I got my 89 Wing in the Summer of 06 and in doing so finally found a bike suited to me. At 6'3", only one other bike in my price bracket has ever felt suited to a bloke my size, and more importantly, this is the ONLY bike I have ever been so comfortable on. Being an outdoorsman and frequent camper, road fatigue was a major issue for me on smaller bikes, to say nothing of their limited cargo capacities.
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