We don't get to split lanes here except in California. We use helicopters here for traffic news mostly due to the large spaces we occupy.Not a bad job at all, it's the only motorcycle that can stand up to the rigours of the job, 70 mls a day is a test for any bike!! most people laugh at the idea of a goldwing as a city commuting bike, but I filter through several lanes of motorway each day and there's nothing like a goldwing to make cars move over like water parting. I would be a great advert for Honda in showing people how practical a goldwing can be for a daily commute. I wonder are there any other radio stations using a golding for trwffic reporting
OK, i'm going to ask the question no one did ask.why do you need to know the difference in length?????:baffled:Hi All,
My name is Johnny and I drive a 1800 for a radio staion and broadcast traffic news on a 70 mile circuit daily.
My question is this how much bigger is the 1800 compared to the 1500 ie: overall length