I had a few questions asking what it was like to ride a side car. Well, it's nothing like riding a motorcycle. Unfortunately you don't have that same thrill, leaning into tight curves feeling one with the bike. Instead, it kinda felt more like riding one of those merry-go-round rides at the fair 😂 instead of enjoying turns, they now became dreaded, as the counter steering- which felt more like driving my non power steering VW westy, was extremely difficult and was physically challenging. My specific set up has a bit of an alignment issue as well, so if I take my hands off for one second, I'd be in the ditch ! So even riding in a straight line was very hard, I had to use all of my strength in my shoulders just to keep it in line. I tell yea, after that last day where I rode 550 km in one day, in the rain, my shoulders were burning ! But they looked great 😂 The plus side to having a sidecar rig is, your lower back and hip flexors don't get sore because you're not using them to keep balance. There's no way you can drop the bike (in my case that's a huge bonus😂) Winston is super happy on his little thrown, you can pack a bit more, when stopped at construction areas you can put your feet up and relax, it is fun to drive (if the alignment is fixed) and it looks freaking cool ! This summer I did a quick 6 day loop up to the Canadian Rockies which was Awesome ! Next summer I would like to take it all the way to Alaska (once the alignment is fixed) And then I plan to sell it before leaving on my big tour on something different.