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Haven't been riding for the last 30 years -

Got my SCR late April, not even a mile on it ...
After a bit less than a 1000 miles , I am very happy with my choice.



Got the Fehling rack system, and a set of Chase Harper bags ...
 

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Haven't been riding for the last 30 years -

Got my SCR late April, not even a mile on it ...
After a bit less than a 1000 miles , I am very happy with my choice.



Got the Fehling rack system, and a set of Chase Harper bags ...
WELCOME to the club! Glad to see you're on your way to customizing your new SCR! ENJOY! Keep us updated, especially with pics! Jevers
 

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Welcome!
Glad to see some new blood join the forum. We need it bad.
Also glad you like your SCR. It's one of those bikes you either really like it or you don't.
You've rolled enough miles to where you would know by now.
It surprises me how many are for sale with really low miles.
Like Jay said, keep the photos coming.
 

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Haven't been riding for the last 30 years -

Got my SCR late April, not even a mile on it ...
After a bit less than a 1000 miles , I am very happy with my choice.



Got the Fehling rack system, and a set of Chase Harper bags ...
Welcome bud......good forum name too! :wink2:
SCRBen
 

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The rack and bag carrier are from Fehling



https://www.fehling.de/index.php?content=preise&markenid=12&lang=eng


I ordered them early May, they shipped quickly from the factory, took a month to arrive, because of COVID-19 ...
Installation was a breeze.


It is not really a back rest, but it is high enough to prevent my wife from sliding off the seat ;)
 

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The rack and bag carrier are from Fehling



https://www.fehling.de/index.php?content=preise&markenid=12&lang=eng


I ordered them early May, they shipped quickly from the factory, took a month to arrive, because of COVID-19 ...
Installation was a breeze.


It is not really a back rest, but it is high enough to prevent my wife from sliding off the seat ;)
How is the bike two-up, comfort-wise for the missus?

I’m still trying to coax the other half out of biking semi-retirement (something about “not wanting to die.......”) :surprise:

I did read one review in Built magazine over here where the guy said it was fab two up, but that’s about the only mention I’ve ever seen re. pillion provision......

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Let's just say that it is a work in progress :)

As I mentionned earlier, I haven't been riding for more than 30 years ... so this is almost all new for her
BUT we have been out a few times, without arguing :)
 

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Let's just say that it is a work in progress :)

As I mentionned earlier, I haven't been riding for more than 30 years ... so this is almost all new for her
BUT we have been out a few times, without arguing :)
My asking you must have aligned the stars - the little ‘un went to his grandmas’ this weekend, I suggested a ride out, and she agreed, so we went for a little 50 mile pootle.

Apart from the stock seat (which I had to reattach, as the Corbin is really only a 1.5 seat), she didn’t really have any complaints, and the bike didn’t seem to struggle at all - I didn’t notice any real difference in pulling power etc. I refit the Fehling rack too, for something to hold on to, but she tells me she didn’t, and just used it a little for support.

Whilst we probably wouldn’t tour two-up on it, all in all, it was a good experience! :grin2:

Ben
 
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