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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-28-2017, 09:17 AM Thread Starter
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What is the lean angle on a Voyager?

I am talking degrees to compare to other Touring bikes. Did a search and all I found is their bikes scrape before others do. Is there any difference between say a Nomad and Voyager specifically 2010 models and also a Vaquero. My 900 Custom is not cutting it for 2 up since my wife starting riding along. Probably not going touring but just need a bike for day rides to carry jackets, rain suites and few tools.
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I don't know what the max lean angle is on a Voyager, but I have no issues on leaning and not scraping. whether 1-up or 2-up
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I don't know what the max lean angle is on a Voyager, but I have no issues on leaning and not scraping. whether 1-up or 2-up

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Any angle measured wouldn't really provide you a solid answer. Rider weight, spring rate, speed, throttle/brake use while at lean are only a few of the factors that have a profound effect on ground clearance.

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