Date of publication: 2018-01-06 21:23
The Kymco proved to be more than up to the distance, speeds and prolonged periods of operation with no noticeable change in engine temperature, as much as I love my Burgman I would struggle to ride it an equivalent length of time without fatigue and having to shift around to adjust weight on my legs and seat. The Kymco riding position is a lot more vertical comparatively when riding with feet forward and the narrower seat is definitely more comfortable when I was expecting the opposite to be true.
In Historic finally, no one could threaten Richard Williams but main rival Keith Pettitt came 2nd again and is waiting for a little mistake with the blue machine. Richard Leggett made a great debut navigated by the very experienced Cat Lund, so he could be an important player if he registers for a full season. Lesser news for Henri Hardiment who blew up his engine, but there is the whole summer to fix that. Now we can all relax a bit, we hope to see you back in Hemicuda, in the mean time enjoy your holiday!
"I'm looking forward to getting the ball back in my hands in September hopefully, and then pushing into full training at the end of September and maybe get a run-out in November."
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