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  • Q. Is Bajaj Avenger Street 160 good for back pain?

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    Indra
    Indra | 1 year ago

    @ Indra | Definitely no if you have lower back pain. Reasons:1. The riding posture is not suitable for bad roads. Each and every bump will send shocks to your lower back as you have only your back to support the entire weight of the body. In other taller bikes, you can slightly get up using foot peg and avoid hurting your spine when you cross a bump or a pothole.2. It has less rear suspension travel, smaller rear wheel that will still worse the situation. Please have a long test ride in your frequently travelling route and then decide.

    Definitely no if you have lower back pain. Reasons:1. The riding posture is not suitable for bad roads. Each and every bump will send shocks to your lower back as you have only your back to support the entire weight of the body. In other taller bikes, you can slightly get up using foot peg and avoid hurting your spine when you cross a bump or a pothole.2. It has less rear suspension travel, smaller rear wheel that will still worse the situation. Please have a long test ride in your frequently travelling route and then decide.

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    Prashanth
    Prashanth | 1 week ago

    Go for 220, or get a raised handlebar for 160 if you have back pain. Regular handlebar in 160 is low and you need to bend down

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Bajaj Avenger 160 User Reviews

  • 2.6

    Luxurious and styling with very comfortable, but spares not available sufficient it's very pleasure to riding on a long drive also

  • 3.8

    Vehicle is good and performance is also good but improve mileage ............and vehicle is comfortable.

  • 5.0

    Look and comfort are major plus points. mileage in city is 46+. Best for long rides like 450+km in 8 to 9 hours. No tiredness after long rides. No body pain after long rides.

  • 4.6

    Paisa vasool comfort and mileage 52-55 comfortable in long drives great torqe in its segment. Cons- no kick Ignition and handle lock at two different placePillion seat is narrow but modified with local seat makers thats not big problem

  • 4.2

    Good & comfortable to ride on long ways, very comfortable for second seater & it's my dream to ride a cruise bike

  • 4.2

    Performance mileage comfort everything is okay. The new 160 with bs6 engine has 11 Liter of tank capacity and that too can't be filled up to its full capacity else you will see fuel spills out of your bike through an outlet pipe beneath the engine. Good luck 👍

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