That's great Danke! Do you have more of a review you can give us?
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Just first impressions. Massive roll ons, & cool to wind on the gas and trigger the gears.
Does pump heat onto your shins but at 30c for most of the ride I still wasn't crispy.
It doesn't show it's weight on the gas or brakes or steering but it does when you run the suspension across bad pavement.
I have to reprogram my head now after 6 years on the motard so that's all I can say right now.
I'm not addicted! and I'm not quitting!!
Heeere's your sign...
...and "always" look on the bright side of life...
wait.. what is this tech and what is this bike? (clueless)
IT's a 1200 VFR with an automatic transmission.
It's not a car transmission.
If you like though I can pick apart that Beemer you have; I"ll be fun for me!
I'm not going to love in on that bike. In my opinion, it's a complete DUD.
What in the hell made you buy this thing? Were they basically giving it away? The TWO people I have ever ran into on these new VFR's complained about them to no end about the abysmal fuel mileage of an alleged "sport touring" bike.
No thanks. I'm surprised that this bike ticked enough boxes for you to buy. Strange, strange choice.
Have fun with it.
If everybody rode your bike, and dressed just like you it would be a very boring motorcycle world.
And yes they were selling for the price it should have been at the start with some free parts. I've been looking for a few years and there are used ones that have been down selling for thousands more.
Cool bike. Sportish. Tour... ish.
I met a guy in a restaraunt once. His name was Kentish. He was not quite Kent somehow.
Like your bike.
Me, I like it. Cool. Unique. Not your usual VFR. More... VFR ish, I would say.
Personally I love the look of this bike, were you in Agassiz around noon today?
"You can't make the roads safer by hiding in the bushes"