For 30+ years the Kawasaki KLR650 has been an affordable and accessible motorcycle for many starting riders and those looking for some off-road adventure. That was my first “street licensed” motorcycle and I have had 2 of them. a 2000 year model and I forgot the other one, but it was older.
Sadly, 2018 is rumored to be the last model year they produce.
Friday night Nicky Hayden became one of the latest AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Inductees.
The award, accepted by his oldest brother Tommy, said: “It is hard to imagine that there is anyone who loved motorcycle racing more than Nicky. He ate, slept and breathed motorcycles 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So many of his idols and heroes that he looked up to as a kid are members of the AMA Hall of Fame. So, to be joining them tonight in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, I know would be one of his proudest accomplishments.”
What’s the Best Motorcycle to Ride Around the World?
Occasionally an article will pass thru my Inbox that catches my attention. This one from ADV Rider (ride the world) by a rider named Paolo. I don’t normally follow that site, but glad this article made it my way.
Will take you 2-3 minutes to read it and well worth the time.
I liked his conclusion… “Just ride whatever you like, whatever you have already, or whatever you can afford. And just go.” Here’s the Linky