Norman,NormanB said:Thanks for the link. A fun read.
The writer is skilled and amusing. It may have been better if the had more than an hour on the machine - or if an experienced Burger rider had given him the inside track on a few operating procedures.
But positive and fun all the same.
WOW DOUBLE FEEDBACK -ZenOfZoom said:Norman,
Actually we got to spend a week with the Burgman, admittedly it wasn't enough for my tastes. I really didn't to expect to like the 400, and it was one of the few bikes that I really would like to have around long term.
A few points on the operating procedures would have been cool, but there's something to be said for finding the spirit of a machine on one's own
Glad folks enjoyed the read.
Now then - thats one of the points I was going to raise!30MuleTeam said:[snipped]
Funny, my experience with the brakes is different from the reviewer. I find the left brake (linked front & rear) wimpy and the right (front) brake the one that I can depend on to bring me to a stop quickly.