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    Can a pillion sit alongwith Rapide? Will he face any discomforts?

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    None at all. Its pretty convenient. Will upload pic of a pillion this Sunday. Have a look...
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    None at all. Its pretty convenient. Will upload pic of a pillion this Sunday. Have a look...
    Thank you. Waiting for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CH03l7263 View Post
    Yeah I think I will go for a bigger one like the nomad which will solve both short and of course long rides on my Harley. Thanks for your inputs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzy_the_rider View Post
    Can a pillion sit alongwith Rapide? Will he face any discomforts?
    Which bike are you talking about? I have a picture of a pillion on Ninja300 sitting on top of Rapide. She faced no discomforts. In fact on ninja 300, the connecting belts go under the seat, so bag was not felt at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animeher View Post
    Which bike are you talking about? I have a picture of a pillion on Ninja300 sitting on top of Rapide. She faced no discomforts. In fact on ninja 300, the connecting belts go under the seat, so bag was not felt at all.
    I have pulsar 200ns.

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    Rapide will not have any problem with 200ns. In fact I think you can even try for Nomad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animeher View Post
    Rapide will not have any problem with 200ns. In fact I think you can even try for Nomad.
    Thank you. Will consider it.

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    Icon7 Re: Viaterra Rapide

    Thanks for the comparison was not sure what to by for my bike. You cleared my doubt regarding the size and fitting.

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