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I think for any bike brand to be successful now, you gotta have bikes in each segment. You don't have to be mass market but you need those economies of scale.
IIRC, something about the fresco open weave limits the options for patterns. I could be (likely) very wrong.
LOLOLOL.I was in the bashment drinking beers last night. Good times.
You could rock Forcefield limb tubes underneath.
Local bike shop has been carrying their stuff since last summer.'Ridiculously pricey' is an accurate description.http://townmoto.com/blog/2015/07/saint_at_tm/
I used them for a resoling and they did an excellent job.
http://rideapart.com/articles/prepare-passenger-first-motorcycle-ride http://rideapart.com/articles/how-to-ride-with-a-passenger-on-motorcycle
Been riding 5 years now and have yet to take a passenger on. It'll happen eventually but still.
Some advice for you when you go to do the course: pretend like you've never ridden a bike before. For the highway, it's not so much riding at speed as it is the merging and navigating. I got comfortable by taking the bike out late at night or early weekend mornings when traffic was light and doing on-ramps.
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