Great video man!
I never, ever felt intimidated by weight until I sat on a BOSS HOSS at a Sturgis rally in about 1997, now that sucker felt like a tank.
Yep, no question – a buddy of mine and his wife are just enough younger than me to be the oldest techno-geeks around (here at least). He’s Bluetooth connected, with tunes, phone and talking GPS (even though I use GPS in the car/truck, I’ve ridden probably half to two-thirds of the states and have yet to use anything other than paper maps…) as well as an occasional Go-Pro on their Can-Am… they love it. Me, I really do listen to the engine – wonder what this sound or that is (is the cam chain tensioner keeping up, or do I need to stop and give the dang thing a nudge…) and enjoy that. When I ride I carry my cell (a genuine slide-phone), but it is off… When I had my Ultra – no sound ever came out of the speakers for the 7-8 years I had it… perhaps embarrassing, but oh well…There is nothing like touring ... being pumped through 200 to 550 watts of surround sound! All the while eating up those 500 to 850 mile days in total comfort...
Different strokes for different Folks---