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    @Golden Cat ,kindly elaborate on the system
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    Quote Originally Posted by zestbiker View Post
    @Golden Cat ,kindly elaborate on the system
    I will post detailed video soon, pls stay connected

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    Dear Xbhpians,
    I'm 185cms tall and weighing 110kgs. Now I've a slipped disc in my back and I'm getting cured. Thinking of buying a cruiser for ease of access because of low seat height and for comfortable, laid back riding stance.
    Tried Intruder, although it seems comfortable for first 15minutes of riding, it is painful during long commutes over 45mins. I've experienced sharp tail bone pain and thigh pain; and I found awkwardly more forward placed footpegs, short handlebar and stiffer rear monoshocks are the culprits here.
    Now I'm left with only choice. Avenger Cruise 220. Any tall and hefty owners there? Will it be comfortable for long rides? Kindly shed some light. Advance thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirubakaran G View Post
    Dear Xbhpians,
    I'm 185cms tall and weighing 110kgs. Now I've a slipped disc in my back and I'm getting cured. Thinking of buying a cruiser for ease of access because of low seat height and for comfortable, laid back riding stance.
    Tried Intruder, although it seems comfortable for first 15minutes of riding, it is painful during long commutes over 45mins. I've experienced sharp tail bone pain and thigh pain; and I found awkwardly more forward placed footpegs, short handlebar and stiffer rear monoshocks are the culprits here.
    Now I'm left with only choice. Avenger Cruise 220. Any tall and hefty owners there? Will it be comfortable for long rides? Kindly shed some light. Advance thanks.
    I have owned Pulsars and Avengers for more than a decade now. I have observed Pulsar's forward lean position is the best position for bikers having any type of back problems. A fair amount of stress is thrown upon the shoulders and arms on the Pulsar making the spine less compressive. Technically, a cruise bike is meant for relaxed riding but in case of rough roads the rider gets direct impact on the back. Avenger is not very suitable for rough roads because it does not nave nitrox suspension and the rear high profile tyre adds like an additional cushion. Make a wiser choice.
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