We just rode for roughly 120 miles around utah on the alpine loop today, and I haven't had any issue with uber vibrating grips... I mean, yeah all motorcycles have some vibration, but nothing absolutely major. I'm the only one with a Versys in my riding "group" everyone else has hondas (honda shadow 1100) and harleys (harley streetbob), and those bikes have way more handle vibration than the Versys. But then again, that's just my opinion and others may differ.
I was pretty much just trying to prove a point on the fact that all bikes vibrate, and the only way to get ride of the vibrations is to remove the vibrating portion of the bike... AKA the whole motor.Are you serious comparing any motorcycle to a HD as far as vibration goes.
I'm pretty sure every Kawasaki, BMW, Harley, Honda, Suzuki, Triumph, etc owner would say something similar about their bike(s). Otherwise everyone would be trading their bikes in for something they absolutely love. And I'm betting almost everyone in this forum feels that way about their Versys due to the fact that it is a seriously badass bike...At least with a BMW you get durability, reliability, and current technology with inovation that is proven.
Only 8?All those bikes vibrate bad at any rpm. You are paying for a name chrome and 8 coats of polished paint and nothing else except image.