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R18B owners feedback

Always be ready to walk away from anything. If you can't, at least be honest without yourself as to why and accept it.
R18C here

Really had to jump on the deal as well. Just sold a HD to a friend so thought I was down to one bike ('22 R1250 GSA). That didn't last long, but I do enjoy the torquey cruiser aspect of the R18. Got the Mustang seat thrown in at price and I think that really helps comfort wise. Ordered Vance&Hines pipes but won't see them until the end of October so the accessory market will have to catch up I hope? Been a bit warm here in AZ so just get it out on weekends and still ride the GS daily though....R18C.jpg