It would depend on the suspension and how much he's packing. As long as you don't bottom out, it is not too bad. I had my 1150 GS running about 65 mph down Pandale Road out North of Pecos and we were launching off these erosion berms that crossed the road. I had Ohlins on it and even though the bike was loaded for adventure, the landings were silky smooth. It was great... until a deer ran out in front of me and I smacked its head with my left jug! I was fine. It died. Ironically, that ride was AFTER I had blown the rear shock seal earlier in the day on a harsh dip on the Willow City Loop road at about 50 mph. It squealed like a pig when it happened. I just thought the sound was me squealing after I squeezed the tank a bit hard with my legs to keep from going over the bars... By the time I got back home a few days later, the bike was bouncing like an old Caddy with blown suspension!No way is that good for that beast long term, even if he does land it!
"it was one of our group's bike @bobbydogirish . He is safe but the ultra tricked out GS is done and he already has what's left back home."Woodsguy that picture looks like the after shot of the previous post of yours. Is it the same bike?
Thanks for posting Mitch. It was fun.