What made you switch back to a cruiser from the Connie?I still love my C90. I am so happy I came back to a cruiser. :wayhappy: Anyone else switch bike styles lately? How are you feeling about the change?
Ultimately... boredom, which I know sounds crazy. Every corner, every ride was just smooth on the Connie to the point that I could not find corners that were a challenge or fun because I would need to be going so fast to make them fun. I mean I would have to be going fast, for example 120+ in sweepers that had a speed limit of 55 just to feel a little pull. Now I can go a reasonable speed that won't result in me loosing my license and get the same feeling.What made you switch back to a cruiser from the Connie?
I made the switch to a sport tourer 3 years ago and have not looked back.
Good to meet you in La Crosse, however brief our chat was.
I don't think I'll ever change styles. I'm too old for anything different other than a trike someday.
Rode standard style of bikes and dirt bikes for decades. Went to the C50, it was okay but after 2 years grew to hate the position, mechanical clutch, inefficient brakes, and overall ride. Got intrigued by the CB 1100, looked at the different models of them and settled on the '13 ABS model. Back to riding the type of bike I'm use to. Inline 4, chain drive, hydraulic clutch, not sitting on the tailbone, and not scrapping floorboards all make me happy. I smile ridding any motorcycle style, but the CB takes me back to my roots.