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My Speedy - August 12, 2012, 08:19 PM

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I love everything about that bike except the headlights. I still can't get used to it. I liked the last generations round headlights though.


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It does have a few features that I don't like and there's really only one angle where it looks great. But damn if it isn't a blast to ride!


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there's really only one angle where it looks great.
lol for street use looks is a major factor given not as much weight as fun factor of course. i think looks good though

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August 13, 2012, 09:27 PM

It's the perfect bike if you want a mix of comfort, uniqueness, and still some sportbike traits. The fact that most people hate the headlights (including myself sometimes) means there will be less of them around!

Being that all the good rides take an hour for me to get to, I opted against an 848 (a decision that I almost regret daily).


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