been prepared to assist you in making
Any passenger should be
oughly familiar with motorcycle op-
eration. The passenger can affect
of the motorcycle by im-
proper positioning during cornering
and sudden movements.
portant that the passenger sit still
while the motorcycle is in motion
and not interfere with the operation
of the motorcycle. Do not carry ani-
mals on your motorcycle.
2. You should instruct any passenger
before riding to keep his feet on the
passenger footpegs and hold on to
the operator or seat strap. Do not
carry a passenger unless he or she
is tall enough to reach the footpegs
and footpegs are provided.
3. All baggage should be carried as
low as possible to reduce the effect
on the motorcycle center of gravity.
LOADING AND ACCESSORIES INFORMATION
Baggage weight should also be dis-
tributed equally on both sides of the
gage that extends beyond the rear
of the motorcycle.
Baggage should be securely at-
tached. Make sure that the bag-
It is im-
gage will not move around while
you are riding.
security as often as possible (not
while the motorcycle is in motion)
and adjust as necessary.
5. Do not carry heavy or bulky items
on a luggage rack. They are de-
signed for light items, and overload-
changes in weight distribution and
6. Do not install accessories or carry
baggage that impairs the perform-
ance of the motorcycle. Make sure
that you have not adversely af-
fected any lighting components,
Avoid carrying bag-
can affect handling due to