This is Gary and Pam of this site..
that is where you put down the center stand and side stand.copperstatetour said:I see two what appear to be metal bars wrapping up from the bottom by the rider's ankles (circled in attached) - what are those, part of the trailer hitch?
Do you have the link to the picture so we can have a short time of entertainment while reading these comments on killboy?pauleknight said:you should read the posts from the killboy photo site on this image.
Why is that "goldwing" pulling that car? was my favorite..
Wow, one day you are just an anonymous idiot and the next you are a renowned fool, I guess the latter is where I fit today.pauleknight said:that is where you put down the center stand and side stand.
copperstatetour said:Wow, one day you are just an anonymous idiot and the next you are a renowned fool, I guess the latter is where I fit today.
Now that you say it I can see that now, guess I have never seen what my LT looks like in running configuration, the stands are always down when I see it. I guess I never realized they came up that far on the bike when retracted - oh well thanks for the answer anyway
Foiler said:+1 :corn:
This was exactly my first thought when I saw this pic. Lean to the inside and you can hold the bike upright with more traction...and more turn.pauleknight said:Craig Fiedor If he got his body off the inside of the bike even a little the bike wouldn't be at such a severe lean. He's actually countering it slightly requiring more lean angle to negotiate the curve.