Street Bike on long route

Dears,

I have a street bike Suzuki 110 Sprinter. I want to ask, does anyone knows how long distance can we continuously travel by such street bike? For example, from my home to Gujranwala city, the distance is almost 96Km. So can I travel (@speed 80-90Km/h) continuously from home to destination without staying?

Sure you can if you have stamina to sit erect on motorbike for hours. Engine can run for such a long distance at high RPM if it is not 'Sasta Chinese'.

sit erect? :lol:

Damn Bloggy...

@ signode

Yes you can with properly tuned bike, sufficient fuel, proper protective gear (for yourself). But it will get tiresome for you after 30 minutes or so as I wouldn't recommend doing 80/90 KM/hr... 50/60 KM/hr should be safe but it will take like ~2hrs to reach your destination in this still bit cold weather.

^ I didn't even notice that until you mentioned. :lol:

@blogger Why would he be erect on a bike? Unless he's behind a van full of hot chicks or something. :P

@signode Yes you can. It'll be a tiresome ride, but if you don't have any other option, then it'll work.

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Dears,

I have a street bike Suzuki 110 Sprinter. I want to ask, does anyone knows how long distance can we continuously travel by such street bike? For example, from my home to Gujranwala city, the distance is almost 96Km. So can I travel (@speed 80-90Km/h) continuously from home to destination without staying?

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Live Fast Drive slow just had to say that

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^ I didn’t even notice that until you mentioned. :lol:

@blogger Why would he be erect on a bike? Unless he’s behind a van full of hot chicks or something. :P

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Did I say something wrong? Ordinary bikes have such a design that one is almost in an erect posture while riding a motorbike. It’s heavy duty bike on which a person sits in a manner that his backbone is bent toward forward.

^ No you didn't i guess. Faisal & i just read it a different way. :D

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Did I say something wrong? Ordinary bikes have such a design that one is almost in an erect posture while riding a motorbike. It’s heavy duty bike on which a person sits in a manner that his backbone is bent toward forward.

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erect posture?

:lol: :lol:

Yeah, I know. B)

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@ signode

Yes you can with properly tuned bike, sufficient fuel, proper protective gear (for yourself). But it will get tiresome for you after 30 minutes or so as I wouldn’t recommend doing 80/90 KM/hr… 50/60 KM/hr should be safe but it will take like ~2hrs to reach your destination in this still bit cold weather.

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i second this

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^ No you didn’t i guess. Faisal & i just read it a different way. :D

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You guys are very deep into porn I wish i could steal away your HDDs :P

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You guys are very deep into porn I wish i could steal away your HDDs :P

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let me copy the HDD too

Dears,

I did that, went from Lahore to Gujranwala on bike. 96KM in 95minutes (one side) without staying anywhere.

I go home from lahore to gujranwala all the time on my 125 with helmet on... at around 110 km/h ;)

way better than public transport...

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I go home from lahore to gujranwala all the time on my 125 with helmet on… at around 110 km/h ;)

way better than public transport…

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ditto

and guys an hour and a half on bike doesn't really hurt that bad , in big cities like lahore , people ride motorbikes like 2 hours daily.. its no biggie...