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Alf Meister

One of the Best things about a ADV bike!

One of the Best things about a ADV bike that you can’t do on a sports/touring/cruiser bike.   

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  1. 1. Being able to stand up while riding because......

    • 1. My Ar$e is sore from this torture device called a seat
    • 2. I’m old and My legs ache
    • 3. So I can look over the Hedge at that amazing view (I think this might be a UK thing)
    • 4. I’m Hooning down a fire track
      0
    • 5. I’m a offroad riding god and the back end is hanging out
      0
    • 6. I just feel like doing it
    • 7. It’s Bl**dy hot, I need to cool down
      0
    • 8. All of the above
    • 1, 2, 3, 4, 7.
    • 4, 5, 6.


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Alf Meister

Just a little bit of light hearted fun during the Lockdown.

One of the Best things about a ADV bike!

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FredBasset

Very good, last time I got to ride before lockdown No.3, I used 1.2.3.and 6, no chance of 7, it was bloody freezing. 🥴😄👍

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Aleksandar13

Nice one, searing position on my T700Sm with rally seat and springs to match my weigh is perfect.. Not for short riders... 910mm measured 🤔👍😁

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