Wow!I am 5'10" and have about a 30" inseam. I have a mostly stock Bonnie. The peg height is about right and I can put both feet flat on the ground sitting on the seat probably because at about 280lbs the springs are depressed.
The problem I have is getting it up on the center stand. I have bad shoulders which prevent me from pulling it back quickly as I would like. When it starts coming up my feet start coming off the ground and the stand starts sliding back. I have tried standing beside the bike but because of my shoulders I can't hold it up, pull it back, and keep the stand from sliding all at the same time. That is where the 14 year old son earns his keep. I hold it up and hold the stand in place while he pulls. If anyone has a secret that I don't know I would be glad to hear it. I know it shouldn't be this hard to do.
Man that would cause a bad contusion to the ego. I saw a guy drop his Goldwing in the middle of an intersection one time and had to have help getting it back on its wheels. I have had the left shoulder fixed but I am waiting for the right one to fall off first. I am paying for the sins of my youth back when I was able to pick up things that I had no business picking up. Now I sit at a desk all day and forget that my old muscles are not used to hard work anymore and end up hurting something.a work mate of mine dropped his HD in the parking lot of a local "tavern" and couldn't pick it up when a young lady come out weighing 125 lbs picked it up for him...