Originally Posted by damurph
He best be a suspension specialist. Although the trailway is maintained for snowmobiling it is also used by the locals all summer with heavy quad traffic. As such undulating is the nicest word i can think of but i have used stronger language.
I chatted with a couple from Maryland who crossed the island and she told me she never wanted to see another set of bumps/humps again. It tests your shocks and your straps.
I had a similar experience on the K&P rail trail in Ontario last year. I brought the KLR, which is not blessed with the world's most refined suspension. Everything was just fine as long as I remained standing, but that gets tiring after the fifth hour or so.
The DRZ is a bit more suited to the task.