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Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

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  • Bob99
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    Stick to Himalayan its great when it comes to comfort!

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  • Vishal Rohra
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    Yamaha fz25 is a comfortable bike, mileage around 35 in city, maintenance cost pocket friendly , should suit you well, i am 6 feet its very comfortable

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  • NoobOddity
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    The P220 seems to be the best option for you. The new Meteor is equally a good option but maintenance would be slightly more expensive.
    If you are worried about the clip ons on the P220, don't because after a small time it would feel commuterish.

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  • smutall
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    Cruisers are bad for back pain. You should put body weight on your legs when you encounter a speedbreaker or a pothole, which is not possible in a cruiser. A naked bike or a cruiser or an ADV would be fine.

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  • navonwolf
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    I own a racing bike and I've been around for 5 years it's pretty good, I can go on any surface io games skribbl io

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  • alkemyst
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Originally posted by luna grover View Post
    personnally i prefer cruiser more confortable
    Kodi nox
    For Indian road conditions, a cruiser like avenger would be more painful for the back in the long term. Something from RE stable or honda highness might be a better option, if cruisers are of the OP's liking.

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  • Zapps
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Now we have the Meteor to the mix

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  • luna grover
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    personnally i prefer cruiser more confortable









    Kodi nox
    Last edited by luna grover; 11-20-2020, 11:50 PM.

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  • alkemyst
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Originally posted by Zapps View Post
    Yeah Mojo is a good bike but the curse of scanty service centers and parts availability is too much to live with.
    Agreed.
    however, my suggestion was based on the fact that moving from himalayan to mojo wouldnt make much sense as they are almost the similar genre of bikes with similar pros and cons.
    If living with Himalayan was a problem for the op, I am sure mojo wouldnt make things better.

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  • Zapps
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Yeah Mojo is a good bike but the curse of scanty service centers and parts availability is too much to live with.
    Originally posted by alkemyst View Post
    I will not recommend you to Mojo moving from Himalayan. They are almost the same beasts with some ups and downs here and there.
    Unless you love riding Mojo, you would be sacrificing on the availability of service stations with Mojo.

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  • alkemyst
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Originally posted by Kirubakaran G View Post
    Thanks buddy for your suggestion! Will try mojo too!
    I will not recommend you to Mojo moving from Himalayan. They are almost the same beasts with some ups and downs here and there.
    Unless you love riding Mojo, you would be sacrificing on the availability of service stations with Mojo.

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  • Zapps
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Same pinch! I've similar physique and similar physique friends.
    Originally posted by Kirubakaran G View Post
    Zapps, whatever you have stated is absolutely correct. No bikes, above 200cc segment, is made for a chubby one side sitting pillion. Exceptions are Bullet, Classic and P220. But trust me guys, I've tested with a chubby one side sitting pillion on all of these bikes, but, of these P220F is the best!

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  • Kirubakaran G
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Originally posted by alkemyst View Post
    Cant provide you a comparative analysis on the chubbiness of pillions, but can tell you for sure that Mojo has a pretty good pillion seat and suspensions. riding ergo is pretty comfy too.
    I am still trying to adjust with the seat height though
    Thanks buddy for your suggestion! Will try mojo too!

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  • alkemyst
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Originally posted by Kirubakaran G View Post
    Zapps, whatever you have stated is absolutely correct. No bikes, above 200cc segment, is made for a chubby one side sitting pillion. Exceptions are Bullet, Classic and P220. But trust me guys, I've tested with a chubby one side sitting pillion on all of these bikes, but, of these P220F is the best!
    Cant provide you a comparative analysis on the chubbiness of pillions, but can tell you for sure that Mojo has a pretty good pillion seat and suspensions. riding ergo is pretty comfy too.
    I am still trying to adjust with the seat height though

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  • Kirubakaran G
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    Re: Which type of motorcycle for maximum comfort during long rides, ADV or Cruiser?

    Zapps, whatever you have stated is absolutely correct. No bikes, above 200cc segment, is made for a chubby one side sitting pillion. Exceptions are Bullet, Classic and P220. But trust me guys, I've tested with a chubby one side sitting pillion on all of these bikes, but, of these P220F is the best!

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