Originally Posted by DriveShaft
It'd be my number one pick if I could throw it around off the beaten path. The margin for error on that beast is a bit narrow for my skinny ass to have much confidence. It does, however, reign supreme if 2-up is a priority.
Quite true. It doesn't do well in the more gnarly off road situations at all. Luckily, in central Texas there are no gnarly off road situations; in fact there's very little offroading to be had at all. So i have to settle for worn out county roads which it handles perfectly, along with the daily potholes I encounter.
Then again, it can tread water OK, just not mud.