[OntVFR] 1. Re: anyone here quit riding but still on the list? (Doug Kellam)
rlambke19 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 24 15:53:10 EST 2019
If you want an unsolicited opinion and you are looking for an upright and
comfortable riding position that still maintains a fun, sporty and
flickable that can still tour with ease - look at the Yamaha Tracer (GT or
I have one and absolutely love it.
After selling my VFR years ago and dabbling in big bore Kawis - I’ve
finally come back down to earth and realized the perfect sized engine for
me is between 800 and 900cc.
Worth checking out imho.
On Sat, Nov 23, 2019 at 7:19 PM D Gordon <odysseyvegas at live.com> wrote:
> Esteemed list, Doug, I went through this myself earlier this year. Sold
> my 07 RWB, which I loved. My second VFR as having a 01' prior. Just
> felt I needed a sabittical. Take a year off and see how things go. I
> wasn't getting much riding in, but when I did I loved it. :-) The big
> thing is I wanted something more comfortable, upright. Love the VFR.
> It is a true Japanese classic. And so excellent. But I seemed to get
> out for a few hours on a sunday only. Just want a nice comfy ride.
> Looking at, if you can believe it, a W800. A good plod for a sundays
> ride. But then I think I want to tour and look at used FJR's. I'm all
> over the place. Love bikes, but needed to step away for a bit. But
> will be back. No shame in that as there are so many things competing for
> our time and dollars. But the VFR is the best bike I've ever owned.
> Period. :-) Just feel a need for a change after 20 years.
> On 11/20/2019 12:00 PM, ontvfr-request at vfr.on.ca wrote:
> > 1. Re: anyone here quit riding but still on the list? (Doug Kellam)
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