But something about looking at those big tires spinning a couple of feet away from me while I'm on my woefully inadequate Bullet just don't appeal to me. There are better choices to be had both for roads for the Bullet and bikes for the freeway.CJ
Not on 85 into Atlanta.
I think Triumph96driver answered the cross country worthiness question with his 3,000 mile ride.
But was it on the interstate?? I'll bet ya an Autolite #63 it was 2 lane blacktop.... - Mike
Interstate as in coast to coast ?, Sure. ORInterstate like I-5 through L.A. or other major high speed freeways ? bad idea.Short jaunts on highways with light traffic or lower speed limit sections? do able with caution. That's my take anyhow.
Here in Michigan trucks are limited to 55 mph.If you can find one doing less than 70 mph let me know because I've never seen one.Cars and motorcycles are limited to 70 mph. Rarely do you see one go less than 80 unless they are in the fast lane.Definitely not Bullet territory.CJ
Ok, after 6 pages I'd like to ammend my original NO to a YES. As long as it's on a trailer.