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Old 09-03-2013, 07:07 PM   #93
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I tell ya, the one I tested was super comfortable. It was a cold drizzly day when I took one out so the heated seat and heated grips were very much appreciated. I got it up to 160 km/hour at one point no problem. If I had one, I could tour with my buddy, who has a C14 / Connie, and give him a run for his money. The only regret - I didn't adjust the windshield before heading out. The scoot I was riding wasn't equipped with a power adjustable windshield (like the 650) but it had a manual adjustment. Too low meant wind buffeting on my helmet, otherwise it was perfect. I've never ridden any other maxi scoot so I got nothing to compare to. I've ridden a few GoldWings and liked them a lot but at low speeds, in parking lots, driveways, garages I'm sure I'd drop one eventually. The BMW's are awesome.
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