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On a side note; how is it? I rode the rivale and loved it and the additional bags are pretty appealing. How would you compare it to the rivale (assuming youve ridden one)?
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Stradale can fit in with the Rivale section, what do you think Hans, can we fit 6 beers into one of those panniers, with some sausage cheese and bread in the other one. ?

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Stradale can fit in with the Rivale section, what do you think Hans, can we fit 6 beers into one of those panniers, with some sausage cheese and bread in the other one. ?
the beer messes up the weight distribution as does a pillion

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Stradale can fit in with the Rivale section, what do you think Hans, can we fit 6 beers into one of those panniers, with some sausage cheese and bread in the other one. ?
i rode both back to back, but with front driver in apck, so I had not really the chance to compare other than seat position. i liked the feel of the stradale seat better, bit af a humb to sit against when accelerating.
I hated both front setup, way too soft.

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Stradale can fit in with the Rivale section...
Yes, totally. The Stradale is a Rivale with a few different parts. Pretty much like the Dragster is a Brutale with a few different parts.

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Yes, totally. The Stradale is a Rivale with a few different parts. Pretty much like the Dragster is a Brutale with a few different parts.
rivale has cable clutch, stradale like tourisme veloce a hydrolic operated one

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rivale has cable clutch, stradale like tourisme veloce a hydrolic operated one
How does it feel Hans, any different to the cable systems ?

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