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    Senior Member melensdad's Avatar
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    FWIW, the lovely Mrs_Bob got her first real ride on the new extremely lowered NC700x today.

    It might be too low?

    She never bottomed it out, but she towers over the bike when she stands up at a stop.

    We rode for about 90 minutes on all sorts of roads, over railroad tracks and bumpy roads, on a couple of suburban heavily trafficked highways, trafficked shopping areas, curvy rural roads, etc. So a good test, far better test that just running it up/down the street.

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    Senior Member Swing a leg over your bike.....short in the leg Steve
    Swing a leg over your bike.....short in the leg Steve
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    You guys have put a lot of work into that bike. Bet it’s really great to have one that dialed in for her!


    Iím supposed to respect my elders, but itís getting harder and harder for me to find one now ..

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    Senior Member melensdad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rider View Post
    You guys have put a lot of work into that bike. Bet it’s really great to have one that dialed in for her!
    She is not an avid rider but she rides with me and tolerates it.

    Probably going to lower her Madstad windscreen about 1" before we get out for another ride too. She is not sure about adjusting the lowering kit again or not. It is near CTX seat hight now.

    For her sake (and so my best friend will ride with me) I do what I can to make sure she is comfortable on her bike. It's very close now. Just minor adjustments to what we already own and have installed. Except she'll probably be getting a Corbin seat one day too.

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