Congratulations and welcome aboard!
Post a pic or two of the CB! Also welcome - you'll love the new bike.Hi from the Brooklyn/NYC area!
Been drooling over the bike since last winter. I finally did a "virtual handshake" over the phone today. Suppose to be ready for pick up right now but.. I need a few days to clear garage space so I'll pick it up in a week.
Little bit about me. I've been riding for 5 years. I have a 1974 Honda CB350F that is now half a GSXR after being hit while street parked by some jerk who did not even leave any info. This scrambler is the first new vehicle I ever owned. I always love my CB (and always will) but I need another bike more reliable for longer trips. So stoked!! ..and kind of nervous.
I'm also part of a all women's motorcycle club in Brooklyn.
ha! alright! This is my first love.Post a pic or two of the CB! Also welcome - you'll love the new bike.
Welcome, that bike is beautiful!Thanks for the warm welcome! You guys reminded me I forgot to specify which bike. The bike awaiting pick up is the 2016 Full Throttle.
ha! alright! This is my first love.
Haha! That's my temporary seat while I wait for a custom made seat. It's actually surprisingly not that uncomfortable. No pain in a 50mi trip.Compared to that CB I'll bet the Scrambler will be as comfy as an armchair!
It's not bad, especially if you're used to sportbikes. It's NOTHING like the stock 2012 Panigale seat... I made it 70miles... to buy the race seat lol. I think the stock Scrambler seat scores well for a STOCK seat , I just think people like to complain. It also definitely depends on your hips and body shape as well.Haha! That's my temporary seat while I wait for a custom made seat. It's actually surprisingly not that uncomfortable. No pain in a 50mi trip.
I heard and read a lot about how bad the Scrambler seats are. I didn't notice it on the test ride. Maybe coz in NYC, test rides are like 4 miles in stop and go traffic.