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    Kawasaki Versys

    Super excited, just put down a deposit for a loaded 2008 Versys! Already planning on taking it to CO next summer and hopefully Alaska in 2015!

    No worries, keeping the TW too!

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    You know the rules. This goes in "off topic and other bikes". But congrats... I'd have gone with a strom.
    '13 690 Enduro R too many frickin farkles...
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    Excellent choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmStateCrawler View Post
    You know the rules. This goes in "off topic and other bikes". But congrats... I'd have gone with a strom.
    I could have sworn I put it there, no?

    I considered the v-storm 650 but landed on the Versys in the end. I like the looks and the sportiness and the fact that it's still a great touring bike.

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    So I went and picked up the bike this weekend. It was an odd feeling running 80 down the interstate and still being able to accelerate up the hills! I'm definitely liking it so far, fixing to go for a ride during my lunch hour!



    And here it is with its baby brother!


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    Great looking bike!

    That seat sure looks comfortable.

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    Nice combo. I really am liking my new Vstrom and the TW is a nice compliment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    Great looking bike!

    That seat sure looks comfortable.
    It's VERY comfortable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephenmarklay View Post
    Nice combo. I really am liking my new Vstrom and the TW is a nice compliment.
    It's a great combo. It's definitely odd going back and forth though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmus4357 View Post
    It's a great combo. It's definitely odd going back and forth though.
    Congrats!! I know odd, sometimes I'm switching between a ZRX1200 and a TW200 in the same day. Both make me smile and that's what matters- have fun!
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