It would be better for both the bike and you to find a non-interstate route. The bike will break-in better and you will be a better rider by using lesser roads and learning more varied conditions . Just my opinion James :mexican wave:
Dude! I've driven those I's down there. If you can avoid them, please do. You gonna have a brand new unit tached out right off or get run over trying to keep the rpm down.
I'm surprised that your nearest Kawasaki Dealer is 2 1/2 hours from your home. You did say PA, with how many cities over 50,000 people?It's a mutual appreciation.
It wasn't my nearest, it was my cheapest. Local Harrisburg dealer quoted me like $8000 out the door. I got mine in WV. After I took care of my taxes and tags, I came in just under $6k. They didn't charge bs dealer fees (delivery, prep, or other crap.). My buddy and I hopped in my avalanche and made a day trip out of it.I'm surprised that your nearest Kawasaki Dealer is 2 1/2 hours from your home. You did say PA, with how many cities over 50,000 people?
The entire state of WY has about 585,000 people in 23 counties, only 2 cities over 50,000 people and at least 10 Kawasaki dealerships that I can count off the top of my head.
The state used to have 47 powersports dealerships in total. This number went down after 2008.