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Old 04-14-2013, 01:32 AM   #25
jaumev
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Originally Posted by drisschoufa View Post
I agree the DRZ is lighter and in the sand the lighter the bike the easier it is to ride I am not a fun of BMW R1200GSA in the sand because every time I did I lost 10 pound per day riding the monster in the sandy areas. It takes away from the fun and it becomes work all the way and every mistake means you will have a chance of 640 pounds landing on top of you. Having said that the right tires and a steering damper make a huge difference in the sand especially with the big bikes.
Ií still having the DRZ and I just went to Morocco with a Super Tenere 1200. I enjoyed both trips a lot.
With the DRZ had fun in the sand and the dunes but is uncomfortable and boring in the long and flat tracks and specially in the roads.
The Super T allows me to do a longer trip, is really comfortable where the DRZ is not but horrible in sand.
Next year I want to go for myself, so I'm thinking in the Tenere 660 as an intermediate in both but I donít know how it works in sand, thatís why I asked.
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