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Greetings from Canada! I have purchased a used 2000 Gen 1 KLR 650 with only 12k miles and in decent condition. I cannot wait to start going on adventures with this bike. I have ridden cruisers, sports, you name it. But nothing beats the feeling when I am on this thing. I cant point a finger at it, its just more fun on a KLR!:grin2:

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Greetings from Canada! I have purchased a used 2000 Gen 1 KLR 650 with only 12k miles and in decent condition. I cannot wait to start going on adventures with this bike. I have ridden cruisers, sports, you name it. But nothing beats the feeling when I am on this thing. I cant point a finger at it, its just more fun on a KLR!:grin2:

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Hello and welcome fellow Canadian! :)

Yup, the KLR's feel different than any other type of bike out there. Easy to work on and cheap to maintain, an unbeatable combination!
 

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Welcome to you 00Gen1!

Maybe it has something to do with the power to weight ratio? Over-weight and Under-powered!
We try to ride it like a hooligan, feels like we are flogging the bejesus out of it, and we still rarely raise an eyebrow from johnny-law!

More fun to ride a slow bike fast, than a fast bike slow! And it will go "just about anywhere"! Sometimes slowly. ;)
 
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.................. But nothing beats the feeling when I am on this thing. I cant point a finger at it, its just more fun on a KLR..........................
That's just it. Almost any place you can point your finger at, you can ride to on your KLR.

Google Trans-Canada Adventure Trail (TCAT). Point your finger at that and go ride it.
 
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