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Thread: Perfromance of Ravi Piaggio during long trips

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    Default Perfromance of Ravi Piaggio during long trips

    Assalam o Alaykum every body.
    I have seen threads sharing information about Ravi Piaggio performance. Also there are bikers who have used it for long distances as well. I wanted to know the following.

    1. What is the comfort level if used for 8 to 10 hours drive?
    2. Does the engine sustain this toughness of ride?
    3. What is the impact on regularly used parts of the machine during drive, i.e. chain garari set, speed and clutch cables, body parts such as mud guards, taapay etc.
    4. Can it be used in rough terrains apart from normal roads?

    I have been a regular biker sine 1998 and has used variety of locally available bikes on mountain trips such as CD 70, CG 125, Yamaha etc.

    all those having experience of Piaggio can guide me. and lastly
    Does any body know when is the next Yamaha, Piaggio or Honda 150 CC bike is launching
    Thanks

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    paiggio is one good all rounder, are you tall enough say 5'10 atleast then its good .. paiggio is a tall bike and if one is planning to go off road ... then keeping the foot on the track can be a problem at few places.. CG125 is best suited as its seating height is close to ground and foot reach ground easily ..
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    Thanks brother. When one goes out on travelling any type of mishap can happen.
    Thanks God that you rode quite intelligently and did not face any such problems.
    Thanks bro. I have learned over time. I have had my fair share of falls too there was a time @ years back I did a trip in which I put a fat rear tyre in order to get more grip on gt road. But the plan back fired and the bike was wobbling on every turn . I has issues controlling the bike on every turn.

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    yea this is indeed some thing learnt by experiment, its the worst thing one would do to a 125cc bike ... and those handle bar... UFF... jab tak paiggio meray istmal men thi I never went for those fancy things, as soon as my brother took it over he just crapped the whole bike..


    Stock ride is best unless some one really professional can alter then only one must try else better to keep a bike stock.. @BlueHorn I am bit worried about the monster @han1911 is raising in CG ... i test rode it last day its no more a Good old CG... its a death machine now.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueHorn View Post
    Thanks bro. I have learned over time. I have had my fair share of falls too there was a time @ years back I did a trip in which I put a fat rear tyre in order to get more grip on gt road. But the plan back fired and the bike was wobbling on every turn . I has issues controlling the bike on every turn.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    yea this is indeed some thing learnt by experiment, its the worst thing one would do to a 125cc bike ... and those handle bar... UFF... jab tak paiggio meray istmal men thi I never went for those fancy things, as soon as my brother took it over he just crapped the whole bike..


    Stock ride is best unless some one really professional can alter then only one must try else better to keep a bike stock.. @BlueHorn I am bit worried about the monster @han1911 is raising in CG ... i test rode it last day its no more a Good old CG... its a death machine now.
    Agreed. Those clip-on bars were tiring to ride on long tours and also affected handling to a certain extent. But thank god that the rear tyre was not fat else the bike would have wobbled on every turn and made me look like an utter idiot . there is a reason why manufacturers dont give clip-ons with these bikes. Infact even Moin Khan, the great pro rider, https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...oring-pakistan is doing his trip on northern areas with stock bike

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    Dear @Rabbit007

    here are many Riders with their own experiences. well 1st of all we should respect every ones opinion as that may differ to others.
    here are the some high lights of my Experiences of RP 125. i have taken RP to its maximum limits, even though after completing my 4500 km tour i have also completed 2 tours of nearly 800Km tours so its going fantastic.
    here are the links.

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...ab-pass-quetta

    My Khunjerab Trip. i am the 1st local to travel from Quetta to Khunjerab and back Quetta Alone ob Bike with MY RP 125

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...10#post3935504


    Dear share your experience too.

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    Priceless!!! thats what i like about you shazim! and believe me this is whats gona make LWR a Strong biker brothers community!

    Quote Originally Posted by shazimzahir View Post
    here are many Riders with their own experiences. well 1st of all we should respect every ones opinion as that may differ to others.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    Priceless!!! thats what i like about you shazim! and believe me this is whats gona make LWR a Strong biker brothers community!
    Thanks dear. as i have said many times, we are Biker family so we should respect and Listen to each other, that's what i like to do,

    Regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shazimzahir View Post
    Thanks dear. as i have said many times, we are Biker family so we should respect and Listen to each other, that's what i like to do,

    Regards.
    Indeed. Respect is a two way street. No doubt Shazim is one of the politest and respectful guys in pw biking community. He has shown us the beautiful Balochistan with his unique tours. Kudos bro.

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