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With these gas prices I bagged the bike for commuting.
Not that I didn’t want bags. I didn’t want to use the Scrambler for commuting.
It’s worked out great though. Driven for mileage, I’m getting 55 miles/gallon.
Not Bad!
Looks like it will work for you.

More often than not, when I calculate my gas mileage, I come up with 55 mpg. That will, no doubt, save you some bucks.
 

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Nice.
I have small adventure saddle bags on mine with no racks for hauling my lunch to work. I also have a tank bag and tail bag if I need them but havent used them on the SCR yet.
I commute on nice days with mine, if im gonna get wet or cold I'll take the car.
 

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Nice.
I have small adventure saddle bags on mine with no racks for hauling my lunch to work. I also have a tank bag and tail bag if I need them but havent used them on the SCR yet.
I commute on nice days with mine, if im gonna get wet or cold I'll take the car.
With these gas prices I bagged the bike for commuting.
Not that I didn’t want bags. I didn’t want to use the Scrambler for commuting.
It’s worked out great though. Driven for mileage, I’m getting 55 miles/gallon.
Not Bad!
I am getting 64.95 mpg average, but there again, the UK gallon is bigger than the US gallon, is it not? My conversion rate is 4.456 litres to the gallon. o_O
 
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