2009 BMW G650 X Country

by Dianne
(Upstate NY)

Adventure Riding in Vermont

Adventure Riding in Vermont

This is my second motorcycle. I began riding in 2007 after taking the MSF course. My first bike was a Kawasaki Ninja 250. It was a great "starter bike" and I was a little nervous to move up to a bigger bike. But I have to say this motorcycle is amazing. I absolutely love it. It is a dual sport bike so I can enjoy riding paved as well as dirt roads. I have had it since August and have already put 1000 miles on it. It is very comfortable and I like the more upright riding position. One of the minor drawbacks is that it has a fairly small gas tank, only holding about 2 gallons of gas. Not so bad since after about 2 hrs of riding I am ready for a stop anyhow. It does get around 60 miles/gallon.

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Oct 23, 2009
Cool Bike
by: Anonymous

My husband rides the same thing and loves it too. Just wondering if you had it lowered? I have a 29 inch inseam and can't even throw a leg over his bike. The yellow looks sharp. I'd love to have a dualie in my quiver of bikes someday. I bet its a blast to ride in the beautiful fall season upstate NY offers every year.

Cheers and safe riding!

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