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Don't let anybody ride your Fury unless they are experienced with multiple bikes (or another Fury)... just an FYI as I have talked to Honda guys about this and they say that more than 70-80% of the claims they get in their shop are from people that loan or allow others to ride their bikes...OK i was able to not let my friends ride my bike, but got a bit of ridicule. Reason to not let them is its my bike, its 2 wheels not 4, none of them even have endorsements, its financed and insurance wont cover anything they may have happen since they arnt even licensed.
their argument is Well you have riden our 4 wheelers and they dont even have insurance.
I have used their 4 wheelers but just to cruise around rather than beating up on it, off road even though (no risk of an idiotic driver) it is a very rural area out here so low chance of idiotic drivers, and i could afford to fix their 4 wheelers if something would break (like the shifter on my buddies rubicon when i only road it once and it more than likely wasnt because of me i replaced about 4 days after because it was a holiday weekend)
I know the Fury doesn't have THAT much pick up and go from the get go, but you get the wrong person on it with that bent wrist syndrome and it's over (the fury has more get up and go than you think if you treat her wrong!).... Again, just a fair warning to some people on here thinking of letting somebody use their bikes...