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Said good bye to my Hyper 1100 evo sp today it had full race system,all the carbon bits and every other extra. What's my thoughts on the classic mmmmmm absolute riot been grinning all day this is what riding a bike is all about. The scrambler is so easy to ride about town and when you get it on the twisty bits it's even better. Am I going to miss the Hyper don't think so.
 

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Beautiful bike John, thanks for the picture. A shot by the coast with mountains in the background, you're bound to have great places to ride. More pictures when you get a chance, and please put your location in your profile so we can keep up with you.

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Cheers guys absolutely loving the classic I test road the icon in May and was told I wouldn't get one until August,so decided to leave it until next year as most of the summer would be over. So was pleasantly surprised when in dealers on Wednesday there was one available that will do me I said. Was worried I would miss the hyper but no I've defo done the right thing it was a wee bit to hyper for me. Enjoying the forum lots of great tips and fantastic pictures. Sarah I'm on the west coast of Scotland will post some more pics of Gods country soon lol.
 

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View attachment 2270 Said good bye to my Hyper 1100 evo sp today it had full race system,all the carbon bits and every other extra. What's my thoughts on the classic mmmmmm absolute riot been grinning all day this is what riding a bike is all about. The scrambler is so easy to ride about town and when you get it on the twisty bits it's even better. Am I going to miss the Hyper don't think so.
I too went 2012 Hyper 1100 evo sp to a Scrambler (Harley Dyna in between) . To me the evo sp is easily top 10 best looking road bike of all time.

My Scrambler is what I wanted the Hyper to be. The Hyper felt super awkward after riding my 450 GasGas dual sport. The Scrambler has dirt bike ergos, the Hyper did not IMO. Also, I had a hard time relaxing on it sometimes...I could not ride it lazy. I miss being able to easily powerwheelie , but my wheelie skills suck.

I'd like my FTPro to be better in the suspension dept & a little more raw like my 1100 evo sp & 2000 996 were, but it checks very many boxes in what I want in a bike now, including very forgiving throttle (unlike my Hyper or the Icon demo I rode) , good in gravel, takes me back to when I was a kid (looks like my first bike Suz TM75) , reliable, sounds good, easy ownership, fun, versatile, fast & a good country road bike.


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