Wow communication to the readers and a review in the same week. Wow! Possibly there is something to this MO 2.0.
BTW Enjoyed the read Thanks for reviewin something that is not just another cruzer. This is a real motorcycle for the real world and like most standard and naked bikes it works. It does appeal to me style wise, but then again in addition 2 my jap bikes I have BMW,KTM and Buells in my garage So my taste may be off a bit.
Very nice review. I have been in the market for a nekked bike. At first, I thought it was too racy for me, but after seeing it in the flesh a few times, I have decided to buy one....I still hate the pipes, but thats an easy fix, and its gonna be much cheaper than the new Monster, whenever that comes out. Yeah, the bandit is great bike, but oh so homely, ditto for the BMW R1200R....
Nice review.. great pics..Aren't the reason why standards are popular in Europe is cause they are used as real every day transportation? I think seruzaWa has often pointed out the best bike for commuting is a standard because of the upright seating position and your leverage on the handle bars. I would definitely look at this bike if I was commuting on surface streets a lot. My commute is mostly freeways so a fairing is a must I think but maybe this bike might work... In the U.S. bikes are hobbies I think that is why standards don't sell.. I actually like the quad exhausts of the predecessor.. it was unique.. The exhaust on this bike sticks out like a sore thumb now.. Great job Pete and Fonzie!