Living the Stereotype
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Henderson County, NC
Low speed turns in high wind conditions have resulted, on a couple of occasions, with an outward slide of the back end. I believe the wind came in from the low side of the bike and under the Pelican/Caribou side case. It lightened and pushed the back of the bike out and inch or so.
I did have the beginning of a little tankslapper at 85 MPH with only the topcase on in a crosswind while crossing the crown of the road n a pass on a two-lane road.
These cases are rugged as bricks and just as aerodynamic.
Sent from my Hewlett-Packard 75C, using the Flying Merkel motorcycle app.
Stromin'Nroman NC28729, USA
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