I understand CAN-AMs are pretty easy to steer. Only two I have encountered on the road, I passed on my 1994 Ural. Think I was more surprised than them.
I'll be 70 in December. Over the last decade I have damaged both rotator cuffs. Each one healed well enough for light use in a few months. A well set up Ural steers pretty well, but I have noticed my shoulders getting more tired than they used to, but not enough to quit. My 2002 Tourist with leading link fork & road tires seems the easiest combination I've owned to steer. Wish the Ural counted as a therapy machine.
HERE IS WHAT I DON'T LIKE ABOUT TRIKES: Most are "built up" with add on rear wheel assemblies (even seen some training wheel rigs) Mostly they are some hideous chopper or fiberglass bagger nightmare, both esthetically unappealing (to Me). Ever wonder why they are going so slow through the curves? Not just because GEZEERS are driving - the distance between the center wheel & outside wheels is so slight, that it is pretty clear to the pilot that they will TIP or loose control if they go any faster. A sidecar outfit has a much wider stance & is actually more stable in corners. I've enjoyed power drifting (within limits) through corners on my Russian rigs. Can't do that on a trike. Some years ago I tried out a Harley Servicycle trike on a crowned country lane, very bad headshake, & hard to keep out of a ditch unless I rode dead center on the crown of the road - It wasn't fun. I don't think the German army would have chosen Trikes to over-run the civilized world.
Good Luck, & have Fun searching.
Current Motorcycles: 02 Ural Tourist, 2010 modified Royal Enfield G5 Deluxe.
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