Replacement for GPz
dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Oct 23 08:30:58 PDT 2007
Yep, I'd take one in a heartbeat.
Steven Bixby <steven at bixbys.net> wrote: Well, we picked up my wife's new Bandit 1250. I have ridden it
briefly to get some of the early break-in done (for a 50-mile oil
change). I'm about 6'2" and ... portly. The bike rides pretty nice
in my book; a few things I'd change, but it's pretty nice.
It has a two-position saddle that is in the lower position from the
factory and it's decent enough for my 5'5" bride, easy for my 6'2"
frame. I think raising the saddle would be a good idea for me.
I haven't wrung out the engine yet, but it's obviously doing VERY well
in the low-RPM torque department, as it's designed to.
Some photos of the "inspection", hand-over and a cool-down stop on the way home:
On 10/23/07, Dave Daniels wrote:
> The Bandit 1200 is an awesome bike, being my last ride. Not as smooth or as planted as the GPZ though.
> John Soliday wrote: There is always the Bandit 1200 too, they seem to out there pretty cheap.
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