Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Vancouver Island, Canada
I've just encountered the dreadful buffeting at that speed, best to tuck down a bit behind the fairing. Not safe to stay there for too long but thrilling none the less (for a brief moment) on a good weather day, highway, with no traffic, animals, or people out and about. The bike is very steady. My 1981 550 Yamaha Seca would develop a wobble in the steering at high speed - scary, because the tighter you held on the worse it would get, had to do the opposite and relax your grip.
But who travels at 100 MPH on any bike regularily for prolonged periods of time on public roads? Not very many people I would think.