For Those With Overheating Concerns
So, I’m an MSF RiderCoach. For those outside the US, that means I teach the motorcycle licensing class here in the US (well, before I moved to California anyway).
As a general rule, the bikes used in the class are owned by the program, students generally don’t bring their own (except for more advanced classes). Anyone who’s taken the class knows the life the class bikes live is a very brutal one. On top of being crashed... a lot, these bike sit idling literally for hours over a weekend, and they generally never get over 20-25 mph.
Well I recently met another RiderCoach who told me they’re using some 390s in their program, and while the fans do run a lot, they’ve never had any overheat. In fact, they’re planning on adding a couple more to their fleet this year because the other instructors like them so much.
The bikes they’re using are either 2017s or 2018s, I’m not sure.
Anyway, for those concerned about sitting in a little traffic, that should put your mind at ease. It certainly put mine at ease.
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2018 Orange 390 DUKE
Last edited by 2WheelsGood; 12-03-2018 at 01:56 PM.