dude we should just call each other right now
Yeah, low speed city riding means no wind flow to push you back and take some of the weight off of your arms/wrists. Also, lots of braking to a stop, which means more stress on your arms/wrists. After passing through a small town with red lights or something it's always a relief to get back up to speed and let the wind hittin' your chest take the load off your wrists.I only have problems with my wrists when I do city riding . I thought i'd have knee problems but was suprised not to the whole month I was gone.
yeah...that site's the california bible (norcal + central, at least). The 6000 miles in 8 days story he's got on there is pretty hardcore, tho he didn't do that on a busa. He's got another link on there of a guy who rode the Iron Butt 100CCC - Jacksonville to San Diego and back in 100 hours. Dude did it on a Busa, with a friend riding pillion.I checked it out . Dude that guy rides the way I wish I could.