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I am extremely pumped about this new bike that Honda has devilishly snuck into the mix. This summer I had the privilege of riding Azzkicker "Big Bear Choppers" and quite a few of the '09 Harley Davidsons - the ride on the choppers was "choppy" at best which is why I ended up driving a variety of Harleys but I said it many times, if a Chopper styled bike had a softer ride- I'd buy it in an instant. So my question is, the Fury.... is it a comfortable ride or not even close?

Thanks Fury Owners in Advance for your Feedback, this is a concern because my Low Back is sometimes a Pain I deal with on occasion.
 

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I am extremely pumped about this new bike that Honda has devilishly snuck into the mix. This summer I had the privilege of riding Azzkicker "Big Bear Choppers" and quite a few of the '09 Harley Davidsons - the ride on the choppers was "choppy" at best which is why I ended up driving a variety of Harleys but I said it many times, if a Chopper styled bike had a softer ride- I'd buy it in an instant. So my question is, the Fury.... is it a comfortable ride or not even close?

Thanks Fury Owners in Advance for your Feedback, this is a concern because my Low Back is sometimes a Pain I deal with on occasion.
the ride is soft and extremely smooth. i dunno about your back but your @ass is gonna hurt cuz it's extremely hard to stop riding this thing :D i bought mine april 1 2009 and already have over 5k miles on it. (i've put 8k on my sportbike since then as well)
 

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ther arent enough o oooooos in smoooooooooooooooooooth to tell you how smooth this ride is.i think i have rode about everything out there and this is it.good luck
 

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It handles extremely well and I have no complaints about comfort. It is my first bike, but fits me great. I'd fight you if you tried to take mine!
 

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The only thing that was not mentioned was the adjustable shock. This makes the ride softer or harder depending on what you want or need.
 

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Thanks Fury Owners in Advance for your Feedback, this is a concern because my Low Back is sometimes a Pain I deal with on occasion.
I'm an expert on bad backs...surgery L5/S1...and I can say this bike feels great. No problems.
 

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As delivered the ride was harsh and killing my back from all the road shock. After one day of that, I adjusted the rear shock pre-load to full soft and turned the damping down. It's a comfortable all-day ride since then.
So I guess the answer is: The ride is harsh or smooth. It's up to you how you want it.
 

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Rides Great

:DAlley and I went to pick up her new Fury, yesterday. I got to ride it home to "break it in" since I have done all of her bikes this way. Drove it at 9/10ths
all the way home on twisty back roads and was surprised that it handled and rode smoother than my VTX1800!:) She rode it when we got home and said it is smoother and handles better than her previous VTX1300. Extremely pleased and surprised.
 
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