I'm sure I will come the end of the month when it turns up!
Have had many people ask me about where to get one and I warn them that there is a waiting list but tell them to try anyway since you never know. It's worth the wait.I'm sure I will come the end of the month when it turns up!
Welcome Jake, I agree this bike is a hooligan in fact a Tazmanian Devil. I am scraping both feet it handles superbly. In fact our multistrada guys out at the EMM in the Pyrenees a few weeks ago had Reuben Xaus, and ex Ducati superbike turn up .He was riding a Scrambler, and had managed to scrape the foot pegs and also the exhaust silencer!Warning, this probably seems a bit esoteric, but i had to share:
So yesterday, I stared planning some of the modifications to my bike, got a bit frisky and tried lowering the stock handlebar to see how it handled. While in the process, i knicked the paint on the scramblers paint and just about had a heart attack..
Later, i went for a ride, and had a chat with a gentleman owning a BMW about how much he loved my bike. he oogled it for a solid 10 minutes. Dude.... I GOT PLACES TO BE!!
Later that day, I took my close friend of mine for a ride, my first passenger ride on this bike. I went into the twisties and and was so surprised. THIS THING RIPS. maybe its because I just got my first service, but wow, did this thing love the backroads. I've been on a sportbike before this, but i felt like i was ripping hard and faster on this sucker.
after, i took her to go to a famous soft-serve ice cream stand, as the sun was setting.
Coming home from this whole experience, I thought, WOW, I LOVE THIS BIKE. I was so thrilled at my purchase. I hate to sound cheesy, but it gives off this vibe of "enjoy the moment, because you only get it once"
Anyone else have a cheesy experience like this?