carlyle.andrew at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 22:59:56 EDT 2017
I am kind of short, about a 29 or 30 inch inseam. The Multistrada on its
lowest seat setting is 32.5 while the higher one is 33.3. With the seat in
the low position I can pretty much flat foot it. I have ridden the bike
with the higher setting and while it is a bit too tippy toe for me it is
still not terrible. On paper the bike looks pretty tall but in the real
word it isn't too bad.I think the measure the seat height with the bike
unladen and when you sit on it the suspension will compress some. Also the
position and shape of the seat can make a difference. I agree with Kevin
you need to sit on one as it may not be as bad as it sounds.
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 5:35 PM, KEVIN LEPAPE <klepape at shaw.ca> wrote:
> That's way too tall for me.
> Not arguing with you but consider that the stock seat height spec on a 4th
> gen VFR is 31.7" so the DukeR is only 1.2" higher. The DukeR so much
> narrower that I suggest if the VFR works then the DukeR very well might. Go
> sit on one...
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