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    Member MotoZen's Avatar
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    Beautiful bike Lola!

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    Welcome from Semmes, Alabama, Roll Tide !!!!

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    Thanks all for the welcome. Just finishing a break in ride from Seattle to Palm Springs (via the coast) and back (via I-5). Added heated grips and Gerbing controllers for the cold; much appreciated when the temps plunged to low 30s. I LOVE this bike!

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    I think I am going to put heated grips on my bike as well. I am looking at side bags, and racks right now trying to figure out what I want. Farkling is so hard!

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    Senior Member Hello Moto Ladies 2brnut2b's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoZen View Post
    Farkling is so hard!
    Me think it's too easy ! But I buy first and think after !
    When you are dead, you don't even know you are dead.
    It's only pain for others.
    Same thing when you are stupid !


    2brnut2b, That's the question !

  6. #26
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    I don't find farkling hard, just expensive!

    Working with a friend on a design for an 3.5 gallon fuel cell to expand my range. Stock tank just isn't big enough for longer distances.

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    Hello ladies!

    I'm researching bikes to move up to right now and I'm feeling quite a bit better knowing there's some gals out there that like the NC's. I'd like to move up from my TW 200 (such a hoot, but can't handle anything past 80 km/h or ~50 mi/h) but am vertically challenged at 5'2" with a 32" inseam. Are you finding that the bike can be "happily" lowered without messing with the geometry too much?

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    If you have a 32" inseam you probably won't have to lower it at all.

    Welcome

  9. #29
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    I just got back from sitting on a NC750S at the local dealer and I'm tippytoeing in my hiking boots. I think I would lower it if I were to buy one. (Or wear some serious platforms lol!)

    Thanks!

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    Senior Member Hello Moto Ladies
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    If you tried the S that is the shortest one. The X seat height is 1.5" taller.

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