His balls hurt.
"Guys," he wrote, "Got My Classic 500 in December 2012 and did my first major trip (Bangalore to Goa, 650 kilometers one way) to the India bike week in February.
"Balls started to hurt after doing about 450 kilometers. Hasn't happened before on my Yahama RX-135 five-speed and have done five longish trips (between 400 and 500 kilometers one way each time) on it.
"Wondering if it has something to do with the seat/seating position/handle bar position etc. of the Classic 500? Any input on solutions (replacing seats/modifying handlebar etc.) from guys that have faced this before is highly appreciated.
I admire Sandeep's self-assurance in raising the question but don't have any suggestions for him. This is one aspect of Royal Enfield riding I've never personally experienced.
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"Please review your installation before placing your order..."
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Perhaps this is the best advice of all for Sandeep's personal equipment: "Please review your installation."