Yes, I thank you. I still haven't been able to get it home due to this sloppy weather. The snow is almost gone, the roads are drying.A little late there Jack. If you read the whole thread you'll see the purchase was made about 3 pages ago.
But I'm sure the Martini thanks you for the confidence boost.
jackpoet: change the order in which the threads are displayed when you log in. Those option can be discovered in your " User CP " link. If you don't stay on top of things here, you will never be up to date. News happens fast!!!!!!!!!! And some of the news is not worth the bits that they are written with.Oh well, guess that shows how new to the forum I am. Must have skipped part of the conversation, sorry.
Thanks, I am a MSF instructor for PA...I plan on running it through the course exercises as soon as the weather breaks a little.Really great bikes for touring 2up and comfort. Takes a little time to gain full confidence on handling a heavy tourer like the GL1500 at low speeds. I would suggest taking an Experience Rider course on it if you have one available in your area. You will learn what this bike is really capable of, make you a better rider and give you confidence+ in short order. I have a 95' GL1500 Aspencade. 65M+ and can't think of a reason to replace it.