Has anyone here done this? If so, I'd like to hear how your trip went & on which Burgman? I'm thinking of getting a big scooter & I ride long distances some times. I already have soft gear for extra storage capacity.
I think you can do pretty well on the burger. Take care to make
sure you have a windshield that is the right height. Otherwise the
wind noise can wear you down. People change the seat around
to fit their body.
The suspension can be a little harsh on the rough roads.
A lot of the guys are putting the large Givi box on the back.
In a pinch, a large duffle over the passenger seat would
Once broken in, the burger is quite pleasant for traveling considering
the engine size an all.
I read a true story w/pics about a Canadian that rode all the way across Canada in the 70's on a moped :!: :shock: Talk about a minimalist :!: He had to ride on side roads too as much as possible 'cause his rig was too little to legally be on a hiway. :wink:
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