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2 up riding?

This is a discussion on 2 up riding? within the 1098 forums, part of the Ducati category; Can it be done comfortably for both on a: Triumph Speed Triple? Ducati 1098? Yamaha FZ-1? Thanks in advance....


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Old 12-03-2008   #1
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Can it be done comfortably for both on a:
Triumph Speed Triple?
Ducati 1098?
Yamaha FZ-1?
Thanks in advance.
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The heavier the bike and the more it looks like its set up for a touring bike the better.I have a zx10 and that is great for 2up.But the lighter bikes such as 330 lbs or 350lbs are great if your 2 up passenger is Tatoo from Fantasy Island or a thin super model who just benged and purged...other than that it gets kind of wobbly.
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it can on a 750 interceptor... ------
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