?* it looks different if you have the stock or reduced reach controls. Did you use the treasures reach controls like the OP has on his?* it looks different on the higway if you put the heelv or ball of your foot on the peg.
That cartoon dude is huge!I'm thinking she'll want to take the Scout if only because that was the bike she had in mind when forming the idea. We have done the 2 up thing on the Jackal, it does limit luggage a bit but no camping will be involved.Outside of that Jackal trip, all my long tours, including a 3 month journey around a good part of the country, have been on sport bikes. Generally easier on my lower back compared to my former, lovely old EV. The Jackal has the Eldo police bars that pull me forward a bit, much like the Scout.
Yeah. "for me".After riding the new Scout, I just couldn't see it as a 500-600 mile per day type ride.Loved the driveline, though. It's got potential.
Here's hoping that Project 156 spawns a sporting standard production bike.
I am hoping the same, with the addition of an adventure touring and a sport touring to go with the naked sport standard.
I'm thinking she'll want to take the Scout if only because that was the bike she had in mind when forming the idea.
I can do that already, quite a few miles on the Jackal this year following her Scout, then my own miles on my Scout. But this is a Guzzi forum, so I've held back a bit.But..that is a possibility, I suppose.
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