Yeah, waiting for more Suzuki riders to share their experience in this regard. Brother, I am 5'10/11" in height. This may also be a factor in back-ache.
abdulrehmanrauf bro, I was using Honda CD 100 before switching to Suzuki GD 110. Honda 100 was comfortable with a soft seat and adequate riding position. Its riding position is also somewhat straigt-ish, but I never faced any back-ache while riding it and it never made me tired even if I rode it for whole day. Perhaps it was due to its higher sitting position compared to any other bike in Pakistan. Its height suited my own height and I always felt comfortable on it.
Now this Suzuki GD 110 puts the rider at a lower sitting position than did Honda CD 100. This might also be contributing towards my back-ache. Like you said, I hope I'll become used to with this position and start feeling comfortable soon. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
Yes, I was told water and mud would uproot it. I'll try going with "samad bond". But again, it makes me sad to alter the stock configuration of bike. So I may sacrifice dirt for keeping the bike in stock condition.
Wonderful analysis, bro! Thank you. This is the exact reason why I am facing issues - the distance between handle-bar and rider is shorter due to a shorter lenght fuel tank. My earlier ride, Honda CD 100, has a larger fuel tank maybe not in terms of fuel capacity but in terms of its size. Which is why the distance between handle bar and rider is adequate for comfortable riding.
Lowering the handle bar would definitely pose problems: it may either touch fuel tank or rider's leg during turns. After spending slightly more than 100k on a motorbike, I am a little reluctant on getting a new handle-bar. So, as brother abdulrehmanrauf suggested, it might take a little time for me to adjust on this machine. By nature, I am a little inclined towards not altering stock condition of a machine and to have best performance out of it without any alterations. Let's hope for the best.