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I have adopted a new riding position that I really like for in-town riding. I am now kind of getting my tailbone on the ridge between the driver and passenger seat (not on top of it, but pressed against it), which makes me lean a little bit forward. It feels more aggressive, and I like that in town. For highway or general cruising I think I would use the normal seating position in the middle of the seat.

Just curious what everyone else does.

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Andy
 

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I scoot around for comfort. Sometimes I'm closer to sitting upright, other times I sit closer to the ridge between rider and passenger seats. I've got back and tailbone issues so the extra wiggle room gives me added comfort and ride time.
 

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I'm with Sass. I move around on long trips. Coming from a sport bike background, I tried putting my feet back on the passenger floor boards until I realized that the brake pedal is pretty far away when I do that.
 
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