Don't feel bad. A friend of mine who's in his 30s recently bought an SV1000S. He hadn't ridden in a number of years. We went on a ride in the mountains a couple of weeks ago and after a couple of hours he started complaining about his wrists. I told him that some superduperfantastico motorcycle genius experts advise that he could solve all comfort issues by going to the gym regularly. He responded, "I do go to the gym! 5 times a week! These bars suck!" I told him that since he goes to the gym regularly that he is actually really comfortable and all the pain is in his head. He responded, "#[email protected]#@332$#$^#!"
There are for pianists ,something called musicians sleeves,I will get the name when I get home they are designed to alleviate pressure on and around the hands wrists and forearms while also massaging all the areas and they are open fingered ,so that pianists can play .Maybe that will help your friend
Bonus points for not spelling pique "peak." All this talk about the advantages of a triple regarding torque (better than a four) and peak power (better than a twin) misses the main point - triples just sound so cool.
True, you make a good point. There has been speculation that the WSS rules will be changed to allow the 675 triple. There does seem to be some reason why Triumph chose the 675 displacement. Now, whether it's because it fits neatly between the 600-fours and the 750-twin remains to be seen. WSS doesn't seem to be making any major rules changes, yet. Although, it could be argued that allowing the triple isn't really a major rules change. And maybe AMA? BSS?
And also remember the majority of 600 SS buyers. They just want the biket that's the baddest so they can play Ricky Racer or brag to the squid hoards about, not the one that's most practical. Triumph may be playing right along to a degree.
Since I butchered that last sentence. What I meant was:
And also remember the motivation of the typical 600 SS buyer. They just want the bike that's the "baddest" so they can play Ricky Racer or impress the squid hordes. Triumph may be playing right along to a degree.
Oh, and how many of the current supersports ever see the track?