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The sport touring thing didn't work for me. Years ago I bought a second bike, a sport tourer (FJR1300) addition to my VTX 1800. I wanted something nice, with hard bags and with rain and wind protection for long trips. Rode it a few hundred miles and parked it and sold it later. That time my VTX was taken apart for modifications, so I didn't ride for a coupe months (despite of still having the FJR). It just wasn't fun after the VTX. Later I bought a second VTX 1800 and made a touring bike of it. To me riding is not about the comfort, how smooth the ride is of how fast I can curve the twisties. It's about feelig the vibration, the wind, the sun, the smell of flowers and trees,watching the scenery, having fun. I always say, if you don't like riding, go with car or on a sport bike. You can get to your destination quickly and jump off the bike and do whatever you like to do. If you like riding, you don't need to go fast, because it's about being on the road not about getting to your destination quickly.
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