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Some changes to the EFI, frame, and suspension. No ABS or traction according to the article at the begining and then it does have traction control at the end of the article - oops. It does have traction control or not? ???
There's also ABS and traction control here, just to make sure your complete your mega journeys as safely as possible.
It's basically the same bike as has been available in the US since '12 with possible ECU upgrades and other minor changes. Looks like they're offering the black, white and green colors in various markets.The bikes shown are not for the US market unless the DOT has relaxed their requirement on the distance of the turn signals to the headlights that forced the turn signals to be located in the mirrors.Still a very good offering in the big bore, shaft drive, Adv Touring marketplace.
So that's what they are using the wind tunnel for these days - photo shoots ;-THahaha ,......seems the budget for new developments might be a little tight !! I did hear though that a possible new Lemans might be in the cards in the near future .
I'm still happy with my '09, takes me anywhere I want to go at any speed I can stand to go, and with any load I care to carry! Gets 40+ MPG overall, so at almost 200 miles before it runs dry. I've got 6500 miles on the current rear tire and 16,000 on the front, and just now considering maybe perhaps changing them.And with the custom seat, the most comfortable all day tourer and easiest-to-ride-on-crooked-roads bike I've ever had ....Lannis
another one of those nagging little questions I have.... What's the reasoning behind the Spoke wheels on the Adventure machines as well as why does the BMW laced wheels look so much different ( read exotic ) compared to the others up to and including the Stelvio?Your thoughts........... .Ciao
The only bike I've owned that I really miss is the 09 Stelvio. Sold it to get down to one bike in the garage. I'm thrilled with the C 1400, but I'd like to make room someday for another Stelvio. Dirt, rocks, snow, whatever...the Stelvio was just confidence inspiring. It's still a big bike and hurts when you fall over, but it is just a great Moto
Hey Lannis ........ so was wondering as far as the heavy weight adventure bikes are concerned, have you ever taken a BMW 1200 GS out or the big KTM for comparison.I have always wondered if those were really 5-6 K better than the Stelvio?Any one and all feel free to chime in....... I'm dying to know.Ciao
And the motor made a kind of a flat spitting sound that I didn't like.
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