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2009 Suzuki  V-Strom DL650

If you’re looking for adventure, here’s the machine to help you find it – the V-Strom 650. It combines the versatile performance of the V-Strom 1000 with exciting middleweight agility.
It has a very spacious riding position; the V-Strom 650 is designed for smooth, comfortable performance on the highway. In addition, it has an extra-large fuel tank for extended range. It’s equally at home around town, thanks to its low seat height, light weight, and overall crisp handling. The heartbeat if the bike us the V-Strom’s V-twin engine which adds excitement to every ride, offering a wide power band and strong acceleration in every gear.
What really sets the V-Strom apart from other street bikes, of course, is its unmatched versatility. Its lightweight, agile handling inspires confidence, while its smooth suspension front and rear perform exceptionally well in almost any situation. This bike has a few additions that were installed including a Gear indicator on the dash, custom highway pegs for convenience when on long rides. Also, an extra set of auxiliary lights added for more visibility when riding at night, a belly pan was added when off-road everything will be more protected from rocks or debris. This beautiful bike has extra crash Read more
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Spectacular 2001 Yamaha R1

Over the last decade there have been few bikes that really raised the bar and should be considered landmark machines. The 1998 Yamaha YZF-R1 was truly one of those bikes. The lineage continues today, but it all began with the first generation model that debuted in 1998 and ran until 2001. It was lightweight, powerful and a giant step ahead of its closest competitor. With a power plant making 150 horsepower and weighing in at 419 pounds dry (448 pounds wet), it was the most powerful and lightest bike in the class. It was also the smallest; in fact, the diminutive setup was smaller than most 600s at the time. Yamaha claimed the wheelbase was an ultra short 54.9 inches, and even though the actual length was more like 55.5 inches, it was still much smaller than its competition.
This 2001 R1 has normal wear and tear with a couple scratches on the upper and lower fairings and a rip in the seat, which all can be seen in the pictures.

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