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    KLR650 2014

    Planning a trip over the next couple of years and fancy using a KLR650

    Really nice looking bike, and get an excellent review as a RTW bike

    Kwak dealer in the US won't sell them for export !

    Anyone know if you can get them through Kawasaki UK or USA ??, or have an experience of bring one over

    Cheers

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    Bridgemoto in Reading are selling a 2014 one, for £5995
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Bridgemoto in Reading are selling a 2014 one, for £5995
    Thanks JB...But looking, ideally, for the new model

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    If you actually contact BridgeMoto they can probably import the bike you want.

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    Any luck sourcing the revised KLR650? I quite fancy one myself.

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    Me too, have joined the klrforum.com to get some background info ...

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    There is a guy importing them and sells them on or through ebay, he takes care of all the paper work before selling them.
    Sorry can't remember full details but a mate bought one from him a few years ago without issue and is still riding it.
    As for the bike itself, I recently rode my brother in laws KLR from Seattle to Prudhoe Bay, It was great on the dirt roads but no fun on the tarmac.
    Wouldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding.

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    what do you think about 60mph pottering about though ... good enough?

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    Just bought a 1999 KLR650 with the staggering high mileage of 3,950 on her. Gave her a big service and she purrs like a good un .
    My second KLR650 ( bought this current one as my BMW Rockster was stolen a few weeks back so cheered myself up ). Not on the road yet as unsure re whether Rockster will get repaired and returned etc.
    Paid a little over the odds but doubt if there's a better one of this year in the country. Even has the tool kit still in the holder !!!
    New tyres etc etc and a private plate !!
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    Anyone in Blighty who may need a replacement ( hornier !! ) s/s road legal silencer, please try Delkevic..they tried a few on mine and we ended up ( bottom of pic ) with this version.
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    I've got one just like that!
    It used to have a Supertrapp and when I had to change it to a EU one it choked it to death!

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    Wow, i like that,what a really nice bike

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    Indeed she is Florence....had a nice relaxing bimble on her today
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    I love bimbling so much I think I'm going to buy an Enfield and worse still put a sidecar on it

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    Enfield

    Another bike i should of kept...
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    Everyone dies but not everyone really lives....

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    KLR 650

    I've got one with 6600 on it, racks fairing, comfortable all day long, just cant do it at pace. Great on trails, had it about 10 years--love it


    Bill

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