Max of NH, Troy, NY & Danbury,CT said that on Tuiesday he will be showing and demoing the new bikes. I will be there on Thursday for service. I usually get a loaner for the day ( some 800cc POS). Do you think they will "loan" me the new 1600 for the day.? I will not care if it is a GT or GTL.Florian said:my dealer has his GTL now...
Yes, I did the test ride on a1600GT. Great bike, I can wait another year or two as my 1300 is just fabulous and no kninks anymore. Hopefully the 1600 will turn out as nice. see my ride report somewhere else on this forum.Florian said:my dealer gave me the GTL for a day ride...he told me to flog it hard and ride the snot out of it...which I did. What a great bike! Cant wait for mine to show up.
Once you test ride, you will be wanting one as well. The 1600 is not really that big, the front is almost as wide as the RT. On the pictures it looks big and heavy. It is really a good replacement for our K1200 or K1300GT. Seat is narrow and low on the GTL so you can flat foot.beavtm said:Irv Seaver has a blue GTL now. Got to listen to it and with many others admire it. A test showed about 70 MPH at @3000 RPM. Hand on engine when rev'ing is very smooth, no vibration. Aside from pre-orders they had about 5 other deposits. Shades of when the first oil-head was released.
My test drive is scheduled for next Friday.
About the same as a Scala Rider G4. Same device. Upside is the Schuberth is suppose to be a very quite helmet. I wouldn't know since my ear buds attenuate 27db and I can hear the orchestra turn their pages!GMack said:I don't know how it will sound in their Schuberth built for their Bluetooth.
Talk to me about Autocom. If you can be tethered, I can work with you on a new system, a used Logic?GMack said:I've had enough of charging up Bluetooth helmet batteries ahead of time to go for a ride which is a requirement. Even more annoying is them going dead mid-ride, especially since more volume equals shorter run time and then you have nothing.