Join Date: Nov 2017
Location: South-Central Kansas
When I purchased my 2017 RGU, I had them put a Reach seat on it. I’m 5’7” and 29/30” inseam. It gave me a flat-footed stance with some bend in the knees. It’s a very heavy bike, and I’m probably a little more cautious than need be when turning or maueuvering slowly, but one thing I cannot do is rock the bike forward to get it off the EZ-Up center stand. Just don’t have the legs for it. I have to either drive it off (okay unless the pavement is slick), or get off it, put the jiffy stand down, and rock the bike off the center stand. I didn’t want to give up any of the cornering clearance, so I haven’t done anything else, but would love to know more about those cheap lowering kits for the rear that simply reposition the shocks. Can anyone say they are happy with them, and to what extent did they affect cornering?