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Old 09-27-2003, 08:51 AM
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I finally got to sit on a Multistrada and found the hight to be acceptiable because it is very narrow and allowed me to touch the ground with the tips of my toes. With a little a change in the seat I could be very comfortable on this maching. The only drawback in my eyes is the under seat exaust system. This raises the rear of the bike to an unacceptiable hight. No way can I swing my leg over the back of this unloaded bike. It must be a good 38 to 40 inches off of the ground. Hell I only have a 29 inseam and swinging my leg over that at my age is unacceptiable. My quest for a multipurpose motorcycle is still on and I have not ruled out the multistarada, Yet.
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Old 09-29-2003, 06:32 AM
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i like Suzuki DR650s. you like them?
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Old 10-07-2003, 05:18 AM
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Ha WooHoo

The one I was looking at was the Kawasaki 650 multi purpose and yes I did look at the Suziki DR650 and the price is right same for the Kawasaki. Still I want a little more torque output and turing speeds like the big inch models are providing. The MultiStrada and BMW has Lots of torque and still good rough road ridding.

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