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Old 04-30-2011, 11:25 PM   #51
guzzitaco
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Joined: Mar 2011
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Oddometer: 257
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Originally Posted by motu View Post
i have a high front guard now,it was just a matter of getting around to it....no front guard is illegal here.like a speedway track,gravel roads give their best traction when wet,you need a front guard to ride them wet.

Everyone has their own take on handling,i know everyone loves the airhead,but i find them an understeering bike,nervous when pushed and run wide.the big front tyre means i can push the front much harder,my entry and corner speeds are higher,and i can choose my exit line.i don't have a problem with adapting the bike to my needs,others may find the handling ghastly,but it inspires so much more confidence in me than the stock set up.
+1!
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