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Pagaso 650 would like to ask for your opinion... It's coming up for time to replace my current machine. I am looking for a big

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Relaxed comfortable reliable economic bike with good weather protection and ABS (essential). Able to deliver on busy motorway and through the jungle of London traffic. I'm not bothered if some sportsbiker can go round a bend 10 milliseconds faster than me, good luck to him, but I do want to be able to assert authority if some cage-bound boy racer starts messing about. I run up 30k miles a year and expect my machine to get to 100k miles without real problem. I do my own maintenance & minor fixes are not an issue. So, knowing what you know about your pagaso would you buy the pasago if you were me? I don't expect the answer is black and white but would value your opinion - you guys seem like a pragmatic bunch, realistic about your ride... not like some other forums I could mention.,Asking that question here is a bit like asking the pope if you should become a catholic..... Do you plan to ride it in Winter on the UK's salt encrusted roads. If so, and unless you wash it every day, it will look very shabby, very quickly. This is true of many bikes, but I think the pagaso is not good in this respect. The previous owner of mine took it through one winter - its got more corrosion that I think is accepatble. ,,,

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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