A Burgman with curb feelers. Let's ask Suzuki to come out with a Pee Wee Herman Signature Edition and be done with it.
Time to find some strong Cloths Line Pins and a deck of Bicycle Playing cards to put in the front wheel. Then we will sound like a REAL motorcycle. :devilA Burgman with curb feelers. Let's ask Suzuki to come out with a Pee Wee Herman Signature Edition and be done with it.
My riding buddy has fairly long peg feelers on his BMW R1200RT, which is a sport-touring type of bike. He has to get the bike leaned pretty far over before those feelers start to grind. And the grinding can be heard and felt, much as the centerstand corners perform the same function (intentionally or not) on our 650s.Yes. Why do they have them on bikes with normal pegs, when the fairings, centre stands and exhaust pipes themselves make noise when they grind against the ground?
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