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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
So a question to the quandry that presents.
Is it better to overload the bike and do a single vehicle or pack the bike light and the trailer only part to capacity then and thus a tow? This is assuming that even the overloaded bike is packed with best wt distribution and the bike/ trailer set up with same best wt distribution and tongue wt.
To those that tow..we want to know.
I see another Kennedy assassination style photo-analysis in the near future.
Are you saying there is another trailer on the grassy knoll?
I don't tow, so I don't know...
Invalid question. It is better to leave all the unnecessary crap behind.
No it's better to leave the old women at home and pack light. bete.
If pack rat you should be driving a convertible, you are. Herh herh herh.
I wonder if it is some variation of the Amazonas:
I can't call fail here
What? You like that colour..?
Well, to each his own I guess...
How else are you going to get someone with a walker out and about on less the 4 wheels though?
I got this.
You guys totally missed the big one on that pic.
Yeah, he's towing a trailer.
Yeah, he's two-up.
Yeah, he's on a touring bike.
Yeah, he's on 129.
But did you see the Florida tag???
It's a corner.
And he's railing it.
On a corner.
Big picture: Win!
Fashion failure! He should tuck the jeans into his boots or buy longer riding pants. Oh, and their helmets don't match.
He's probably spent a lot of time practicing on the exit ramps down there in Flatistan.
And he's already got his dragon sticker on the luggage.
Shit, I've got REPSOL decals on my bike. I'm pretty much MotoGP.
I've got Husqvarna stickers on my bike, does that make me a lumberjack?