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Andyh25

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Andyh25 says:

honda vtr comfort?

Hey everyone. Thinking of buying myself a honda vtr firestorm as I've liked them a while and a low mileage ones come up at a good price. My question is has anyone been pillion on one for a decent distance? Not much point in getting it if the wife's arse is sore after half an hour! Cheers 

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

Andy

'Not much point in getting it if the wife's arse is sore after half an hour'...


This will vary from pillion to pillion, depending on the shape and amount of 'padding' ...You need post a pic of your wife's arse so we can help you.

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bobsnicholson

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Andy

I think you know you have left yourself wide open for ridicule making statement's like that.


Arse + comfort = Gold Wing:lol:

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goldenboyfz1

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goldenboyfz1 says:

Firestorm

I swapped bikes with a mate for a few miles and had a go on his Firestorm…. I couldn't believe how comfy it was !!… 


I know its nothing to do with pillion comfort, but for a rider, it was pretty good

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Andyh25

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Andyh25 says:

Kamchat

Haha, I'll run that one by the wife and see what she says but I don't think it'll work out in your favour I'm afraid! And yes I realise there are plenty other bikes out there with comfier seats but she's only 28 so I'm sure she will cope. It's more for the leg positioning etc

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Andyh25

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Andyh25 says:

Goldenboyfz1

Glad to hear. I had a Yam Thundercat last year and have had a break since about August o this will be quite new to me

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jaffa90

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

i seem to be having

problems with missing pixels on my screen and only managed to pick up the following:

  • wife's arse is sore after half an hour
  • pic of wife's arse

I would suggest some KY jelly and a decent DSLR.

Hope that helps. Looking forward to seeing the pics


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Andyh25

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Andyh25 says:

jaffa90

thanks for that pal I'll keep these in mind

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Andyh25

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Andyh25 says:

roseyeric

Hahaha I seem to have created some kind of voyeur page here accidentally (yes, accidentally). Which of course the missus finds hilarious

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

If you look

carefully, you'll find many a posting that quickly descend into threads of a similar ilk.

However, I'm delighted Mrs Andy is on board, get the camera out.

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