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Old 08-05-2011, 03:20 PM   #81
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Originally Posted by Motoriley View Post
Interesting read. To sum it up BMW for off-road, Triumph for on-road with not too much difference between them. For me the slab is just a way to the trails so I guess I would still go F800 but I'm waiting for the new Husky! Rotax powered with a 100 hp and real suspension....hopefully. Of course it will be too tall for me and have a 150 km range. And I guess they could actually update the 800GS one day as well.
The husky is a supermoto not dualsport. Its the NUDA

http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/827/10...irst-Look.aspx

"An inverted Sachs fork improves on the F800Rís non-adjustable conventional sticks, one of our biggest complaints for that model. The rear shock the high-spec fully-adjustable treatment via Ohlins."
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