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|10-21-2007 02:53 AM|
|bulldog485||Have a 1990 VN750 and a 2002 Nomad 1500FI. Love the Nad, unfortunatly don't get much riding on the 750 anymore...|
|10-18-2007 11:13 PM|
|borto1990||thanks for the input everyone. I've talked to a few friends that owned older goldwings.. aspencades and SE's and such.. they loved em but all said they were made for the highway. all have sold them for cruisers and one sold it for a 750. Not sure what I will do yet.. sat on the nomad this weekend and with the 750 being the only bike I've riden it felt like a tank.. didn't test drive it though.. the GF's dad has a harley and a honda VTX 1800. he swears by the 1800 however the passenger section didn't look as good (to me anyways) as the nomad. I don't do any LONG travels 2 up.. most maybe 3 to 5 hours with breaks depending on the route to mackinaw bridge and stuff like that. otherwise I'll be solo. I was also told by a buddy to check out the stratoliner I believe it's called.. Hopefully I can find a way to test ride these bikes! thanks again for the input!|
|10-18-2007 07:16 PM|
|coyote||I suspect that our fellow will listen better to his GF. Try looking for a cruiser that both of you guys like, not US. My advice is that you get what I call a romantic bike, which means a beautifull looking, good sounding (not to loud pipes), reliable bike, that has the best seats and a great backrest of course. I dont know, maybe a yamaha venture??|
|10-14-2007 06:39 AM|
No matter which big bike you ride, it will respond a lot slower than your vn750. SOOOO be real careful in the turns. They tend to run out of road before completeing the turn, if you catch my drift ( no pun intended).
ride it safe, John
|10-14-2007 05:15 AM|
|Dave_Pa||If your looking for the bigger bikes and like the Nomad but not the handling, Check out the clasic or the Mean Streak. If you'r looking for a fearing the clasic will hold the same one. Any bags can be put on eather of the other bikes but for cornering a crusser, the Mean Streak is the way to go. There's a few good you-tubes out there to check out, it's got enoff power and handles very well.|
|10-13-2007 11:27 PM|
|Sky Rider||Hmmm, nothing against goldwings but looking at Honda's website, the cheapest new goldwing runs 19,499. A new 1600 NAD runs 12,999. I guess if it's worth the extra 7,000 or so, go for it. The wing is a very nice ride but a bit on the pricey side for my taste.|
|10-11-2007 06:42 PM|
Drive it before purchasing it.
I drove one and didnīt quite like it.
It was comfy, but heavy. Like driving a boat. Great seat,quiet, roomy, good brakes, just enough power, bad on twisty roads, meant for cruising not excitement.
I think an Honda gl1500 goldwing is a better choice for the price, and is much faster and nimbler after all.
|10-09-2007 11:28 PM|
VROC has a pretty good Nad following with all manner of sage advice.
|10-09-2007 11:21 PM|
There is alot of info at the Delphi forum
|10-09-2007 06:59 PM|
|Woody||Don't know if ther is a dedicated site or not(but there probably is) but you can find what you need to know athttp://www.kawasakimotorcycle.org/forum/index.php also consider the 1600 classic as you can make it your own but the Nads are one of the best tourers out their according to their owners.|
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