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  • Offline Travis

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    Hello from London
    on: Apr 25, 2021, 09.01 pm
    Apr 25, 2021, 09.01 pm
    Hi all. I've just registered. Looks good to me. I'm riding an older African Twin xrv750,  but will be getting a Crosstourer soon.

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    Re: Hello from London
    Reply #1 on: Apr 28, 2021, 02.54 pm
    Apr 28, 2021, 02.54 pm
    The classic Af twin - I had one and actually took it to Africa- one of the few! You will love the bigger engine but make sure you check out the weight before you buy- height plus bulk doesnt suit everyone and see the u tube videos -then join the clan!

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    Re: Hello from London
    Reply #2 on: Apr 28, 2021, 08.06 pm
    Apr 28, 2021, 08.06 pm
    *Originally Posted by bazza950 [+]
    The classic Af twin - I had one and actually took it to Africa- one of the few! You will love the bigger engine but make sure you check out the weight before you buy- height plus bulk doesnt suit everyone and see the u tube videos -then join the clan!
    Hi
    I've had 3 @twins xrv750's over 25years and been to Morocco twice...second time for 3 weeks on a solo trip. They're fantastic bikes. I've also been to the north of Norway twice on my current twin. ... a beautiful but v expensive destination.
    I've only really just discovered the Crosstourer and realised it could be the next bike for me. I think it's a fantastic tourer and all-rounder. I love spoked wheels too and the look in general. Also, it's a Honda and they're what I ride😁. I can get my feet flat on the ground on a Crosstourer, whereas on the twin it's a bit more tip-toey. I like the idea of the big v4 engine and the weight shouldn't be a problem. I had a Pan-european st1100..that was no lightweight...not as tall though. Yup! I'll be getting one soon. Cheers
    Btw...seen lots of videos on u tube👍👌

     


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