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Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« on: July 30, 2018, 03:47:26 pm »
Ive been in a daze the past couple of days The other evening at dinner SWMBO said"you need another bike" In the past almost 30 years Ive never heard this from her Afterwards I verified that I wasnt hearing things and hadnt had another stroke and yes she confirmed that that was indeed what she said Im thinking she wants to start back going riding with me so I am forming a preliminary search committee of which yall are a part of The basic requirements are for her Comfortable Trunk Armrest and for me A lower seat height Ive had goldwings (these are a known factor with her)and they are in the running and dare I say HD just from the shear volume of them in the cycletrader/CL Budget is around 10k Anything else I might want to put on the list?
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2018, 03:59:16 pm »
Yeah, take her out to lunch and see what you can get. :))
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2018, 04:13:57 pm »
Well, among many types of bikes from racing to cruiser to off-road to touring that I've ridden over the last 47 years, my Wings have been the absolute best for two up.  Did a two up trip with the SO on a Connie once, and even with a custom seat she said no more, we're taking the Wing.  I just bought the new redesigned 2018 Wing, but that or any of the 2001-2017s would be absolutely perfect for two up. The1500s too, but those are very old machines now and wouldn't trust for reliability on a long trip.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2018, 10:47:08 pm »
My wife and I have talked about this subject for a while. She likes the C-14, but does not like the higher seating (than the C-10). Several in our SE group have 'Wings, so we've been around them. One Saturday in February this past winter, we went for a ride and decided to stop in to see the bikes at the local Kawa/Honda/etc. dealer. This bike was on the floor. It's a 2008 Honda Goldwing with 28,000 miles. Lots of room, smooth, decent gas mileage if you don't flog it, quiet, corners surprisingly well.  Makes the C-14 feel like a bicycle, though at low speeds.  ;D



 She sat on it and said, "Buy this." I did. I paid $8,750.  She says the C-14 is my bike and the Wing is "Our" bike.  ;D

We rode it to the Beat The Heat rally this weekend and had a very pleasant time. We got home and she said, "I could definitely ride a long way on this."  We bought it to see if we liked it. Like a C-14, it needed/needs a few farkles to be "just right" but it's a pretty good time to buy an older 'Wing if you want one, but if you wait until winter, you might get a better deal.

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2018, 12:21:39 am »
My wife and I have talked about this subject for a while. She likes the C-14, but does not like the higher seating (than the C-10). Several in our SE group have 'Wings, so we've been around them. One Saturday in February this past winter, we went for a ride and decided to stop in to see the bikes at the local Kawa/Honda/etc. dealer. This bike was on the floor. It's a 2008 Honda Goldwing with 28,000 miles. Lots of room, smooth, decent gas mileage if you don't flog it, quiet, corners surprisingly well.  Makes the C-14 feel like a bicycle, though at low speeds.  ;D





 She sat on it and said, "Buy this." I did. I paid $8,750.  She says the C-14 is my bike and the Wing is "Our" bike.  ;D

We rode it to the Beat The Heat rally this weekend and had a very pleasant time. We got home and she said, "I could definitely ride a long way on this."  We bought it to see if we liked it. Like a C-14, it needed/needs a few farkles to be "just right" but it's a pretty good time to buy an older 'Wing if you want one, but if you wait until winter, you might get a better deal.





That's a pretty good deal, as I sold my 2003 Wing with 76,000 mi for $6,900.  (Albeit with about $3 million in farkles which you can never get back of course.)  Congrats!
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2018, 01:31:26 am »
Having moved on from a couple C10's to the Honda ST1300 for various reasons it's getting a bit of the same urging from the (very) occasional passenger.
Going to look at a 1500 Goldwing tomorrow. Stable mate or replacement, I'm not sure yet.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2018, 03:08:43 am »
Having moved on from a couple C10's to the Honda ST1300 for various reasons it's getting a bit of the same urging from the (very) occasional passenger.
Going to look at a 1500 Goldwing tomorrow. Stable mate or replacement, I'm not sure yet.

Not the power or handling of an 1800, but I have to admit having owned an 1100, 1500, 1998 Valkyrie, 1800, and now the new (whatever it's called) 1800, the 1500 had tremendous storage.  Way more than all the others.  Two people could pack for a round the world trip on that thing.  One thing to think about, it unless it's been totally rebuilt, you're looking at very old cooling hoses, brake and fuel lines, and externals, like water pump, alternator, fuel pump, fuel filter, cables, etc.  Basic engine is probably bullet proof if the valves have been properly adjusted.   Great luck in whatever you choose!   :)
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #7 on: July 31, 2018, 09:57:03 am »
Another 'wing supporter here. The wife and I are on our second one (2012). I'd had a 2002 that I'd bought used in 2007; sold it to my BIL in 2015 for $8000 with 84K on it. He and his wife are still riding it and have over 100K on it now.

I'd look around for a first generation GL1800 (2001-2009) or the 2nd generation (2010-2017). The 2010-2017 models have slightly more luggage space but not enough to get real excited about.

You can likely find some deals as owners trade their old 'wings in for the newest generation.

HD makes some nice two up bikes, lighter than a 'wing but no reverse. Same for the Victory (now out of production). Kawasaki Vulcans have potential as do Indians.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #8 on: July 31, 2018, 01:52:27 pm »
I think a lot depends on your wife. My wife hated the wing when I took her out on one. However, she is also a rider. She felt most of what she enjoyed about the motorcycle experience was lacking on the wing. She loves the C10, and she loved the seating on both the Tenere and the GS1200. YMMV (We use the same bike on long trips, she is my GPS). She likes the FJR, but feels more cramped than the C10, so we limit that bike to 2 week trips. Is there a dealership or do you have friends that will lend you a bike so you and she can try it? Had an ex that would have loved a wing. Friend had an older 1500 and when I used it, she would sleep on it! Good luck with your search.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #9 on: July 31, 2018, 02:23:22 pm »

  Don't forget to look at the BMW Light Trucks, ie:  K1200LT    can be had for couple grand less than similar year gold whangs....

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #10 on: August 01, 2018, 02:19:00 am »

  Don't forget to look at the BMW Light Trucks, ie:  K1200LT    can be had for couple grand less than similar year gold whangs....

I have "looked" at them a bit and see they sell used for very reasonable prices, but not seriously considered them because of some of the rear drive failure history and rather complicated maintainence routines (real, imagined or rumored).
Looked at the blue 2000 Gold Wing 1500 today. It's in very nice shape as far as I can tell. Guy builds/rebuilds vintage small airplanes and has taken care of it. Changed timing belts last year (supposedly) at 60k miles. He's pretty firm at $4k. I'm undecided yet if I want/need another motorcycle as I'm not really ready to give up the ST1300 yet.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #11 on: August 01, 2018, 02:42:18 am »
I think a lot depends on your wife.
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My wife has gone on Sunday rides through wine valley, through the twisties at high speeds, through treacherous weather(TREACHEROUS), and on tremendously long days just because I needed to make it to the next best road on the Butler map and she still gets on the back of my C14 for to do it again. She likes the ride as much as I do... just get a custom seat, comfy foot pegs, top notch gear, music in her helmet, something to hold on to, and a nice robe for the night at the spa. $$$$$ :truce:

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #12 on: August 01, 2018, 09:57:35 am »
2 biggest draw backs for passenger comfort are wind buffeting and leg position. Buffeting on the wing for the passenger is minimal as long as you're not going across Kansas where the wind always seems to hit sideways. Even the wing; as heavy as it is can act like a sail but the passenger seems to get the worst of it. Most passengers don't like having their knees bent the way a C-14 or FJR will when seated for miles. Can't beat the wing for leg room.

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #13 on: August 01, 2018, 05:02:58 pm »
My wife and I have talked about this subject for a while. She likes the C-14, but does not like the higher seating (than the C-10). Several in our SE group have 'Wings, so we've been around them. One Saturday in February this past winter, we went for a ride and decided to stop in to see the bikes at the local Kawa/Honda/etc. dealer. This bike was on the floor. It's a 2008 Honda Goldwing with 28,000 miles. Lots of room, smooth, decent gas mileage if you don't flog it, quiet, corners surprisingly well.  Makes the C-14 feel like a bicycle, though at low speeds.  ;D



 She sat on it and said, "Buy this." I did. I paid $8,750.  She says the C-14 is my bike and the Wing is "Our" bike.  ;D

We rode it to the Beat The Heat rally this weekend and had a very pleasant time. We got home and she said, "I could definitely ride a long way on this."  We bought it to see if we liked it. Like a C-14, it needed/needs a few farkles to be "just right" but it's a pretty good time to buy an older 'Wing if you want one, but if you wait until winter, you might get a better deal.

I think this is where I/we are at Back in the day the 1500 checked all the boxes with her I dont see us doing week+ on the bike but more like an overnight or a long weekend at most Im going to wait til near the end of the season before I get serious about buying (unless the deal of the year drops on my doorstep) Im going to get with a buddy that has an 1800 and borrow his for an afternoon when it cools off a bit and SWMBO wont complain about it being hot
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #14 on: August 01, 2018, 07:37:52 pm »
IMO & FWIW, the GL1800 is a much better bike. It handles and rides significantly better. The GL1500 does have a bit more storage but that can be a very mixed blessing.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #15 on: August 10, 2018, 07:38:54 pm »
I think used K1600GTL's are obtainable in that price range as well.

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #16 on: August 10, 2018, 08:11:46 pm »
Hi I'm Mike and I ride a Harley Davidson....

I was happy riding along on my Yamaha with the wife on the back, then one day we stopped at the local HD dealer.  The salesman was smart, too smart...  He asked my wife if she had ever ridden on the back of an Ultra.  She had not, so he threw the keys at me and said "take her our for a ride."  I didn't sign anything, didn't have to show M/C endorsement, nothing.  (They must have good insurance).   Well when we got back, my wife explained to the salesman, "That is the most comfortable I have ever been on the back of a motorcycle"   ...eventually I heard her say "We need to get one of these", and he replied "NEVER EVER argue with your wife when she is the one who is trying to convince YOU to buy a motorcycle"   Long story short, I bought the Ultra, and the wife loves it.   The best part of this story is that she has since sat on the back of a Goldwing, and that will be our next two up touring bike.   I just have to get a few kids through college first...

I will likely be looking at the 2012-2017 vintage of Goldwing at that point.  I bought my C-10 in 2009, my Gen 1 KLR in 2001, and my air-cooled HD right after the Rushmore improvements.  I have been able to find low mileage bikes at significant discounts that way. 
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #17 on: August 13, 2018, 11:56:08 am »
My husband, Jorge, had a C10.  He purchased a Corbin seat and got floor boards for me after our first long trip on the bike in 2010.  We lived in central Indiana at that time and we rode it all the way to Camden, Maine.  The seat was very comfortable for me.  It was after that trip that he purchased the floor boards for me.  In 2011 we went back east on the C10.  I was very comfortable on the bike.  So much so, that I almost fell asleep on it!  It would have been good to have arm rests like the Goldwing.

For me the C10 and C14 are comfortable to ride as a passenger.  But it all depends on what is comfortable for your wife.  The ride has to be comfortable for her.

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #18 on: August 13, 2018, 12:45:33 pm »
Our 99 c10 is the most comfortable bike my wife has been on. We will do very long days. I put on floor boards so her legs are not locked in to one position and I have hi-way pegs so she can use the drivers pegs to stretch out also. After 5 years I added a backrest. It is the first bike that the backrest was not the first mod I did.
I have a Versys 650 as my commute bike and it could be ridden two up but the c10 is so much better for her.
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #19 on: August 14, 2018, 01:34:58 pm »
For two up, the Wing is the Thing!

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #20 on: August 24, 2018, 07:02:13 pm »
  Hi I have goldwings for a long time> Started with a Gl1000 than went to a GL1500 Sold it with 205k on it as it was just broke in. I have A GL1800 Goldwing rode for as a 2 wheeler and now it is a trike. Great bikes wife has always enjoyed them. You can not  go wrong with a Goldwing. Theres a lot on the market and a lot of great buys, so If I were you a Goldwing will make a happy wife.

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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #21 on: September 04, 2018, 03:08:49 pm »
After some more discussion with SWMBO she said she doesnt feel I could hold up a wing with her on the back (bad knee on one side stroke damage on the other) My primary objective in all this is I want her to feel secure And with that it lead to an Oh by the way moment Remember when I had the sidecar on the mule Well its going to go back on sometime between now and next spring That said and not wanting to squander an opportunity I talked her into signing off on another two wheeler for me
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« Reply #22 on: September 04, 2018, 07:16:36 pm »
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2018, 12:09:22 am »
My wife and I have talked about this subject for a while. She likes the C-14, but does not like the higher seating (than the C-10). Several in our SE group have 'Wings, so we've been around them. One Saturday in February this past winter, we went for a ride and decided to stop in to see the bikes at the local Kawa/Honda/etc. dealer. This bike was on the floor. It's a 2008 Honda Goldwing with 28,000 miles. Lots of room, smooth, decent gas mileage if you don't flog it, quiet, corners surprisingly well.  Makes the C-14 feel like a bicycle, though at low speeds.  ;D



 She sat on it and said, "Buy this." I did. I paid $8,750.  She says the C-14 is my bike and the Wing is "Our" bike.  ;D

We rode it to the Beat The Heat rally this weekend and had a very pleasant time. We got home and she said, "I could definitely ride a long way on this."  We bought it to see if we liked it. Like a C-14, it needed/needs a few farkles to be "just right" but it's a pretty good time to buy an older 'Wing if you want one, but if you wait until winter, you might get a better deal.


ron, I passed on the 2000 GW1500 just because it was the first one I had really looked at and didn't really want the first one I saw.
There now is a 2008 GE1800 up for sale now w/18k on it, audio upgrade (which I don't care about), navigation and a few minor extras that I see. And a hitch, which I see as a mixed blessing/curse. I do have a really neat tent camper trailer that we never intended to use behind a bike only behind the VW, but maybe, just maybe with an 1800?? Guy is asking $8500. Any tips or things I should ask about and/or look out for?
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Re: Going comfortable two up your thoughts
« Reply #24 on: September 05, 2018, 12:26:32 am »
My wife and I have talked about this subject for a while. She likes the C-14, but does not like the higher seating (than the C-10). Several in our SE group have 'Wings, so we've been around them. One Saturday in February this past winter, we went for a ride and decided to stop in to see the bikes at the local Kawa/Honda/etc. dealer. This bike was on the floor. It's a 2008 Honda Goldwing with 28,000 miles. Lots of room, smooth, decent gas mileage if you don't flog it, quiet, corners surprisingly well.  Makes the C-14 feel like a bicycle, though at low speeds.  ;D



 She sat on it and said, "Buy this." I did. I paid $8,750.  She says the C-14 is my bike and the Wing is "Our" bike.  ;D

We rode it to the Beat The Heat rally this weekend and had a very pleasant time. We got home and she said, "I could definitely ride a long way on this."  We bought it to see if we liked it. Like a C-14, it needed/needs a few farkles to be "just right" but it's a pretty good time to buy an older 'Wing if you want one, but if you wait until winter, you might get a better deal.


ron, I passed on the 2000 GW1500 just because it was the first one I had really looked at and didn't really want the first one I saw.
There now is a 2008 GE1800 up for sale now w/18k on it, audio upgrade (which I don't care about), navigation and a few minor extras that I see. And a hitch, which I see as a mixed blessing/curse. I do have a really neat tent camper trailer that we never intended to use behind a bike only behind the VW, but maybe, just maybe with an 1800?? Guy is asking $8500. Any tips or things I should ask about and/or look out for?

FWIW We had a camper and pulled it with a 1200 and I knew it was behind me traded it in for a 1500 and it pulled it with no problems Now keep in mind I didnt do a lot of pushing it thru the curves We hung out at TWO about every other weekend back then That was BC (Before Child)
On the maintenance side on the 15 the hitch was another thing to deal with before you could get to what you need to fix
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