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Nice! That a lot a bike you got there.

So what bike do you prefer for which type of riding? You can't just give us a picture of two gorgeous bikes and leave it at that. A little history and info would be nice.

Usually it's the opposite, lots of info and no pictures from new members.

And welcome to BUSA from sunny Los Angeles.
 

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Thanks Liamjs.
Well the Goldwing is my primary ride and my wife is a seasoned rider and rides the Burgman 99% of the time,so I guess you could say its hers,LOL! I like the Burgman for short trips and the wing for longer rides and two up riding for obvious reasons.
The Burgman is my wife's second maxi scooter,her first being a 2006 Yamaha Majesty.
She decided she wanted to go back to a regular motorcycle for a while,which she did for a few years. But she said she missed having the scooters ease of riding,handling and storage so we picked up this minty 2012 a couple of months ago. She is quite happy with it and so am I.
 

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wing & burgman

The Wing & Burgman make a great combination. I have a 2012 GW × 2006 Burgman 650EX. Like you the Burgman was my wife's ride but she has slowed down some.

Good thing we have thr Burgman because a deer hit my wing while riding in Virginia. So it's at Star City Power Sports waiting for parts from Honda. So the Burgman has been a great fill in ride. In fact I took it on the Road Runner Motorcycle Tour out of Snowshoe, WV and had a great time.

Enjoy the ride!:p
 

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Exactly HOW does a person get the training and or experience to ride something as large and heavy as a GoldWing? Or, do you keep moving up the ladder size wise from smaller to midsize to gigantic? I really am not sure I would be capable of handling that much weight. My last motorcycle before the B400 was a Honda NT700. It only weighed 570 pounds, yet I dropped it twice in very slow speed incidents.
 

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You just get on that wing and go. It is an easy bike to ride but you do have to think, plan those parking lots. Parking lot practice is a good thing because it's not your Burgman when it comes to slow speed turns. It's like everything practice helps and that's why it's classified asa touring motorcycle.

If I had to choose one bike. It would be the Burgman 650.:p
 
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