Originally Posted by HarveyMushman
The engine is absolutely perfect for two-up riding. Just effortless, low-rev torque. Try it out, maybe you'll want a new seat. If you are serious in the corners you might want a better rear shock. But it's a great bike for two-up riding.
Thanks. I guess I'm not so concerned with the motor as I am comfort level of a woman in her mid-40s. I'll get her on the back of one in a showroom somewhere this weekend at the very least. Just more concerned with whether she'll want to spend the large chunk of a lot of days on there. I'm hoping something like this will work out well. Can't go to cruiserland.