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Offline versal

  • MTS 950 Junior
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  • Bike: MTS950
  • Town / City: Aix en Provence
  • Country: fr
Hello from south of France
« on: May 19, 2017, 05:04:13 AM »
hi everybody,
my name is Claude and I live in south of france, close to Aix en Provence.
I'm an happy owner of white mts950 since middle of january. i've bought it with urban and touring packs + additionals leds and alarm.
since 4 months i've ride it 5000 km in solo or duo. this bike seem to me fantastic for touring and commuting, not really for sport.
i've just some difficulties to adjust perfectly fork and rear susension to find best compromise betwen comfort / road feeling.
I'm sure that you can help me to find it and share our opinions on lot of other topics around this wonderfull bike.
like you could see, I've few difficulties with english language. please, sorry for that...
See U
White MTS950: urban & touring packs / additionals leds / alarm

Offline thenozzle

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  • Country: gb
Re: Hello from south of France
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2017, 07:35:50 AM »
Hi and welcome Verbal,
Glad you are enjoying your steed  :400:

Offline Murf46

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Re: Hello from south of France
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2017, 08:08:10 AM »
Welcome to the forum  :305:
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Offline Darsey

  • MTS 950 Pro
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Re: Hello from south of France
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2017, 08:35:06 AM »
Hi Versal, what a wonderful part of the world you live in. The mts will certainly be very capable of munching up the miles around the south of France. I was over there in September 2015 and really enjoyed the trip. I have turned the preload and compression three clicks on the front forks. I have also turned the bottom srew and top screw on the rear suspencion to about half way and find it to be a great job. You can then adjust the preload knob on the side to tighten or soften the bike to your required needs.
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