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Old 12-21-2020, 11:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
hayden55
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Location: Arkansas
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Poverty Spec ADV Bike

I've always wanted an adv bike similar to a BMW/KTM But I don't wanna pay to keep one on the road or even invest in the msrp of one. So I am now the lucky owner of a 2007 Kawasaki KLR 650. She has 3010 miles on her, is in decent shape, and I got her for $2000 bucks.
I know the bike was strapped down wrong in the pic so don't worry I made it home safe and looked up how to do it correctly if I need in the future. lol

1. Mods
Does anybody know of any good front end streamlining kits?
I'm thinking for the most part this 20" tinted one looks like the best option right now.
https://procycle.us/sites/default/fi...1-2%5B1%5D.jpg
https://procycle.us/sites/default/fi...1-1%5B1%5D.jpg
2. I will probably throw in all of my backpacking gear I have which fits in a single backpack, maybe a hard case from harbor freight, an amazon waterproof usb plug in, and a isolated ram mount for GPS/Phone etc...

Anybody in the NWA area(Arkansas)?
Looking to forward to doing a lot of motorcycle camping as my knees at the age of 24 can't really do any hiking anymore.

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