That is awesome that you are still out riding considering you have injuries.
I saw these up at our main bike show in the UK last year, I thought they would be hugely expensive, but actually pretty reasonable costs. How do you find it to ride?
There's a bit of a small learning curve with it. But once you get it they are awesome machines. I'm very comfortable riding it now. They're also pretty quick for what they are, so you don't really lose any sense of speed while driving one.
I bought this one used, so it was a bit less than a new one.
I have not had a chance to ride a Ryker yet. If there's one at my dealer next time I'm there I'll take one for a test drive. They don't have power steering like the Spyders do, so it's something I'd have to test out to see if my shoulder will hold up on a longer ride.
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