Question about 2006 Highland Highland Allroad
I'm signing up for the MSF in my local community college to see if this is something I can really do. Being a short 5'3 I've been very hesitant although I've always wanted to ride. Initially I thought of getting a Honda Rebel to learn and practice with but my commute is 73 miles one way and most of it is highway with a speed limit of 70mph
And with gas prices as they are I'm really looking for a more fuel efficient method of travel hence seriously considering using a bike for my commute. So now I've been looking at the AllRoad since it may better handle the highway travel. I'm just wondering if anyone knows how good they are for vertically challenged folks like me and or if there are any alternative cruisers for beginners. I'm a newbie too and ride a suzuki C40. I'm about 5'4 and the seat height is perfect for me...27. It handles well and light. I ride it on the freeway going between 60 and 65 and it rides well. The best thing to do IMO, is to search on the web at the different motorcycle sites, and then find a dealer and sit on the ones you're interested in. ,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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