VFR’S my best friend

Motorcycle News (UK) - - Comment -

Couldn’t agree more with Ge­off Brown’s com­ments on the VFR. It’s a su­perb bike, and has the typ­i­cal Honda at­tributes of work­ing im­pec­ca­bly in all cir­cum­stances and con­di­tions. I’ve al­ways had sports­bikes, from RD500S to Fire­blades and ev­ery­thing in be­tween over 30 years. It took a while to love the VFR but it’s now like my best friend. I love it to bits and for once I don’t plan on rush­ing out and buy­ing any­thing else. On an­other note, I’ve been rid­ing push bikes for years and hate be­ing vil­i­fied for ob­struc­tive rid­ing and caus­ing lit­ter etc. I ride in a club and we al­ways re­vert to rid­ing in line when a car or bike is be­hind. I agree that this doesn’t hap­pen in some groups, but that an­noys us as much as any­one. It has to be said that the bloke on an S1000R wheely­ing in the op­po­site di­rec­tion at 90mph is also an­noy­ing. We all share the road and all sides should show more con­sid­er­a­tion. Nick Betts, email

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