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chopper vs other bikes

This is a discussion on chopper vs other bikes within the Choppers forums, part of the Types of Bikes category; Does the extended forks on a chopper make it a lot more difficult to ride than cruisers and sport bikes?...

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Old 05-27-2009   #1
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Default chopper vs other bikes

Does the extended forks on a chopper make it a lot more difficult to ride than cruisers and sport bikes?
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Old 06-30-2009   #2
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Extended front forks slow the steering and response of the bike.

Many choppers are built as an exercise in styling and social statement and may be very uncomfortable to ride for any distance.

As for harder to ride, not really. Well, they are harder to ride well.
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Old 01-19-2012   #3
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Yeah you are absolutely right chopper are difficult to ride as compared to a sportsbike
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