Earl, my 2006 has gone triple the distance yours has gone, and it has beenThat's great Rick. Mine had a bit more mileage than I would prefer but it had been well taken care of which is more important. Enjoy your ride.
Hi Keith;Earl, my 2006 has gone triple the distance yours has gone, and it has been
totally reliable. It has not explored the part of Nova Scotia south of Truro,
but perhaps I will revisit your province one of these days.
I think one of the best features of our bikes is this forum. I have met lots of
Stromtroopers, and we are indeed a cordial and helpful lot. If you visit Ontario,
for example, you can count on a fine welcome, just for the asking.
There is a fellow in Morden, Manitoba, who commutes to your province,
so he has over 200,000 kilometers on his Wee-Strom, and that figure
becomes more and more obsolete as I type, because he is probably out
there riding instead of pushing keys on a computer.
Love it! It handles like a large bicycle, loads of power, goes where you point it. I'm new to motorcycles, (2 years), and have mainly ridden my '84 Honda Ascot. What a difference! I did lay it down in my friends driveway two weekends ago so have been paying attention where I put my foot when stopping. Minor damage, (broken signal light). It's a keeper for me. Good to hear you are liking yours.So. How is your red Wee so far? I'm very happy with mine...
I like my handguards a lot; they have deflected a lot of weather,Rick;
You're well ahead of me with the farkles. Mine came with the OEM centre stand and engine crash bars, that's about it. ...
Good idea Keith. On my commute to work last week it was getting a bit cool on the hands. Couple that with the carpal tunnel and it makes for a lot of hand slapping.I like my handguards a lot; they have deflected a lot of weather,
including snow in New Mexico and hail in British Columbia.
The price is high for mainly a couple of hunks of plastic,
but the added comfort (or subtracted discomfort) is substantial.
If you don't want them now, you might when Indian Summer wanes.