I saw the original Easy Rider last year at a screening with Peter Fonda where he answered questions afterward. I did not see Easy Rider 2, but from your comments, I can see how it tried to fit itself in with the original. I don't know how recent you've seen the original, but it too is FULL of real time shots of motorcycle riding. Fonda himself said they had to shoot those scenes very slow because the camera couldn't be on something going too fast or it ended up too shaky. I bet the ratio of motorcycle riding to actual scenes is similar to the sequel.
Weird that you mention the n-word because Fonda said it loud and proud several times in the Q&A. He said it in a way that he didn't know what that word meant when he was a kid because he lived a super cool Hollywood lifestyle.
Also, you need to watch the original again. It is also full of senseless violence. And the characterization of people in small town America is just stupid. No one just gets killed for eating at a diner as a "long hair." And no way Nicholson could be in the sequel because he dies in the original too.
The original is long, boring, and pointless and obviously shot from Fonda's weird prospective that everyone in Hollywood was super in the know and liberal, and if you stepped out of that bubble, people are psychopathic murderers. Ugh, sorry. I just hate Easy Rider and think that it should hold meaning for only people who were alive when it came out as some sort of nostalgia piece.