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  1. I wouldn't recommend a Sport for you as you are already experiencing back pain. Cruiser: Harley Davidson Street 750 - A very decent entry lever cruiser from HD and has enough power. But you'd have to worry about the service costs of the bike. Tourer: Ninja 650 or ER6N - Both of these siblings have upright posture, which is very comfortable. Triumph Speed Triple - Test rode it when I was in Mumbai, and I was blown away with it's exhaust note. Pretty powerful bike. And triumph customizes the bike according to your comfort. And as Reddy suggested, you can test ride the Himalayan and see if you are comfortable with it. A total VFM bike and I'm sure you won't be disappointed with it. Be very careful before you choose the right bike, opinions may vary with people. Mainly it depends on where your comfort zone lies. Cheers. Ride Safe. Anand.
  2. Probably till ten years ago who would have thought Bajaj would start being a craze amongst motorcyclists. The Bajaj 200 NS had changed the way people look at the motorcycle design. Was very different and at the same time practical. Same with the Dominar. Cannot compare it with sportbikes, as it is a tourer-friendly bike, with lots and lots of power underneath. Bajaj has its own league now.
  3. The finished product looks pretty decent. I agree that Yamaha does concentrate on looks and quality rather than on power. But I'm not sure if people will be happy about its 20 bhp output.
  4. aanands

    Hello all

    I'm a guy from Mumbai who loves bikes a lot. Currently living in Yangon, Myanmar. The one thing missing out here is bikes. Sadly bikes are banned in Yangon city. But Yangon makes up for it with great cars. Looking forward to great interaction with the seniors in the forum and hope to learn a few things too. Cheers