Very sweet! Glad to hear your run went well! I can't wait to go back up there after mine is broke in. I'm a bit overly cautious on The Dragon - so no peg scraping for me. But I hope to drag a peg or two on The Devil's Triangle in a few weeks time.
Very nice! I love The Triangle! Im glad you had a good run on it. It's definitely not in the best shape, and the gravel does suck; but like you said, if you know those are typical road conditions on that ride, and watch for them, you can have a great ride on The Triangle. I can't wait to take the FZ up there. I had my best ride on my CB500F on that road.Haley......one of my riding buddies and I were on the Triangle today. Made a pass over to Gingers and then back to the prison end. Some of the corners are kind of choppy and there was some loose gravel, but all in all, pretty easy to spot and find a line around it.
That makes complete sense! I weigh about 150lbs, and hang off where the crack of my butt rides on the side of the seat, knee cocked, toes in on the end of thr pegs, blah, blah, blah - typical hang off fashion. So it makes sense that I may not drag any pegs at all even though I'm using the entire tire. I also have the shock set on the stock position which makes it nice for a comfortable ride. It rides better than any bike I've owned so far.I would say that anyone who weighs close to 200 and especially north of 200 lbs might as well crank that rear preload on up higher cause stock it's set on 3 out of 9 which is pretty soft. My past experience is that most bikes rear shocks come from the factory set kind of in the middle but this one comes pretty squishy in back. The flip side is that the bike rides well, it doesn't pound me to death like some do.