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    VStrom Folder

    Any other VStrom owners out there on UKGSER?

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    There may be after the face-lift V-strom hits the street in a year or so....

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    Im an ex 650 owner - great bike indeed
    I've gone orange 1290 SA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orinoco View Post
    Any other VStrom owners out there on UKGSER?
    Yes

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    On of of the revised 650s, cracking bike
    If you must have one....have a big red one.

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    Excellent, I've had one for the last 2 years following on from 18 years of BMW's. Felt almost guilty at first not riding a BM, but it is a great bike, been really happy with it... does that count as coming out

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    I meant to say I have one of the revised 650s
    If you must have one....have a big red one.

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    The 2014 vstrom 1000 looks a stunna...
    Coming Soon: "Sands of Time" .... A Dali based homage to a Sand Racing Evo....

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    Yep KLV1000 here and going well.
    Whoooosh!!!!!! `What was that?` That was your life passing by. `Can I have another go as I havent done anything yet?`........ Sorry, only one go for everyone.

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    K7 650 Wee on 09 plate. It's a brilliant bike and if I had to have one bike only, this would be it.

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    I had one until I chopped It for a GS, could not fault it except If you ride 2 up loaded, I would rate the V Strom 650 only 15 percent inferior to the GS but 1/2 the price and never less than 60 MPG

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    Back a month ago from going down to Split and back, and two up did nicely. 60mpg crusing at a GPS 75mph is fine by me, and my wife thinks the pillionseat / pegs is better than the GS's we've had in the past. It's not perfect, but at around half the price of a simialr spec'd GS, it's getting my vote of thanks.

    A promotion video is here:



    Not exactly sure how much throttle the other bikes are giving it though!

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    Yes, one of the new 650s. Does everything I want and need.

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    What chance of having a section/folder set up for V-Stroms... any mods tuned in here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orinoco View Post
    What chance of having a section/folder set up for V-Stroms... any mods tuned in here?
    Thing is ..... there are excellent Vstrom specific boards already.

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    True, I'm there on vstrom.co.uk and VSRI, so maybe no need, just a thought.

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