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  • WileECoyote
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    Since I've started chemo, my leg strength ain't fer shit. Doc say's I'm not getting enough exercise........................ On average, I walk the plant all day and get 5 to 8 miles in a day. Then he say's "Not enough oxygen" Yet, I am in the 90's percentage................... soooooooooo W T F????



    And old Todd-oh is smiling pretty. I imagine he likes that cruiser well enough. I may switch up and see how a low bike is for me.
    Last edited by WileECoyote; 04-14-2021, 05:44 PM. Reason: Added thoughts, don't complain, I dont often think................

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  • oldjeep
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    Originally posted by Stella Blue View Post
    I’m 70, not overweight, ride bicycle frequently, not buff but better than average in physical fitness.

    I owned simultaneously an FZ1 and an FJR. Loved both. Sold FJR because FOR ME the FJR was just too heavy, but only in garage or parking lot or 2 up. Loved the smooth awesome power, low rpm cruising, but ergos needed work. Weight too much for me. At that point, anyway, may be moving back that way.

    A 200 pound lighter FJR is really what I need.
    It'll be interesting to see how much I notice switching back and forth. I'm 51. 6ft, 185 . Both bikes have either bar risers or taller bars, the fz1 has dropped pegs.
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  • loosenut
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    New Gloves


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    Last edited by loosenut; 04-23-2021, 11:19 AM.

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  • Stella Blue
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    I’m 70, not overweight, ride bicycle frequently, not buff but better than average in physical fitness.

    I owned simultaneously an FZ1 and an FJR. Loved both. Sold FJR because FOR ME the FJR was just too heavy, but only in garage or parking lot or 2 up. Loved the smooth awesome power, low rpm cruising, but ergos needed work. Weight too much for me. At that point, anyway, may be moving back that way.

    A 200 pound lighter FJR is really what I need.

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  • oldjeep
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    Originally posted by WileECoyote View Post
    Looks great. Wish I had the leg strength to hold one up.
    I'm curious about this, you are not the first person to say something like that. To me it doesn't feel much different than my FZ1 and it feels way less top heavy than the VStrom Dl1000 that I had.

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  • WileECoyote
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    Looks great. Wish I had the leg strength to hold one up.

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  • oldjeep
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    R-Gaza crash bars for my "new" FJR
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  • hooligan998
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  • Woodys2718
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    Nice looking bike Todd congrats. That blue is... bluetiful!!!

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  • Todd S
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    Gobs of torque, but in many ways such a chill ride. Effortlessly tools along at 75mph at 2500 rpms or so. It is very much a kick back and enjoy the ride kind of bike, which is kind of where I am nowadays.

    -T

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  • WileECoyote
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    I have been looking at them as well. Pretty heavy but, a dream while moving. Nice grab Todduh..............

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  • 1slimfizz
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    Nice bike!

    Who's the old guy next to it?

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  • rswebscan
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    Looks Sleek!

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  • bradd
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    Nice!

    That is a cool looking bike.

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  • Todd S
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    Not sure why that photo popped up twice! Still getting the hang of the new OA, apparently.

    -T

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